Category Archives: Electrical

Gordon power station

A small sample of pictures that I took on a recent work trip to Gordon Power station in Tasmania. I went up there to work on fixing some lighting systems but ended up inside Generator 2 to work on the … Continue reading

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Dodgy electrical and data work

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If it looks bad, it more than likely is dangerous. Here are some examples of work that we have had to rectify recently.

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USB charger power points!!!

These are so awesome. I don’t know about you but we have chargers all over the house taking up valuable power point space. These new power points have 2 x USB 5V chargers built in, thus giving you back your … Continue reading

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What should an Electrician perform ?

While electrical problems are often inconvenient, almost all electrical problems require a qualified electrical contractor to solve them in a safe and reliable way. For your own safety, do not try to do any of the following yourself: Repair any … Continue reading

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Electrical services

Drumroll……… We are pleased to announce that we are now fully licensed as Electrical Contractors in Tasmania. Our license number is 1283845. We have two fully licensed Electricians available for all types of work. See a list of our services … Continue reading

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LED downlights are in stock!

Sales of the LED downlights are increasing due to the tremendous power savings that you can achieve, and we have ordered 3 more shipments. 9W CREE MR16 warm white globes are on route to us now, price is $9.90 each. 12W … Continue reading

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Energy costs are rising, save money here!

Being an Electrician has it’s bonuses sometimes…like reading the dreaded power bill when it comes in the mail. Understanding what a kilowatt (1000 watts) of energy is, and that you will pay about $0.25 per kilowatt per hour (Kwh), we … Continue reading

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