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Install and replace

Maintain and repair

  • lights, switches and dimmers

  • ceiling fans

  • power points

  • exhaust fans

  • solar systems and individual solar panels

  • tastics (bathroom 3-in-1 light, heat and fan)

  • television, phone and internet outlets

  • cabling for renovations and new builds

  • ovens, cooktops and other kitchen appliances

  • smoke alarms

  • outdoor and sensor lighting

  • exit and emergency lighting

  • hot water systems

  • light fittings

  • outdoor and sensor lighting

  • switchboard upgrades

  • finding and repairing circuit faults

  • ovens and cooktops

  • testing and tagging appliances

  • smoke alarm testing

  • exit and emergency lighting

  • exhaust fans

  • tastics (bathroom 3-in-1 light, heat and fan)


Project types

  • Nelligen, Long Beach and Surfside

  • All Batemans Bay and surrounds

  • Malua Bay, Rosedale, Guerilla Bay

  • Mogo, Tomakin, Broulee, Mossy Point

  • Moruya, Moruya Heads and Bingi

  • new homes

  • renovations and extensions

  • artworks and installations

  • garages, sheds and man caves

  • office and shopfront fit-outs and refurbs

  • public infrastructure

  • community buildings

  • $20 million public liability insurance

Safety at home

Here are some quick things you can do to keep yourself, your family, and your home safe.


  • If you’re planning on digging on your property, contact Before you Dig to avoid hitting underground cables or pipes:

  • Store ladders, boat masts and poles clear of overhead wires. Keep tall plants and trees trimmed away from power lines, too.

  • Make sure you know where your switchboard is. Label the switches, circuit breakers and fuses so you can easily tell what’s what. Keep access to your switchboard clear. It'll help in an emergency.

Inside the house

  • If you have kids, get some childproof power point covers. They pop right into empty sockets and keep them covered so children can’t push anything into it.

  • Take action on frayed cords or broken plugs. If you have damaged appliances, get them repaired or replace them.

  • Avoid running extension cords across doorways or carpets. If your power points aren't close enough to where you need them, call me to come and install some extra points.

  • Use surge protectors to help prevent damage to your appliances during power surges and storms.

Smoke alarms

Smoke alarms save lives.
To keep yours in working order:

  • get a licensed electrician to replace the alarm every 10 years, or by the alarm's 'replace by' date.

  • test your alarm every month by pressing the 'test' button on the alarm.

  • replace the batteries every 12 months.
    The NSW Rural Fire Service recommends using daylight savings as a reminder:
    when you change your clocks, change the batteries in your smoke alarm.

Hire a professional

Don't do your own electrical work.
It's just not worth the risk.

There are plenty of DIY projects and repairs that are safe to do around the house, but electrical jobs are not one of them.

It's illegal, will probably void your insurance, and is not worth risking your life or that of a loved one.

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