Phone: (02) 8880 9196 | 29 Prince Street, Cronulla, NSW
As the local domestic and commercial electrician in Cronulla, Sydney, you can expect nothing but the most excellent electrician services and products.
As the local domestic and commercial electrician in Cronulla, Sydney, you can expect nothing but the most excellent electrician services and products. Whether you need lights installed for your home or you need a complete re-wiring service for your office, Reliable Electrician Cronulla are qualified and experienced for all types of electrical jobs.
They are available 24/7, which means they won't inconvenience your business operations. For top quality, environmentally friendly products, call the team at Reliable Electrician Cronulla today.
Phone: 0433 858 503 | 25 Marion St, Gymea, NSW
We are a residential and commercial electrical company. We do all types of work from 24/7 emergency call outs, maintenance, real estate and strata property management, new builds, shop and office fit outs, insurance and air conditioning
We are a residential and commercial electrical company.
We do all types of work from 24/7 emergency call outs, maintenance, real estate and strata property management, new builds, shop and office fit outs, insurance and air conditioning
Phone: 0431 270 236 | 14 Budyan Rd, Grays Point, NSW
Founded in 2016, Next Level Electrical Services are contractors providing high quality electrical, data and home automation services through out Sydney. Next Level Electrical Services service both residential and commercial clients.Grays Point ElectriciansElectrician Grays Point Electrical Contractors Grays Point Electrical Services Grays Point
Electricians can wire up and install electrical appliances for your house. They can install a new circuit board and wire your house to make it compliant with current electrical regulations. They can also install a RCD to make your house safer.
Yes, if you hire an electrician you should make sure that they are licensed and that it is current.
RCD stands for residual-current device. This is a device that is located inside your circuit board box and cuts the power to a circuit if it detects current leaking out of the circuit when it is not meant to be, this could be due to an electrical fault. If current is detected leaking it will trip the circuit out to prevent someone getting injured. RCDs have been required on all power circuits in Australia since 1991.
A circuit breaker is a device that trips if the level of current that the circuit breaker is designed for is exceeded. This could occur if you plug to many devices into the one circuit, circuit breakers can be reset by flipping the circuit breaker back on.
Yes, it is always advised to get a quote on how much a given set of work you would like done is going to cost you. A good electrician should be able to quote you for the work you want done and itemise what the work involves.