Residential Process

Our process has been honed over many years and has become integral to the success of the projects we work on and the customer relationships we develop.

Underlying each step is an adherence to forthright communications, respect, and a commitment to the integrity of the project.It is important to note the following:

  • We supply a temporary power panel if required.
  • We assist in helping set up permits and energization of the temporary power
  • Usually the electrical service goes in once the foundation is installed.
  • We work with the builder again to have the permanent power energized.

Endure Electric residential process


  1. Contractor submits drawings for review and proposal development.
  2. If the drawings do not include electrical, we recommend electrical devices and lighting.
  3. Additional communications may take place to address project requirements, scope and expectations.
  4. Initial meeting to discuss project requirements, scope and expectations.

System Design

  1. Develop, submit and approve detailed proposal.
  2. further communication back and forth regarding changes / additions / budget.
  3. When proposal has been accepted, time lines are determined.
  4. Apply for necessary permits.
  5. Product selection and procurement.
  6. We submit to the builder and/or homeowner a Rough-in Check List for specific equipment and appliance specs to double check that we have allowed for the correct items.


  1. Mark out the electrical, once framing is completed, and while other trades before us are working on their rough-ins.
  2. Identify any changes required, update pricing.

Pre-insulation / Rough-in

  1. Install electrical wiring.
  2. Install pre-wiring for all systems.
  3. Install temporary lighting and power for temporary heat if necessary.

Post-wall construction

  1. Take-off of the devices that have been roughed in.
  2. Any changes at this stage will require update pricing.
  3. Installation of electronic components, devices and fixtures.


  1. Conduct system testing.
  2. Receive project inspections and approvals.
  3. Initiate warranty procedures.
  4. Final site meeting, provide equipment tutorials and panel schedules.


  1. Assess project success: analyse project plan against actual results (time, budget, issues management…)
  2. Continuous improvement: apply key learnings to staff training and future projects.

Learn more about each of our specific processes below:
Commercial Process
Automation Process
Restoration Process