FAQ

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Our qualified and experienced electrician is happy to share their knowledge with you. Read on below to find the answers to some commonly asked questions. If you cannot find your answer here do not hesitate to contact us directly on 0487339425.

We operate throughout the Perth Metropolitan area. From the Western suburbs to Perth City and its Northern surrounds, along the freeway to the Southern suburbs – we provide electrical services to all residential and commercial customers.

We are fully licensed and our Electrical Contractor License is EC11188. We are authorised to issue you with an Electrical Safety Certificate upon completion of work and our electrician also has an Electrical Workers License.

We are available 24×6 from Monday to Saturday as we don’t work on Sunday. Call us and we can arrange a time for us to complete your work at your availability.

We will email you an invoice upon the completion of the work and we accept on site cash payment or bank transfer.

You can contact us for any of your enquiries or electrical needs on 0487339425 or email us at [email protected]

We can give you a charge based on the type of work and the material and products required. We will inform you of the cost before we start our work as the cost varies on each work but we will make sure you are charged fairly and competitively.

We do install EV chargers and can assess your existing electrical infrastructure and advise you on the available capacity, and the most economical means of achieving your desired result. Give us a call if you want to discuss an installation at your residential or commercial property.

This could be due to a faulty appliance. To find the problem, unplug all your electrical appliances (fridge, air conditioners, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer) and reset the breaker. Then, plug the appliances back in and switch them on one at a time until you can identify the problem. If you can’t reset the breaker, call us on 0487339425.

In most cases all you have to do is replace the battery (usually a 9V battery). The alarm should clip into a bracket which is secured into the ceiling. You should be able to identify the batteries location and replace it. It is wise to isolate the power beforehand and if you need any help, give us a call.

It is highly recommended to use a licensed electrician for any electrical services as you may risk damaging yourself and your home if you do any electrical work on your own.

  • Change all your light fittings to LED
  • Regularly clean dirt and dust from heaters, fans, A/Cs etc. as this will improve efficiency
  • Turn off unused appliances from the wall socket
  • Set up lights on timers and sensors
  • Set up smart home automation
  • Regularly have appliances and wiring checked by an electrician