Tofield Electric has been in business in central Alberta for over 15 years (since 2005). We pride ourselves on the dependable work we do and the integrity in which we do it!
We know how much trust our customers place in us, so we are proud to provide:
We genuinely care about all of our projects because we care about all of our customers. You’ll see this in our attention to detail. From a small rewiring or GFCI job, to a new home or large barn job – from residential projects to large commercial projects - they all matter to us because we know how much they matter to you.
Tofield Electric has an impressive list of customers and extensive experience with small and large jobs alike. We are accessible to quickly communicate with our customers and are available for emergency services 24 hours a day! Located in a rural area, we know that sometimes you just have to fix a problem. When it's -40C and there's no heat at night, we need to get electricity working.
We are prepared to go the extra mile for you.
Rod Nachtigall is the proud owner of Tofield Electric, along with his wife Carmen.
Rod is a Certified Master Electrician who has worked in this industry for over 28 years! He has run jobs both small and large.
At the age of 21, he had his Journeyman Electrician license and went on to receive a city of Winnipeg Contractors License 5 years later (In Manitoba, electricians need 5 years experience to obtain a Contractors license, this is very similar to a Master Electrician designation in Alberta). After moving to Alberta, he received his Certified Master Electrician license and continues to take courses to maintain his certification and also to stay up to date on safety codes.
Rod is an excellent problem solver and enthusiastically takes on every challenge. He has extensive experience in troubleshooting motor controls and HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning) systems, among others.
Rod has also spent a few years living and working in northern Alberta. He learned some valuable lessons during that time:
1. Do the work right.
2. Be resourceful.
In a remote community, no one is there to save you if you run into trouble and you can’t be running for materials every day. You plan everything out and make do with the materials you have. This was valuable learning for Rod and allows him to be efficient and resourceful in his work to this day!
Tofield Electric has a qualified and committed team that work with Rod. He screens and hires the best and is proud of the work that each team member contributes.