DanCan Electric Ltd. is involved in all aspects of electrical contracting, including new installations, repairs and maintenance.
Our Corporate Profile
DanCan Electric. Ltd. was founded in 1980. We are a full-service electrical contracting firm covering all aspects of electrical services. These include new construction and renovations, interior and exterior lighting, trouble- shooting and repairs, fire alarm systems, electric heating and preventative maintenance. Our client base is a mixture of commercial, industrial and residential. We offer 24 hour emergency service for all of our established clients.
Owner Leif Janichen holds the Master Licence for the company and has been in the electrical trade for over 40 years.
The staff and management of DanCan Electric Ltd. take very seriously the trust our clients place with us. DanCan Electric Ltd. prides itself on having long-term employees. Our employees are professional, dedicated and qualified and the company’s commitment to its employees is in turn reciprocated by their commitment to the company.
DanCan Electric Ltd. is also proud of it’s involvement in the community and organizations within our community. As part of our commitment to the highest level of service, we value the advice and experience of our peers.
With more than 30 years in business, we have learned that integrity and respect not only for our clients but for our staff and suppliers is key to our continued success.
Well known across Ottawa for our professionalism and attention to detail, DanCan Electric Ltd. is your right connection to dependable service.
Some of our clients include:
- Office Buildings
- Property Managers
- High Tech Industry
- City of Ottawa
- Residential High-rise
- Nav Canada
The Ten Commandments of Customer Service
- Our customers are our most valuable asset. They are the most important people in our business.
- Our customers are not dependant on us; we are dependant upon them. They do not owe us any favours.
- Our customers are the purpose or our work. Without them, we would not have jobs.
- Our customers are not just names and numbers in our books; they are real people who have as much right to be satisfied we do.
- Our customers are not intruders; they are a necessary part of our business.
- Our customers do us a favour when they do business with us. We owe it to them to see that they are completely satisfied.
- Our customers are free to take their business whereever they wish.
- Our profits and our jobs depend not only on getting new customers, but on keeping all our current customers satisfied with everything we do on their behalf.
- Our satisfied customers are ambassadors of good will for our company.
- Satisfied customers are the life of our business, and every business in this country.
Through our many years in the industry, we have formed ties in the community. These are some organizations we are proud to participate in.
Founded in 1889, the Ottawa Construction Association today is one of the largest regional construction associations in Canada and the voice of Ottawa’s non-residential construction industry. Combined, our membership of over 1,000 firms builds more than 90 per cent of the Ottawa region’s $3-billion commercial, industrial and institutional market.
We are an effective voice for our members before all levels of government, promoting suitable and desirable legislation affecting the construction industry. We work to maintain and promote industry best practices that, if followed, promote business decisions and relationships that respect the principles of fairness, ethics and teamwork and service to minimize costly misunderstandings, disputes and delays in the construction industry. More…
The role of the Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) is to enhance public electrical safety in Ontario.
We are responsible for administering specific regulations related to the Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC), licencing Electrical Contractors and Master Electricians, electricity distribution system safety, and electrical products safety. ESA also works extensively with stakeholders throughout the province to educate, train, promote, and foster electrical safety.
Our work is led by a five-year strategy that defines areas of priority focus and corporate competencies required to respond most effectively to our mandate.
ESA is a financially self-sustaining, not-for-profit corporation that operates as an Administrative Authority under the Electricity Act, 1998, and has an Administrative Agreement with the Ministry of Consumer Services. More…
The Electrical Contractors Association of Ontario was founded in 1948 to serve and represent the interests of the electrical contracting industry. Over its history, ECAO has been committed to addressing the needs of the industry by providing a variety of services directly to the membership, and by making representations on behalf of the entire industry to government and industry colleagues. Its success has been due to the support and active participation of the industry.
The ECAO membership consists of bona fide electrical contractors with a contractual relationship with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). Contractors that qualify may have their dues paid through an area Electrical Contractors Association (ECA). There are presently 13 Area ECA’s which are affiliated with ECAO. Contractors that do not qualify for area ECA membership may be members on an individual basis directly with ECAO. More…
Our objectives are:
- To represent the interests of electrical contractors to the various levels of government.
- To promote approved standard tendering and contractual practices and procedures.
- To expand the construction market.
- To provide information which will keep members up-to-date on industry and business trends.
- To develop, promote and administer education and training programmes, which will advance the skills of the industry’s tradesmen and management.
- To promote the licensing of qualified electrical contractors.
The Canadian Condominium Institute leads the National condominium industry by providing education, information, awareness and access to expertise by and for our members.
Coast to Coast…we are your condo connection!
The mission of the “Canadian Condominium Institute (“CCI”) a non-profit corporation, is to promote the interests of groups involved in condominiums across Canada including unit Owners, boards of directors, managers, governmental authorities, lenders and others. More…
BBB’s mission is to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust. BBB accomplishes this mission by:
- Creating a community of trustworthy businesses
- Setting standards for marketplace trust
- Encouraging and supporting best practices
- Celebrating marketplace role models, and;
- Denouncing substandard marketplace behaviour
BBB sees trust as a function of two primary factors – integrity and performance. Integrity includes respect, ethics and intent. Performance speaks to a business’ track record of delivering results in accordance with BBB standards and/or addressing customer concerns in a timely, satisfactory manner.
BBB ensures that high standards for trust are set and maintained. We exist so consumers and businesses alike have an unbiased source to guide them on matters of trust. We provide educational information and expert advice that is free of charge and easily accessible. More…
BOMA Ottawa, as the voice of the commercial real estate industry in the National Capital area, is the recognized advocate of building owners and managers in supporting their goals as professional and socially responsible businesses, so as to increase the economic benefit to its members, their employees and clients, and the broader community. More…
“OXA” is comprised of a variety of national, regional and privately owned businesses each represented by a senior executive. It is an organization of leading businesses and professional practices. The Association exists solely for benefit of its members through the exchange of direct business, leads, referrals, and business information. OXA is a founding member of the International Executives’ Association, with more than eighty similar associations located in North America, Great Britain, South Africa and Australia. More…