Electric appliances need power to run, and that’s what this video from an electric appliance shop on YouTube will teach you.
The shop, called “Energizer” in the video, is based in Ontario.
But its owner, Rob Hickey, says it’s a “really small shop” with a focus on home heating and cooling.
He’s also the owner of two other shops, which you can watch for yourself at the bottom of this article.
He also owns a home-based electrical appliance business, which also offers the video.
Rob Hicker’s electric appliances company, Electro-Tech, sells an array of electric-device charging stations.
Rob, left, with two of his electric appliances.
He says the cost of the batteries in his shop is a little less than $2 a month.
His company’s products are made by an independent company, but Rob says he’ll also sell the electricity to the province.
He doesn’t have a monopoly on the industry, he says.
Electricity is “a little bit more expensive” than it used to be, he adds.
The electric-equipment business was a big business in Ontario in the 1970s, but that has all changed.
The province recently imposed a $20-a-month tax on most electric appliances that exceed a certain size, and it also banned a handful of companies from selling to customers in Ontario because of the tax.
The new tax will hit the electric-coach business harder than other businesses because the tax will be on top of the annual cost of gas.
Hickey says the company’s sales volume has grown from about $50,000 in the 1980s to more than $700,000 today.
But there are still about 20 to 30 of those electric-bike and electric-power-storage-storage stores on the market in Ontario, he estimates.
“We sell to the big-box stores.
They’re all out of business.
We’re trying to stay here,” he says, referring to the small-box store chains that have gone out of existence.
He points out that most of his business is in the GTA, and he doesn’t feel threatened by the new tax.
He estimates the tax would hit him about $150,000 annually, and if he didn’t have another job, he would have to shut down his business.
But he says he’s willing to cut his losses and work on getting a new business started again.