Frequently Asked Questions

Learn answers to common electrical questions related to the industry and our service in Sydney. If you have any questions not answered please contact our team.

Q: What is an electrical contractor?

An electrical contractor is an expert or a company that does construction work related to the installation, design, and maintenance of electrical systems.

Q: What qualifications do you have?

In NSW, an electrical contractor needs to have an electrical license, which we have.

  • We also have a Qualified Supervisor Certificate, which allows us to supervise and carry out various electrical tasks.
  • We also have a Certificate of Compliance.
  • As per NSW regulations, we also have a company/partnership license.
  • Contractors are also required to have certifications in Electrotechnology and other related courses, at least a year of experience, and our professionals have these certifications.

These government sites show the qualifications for undertaking electrical work



Q: Do I need a qualified electrician?

Yes, you definitely need a qualified electrician. Letting anybody fix your electrical problems can bring about serious legal problems, especially is serious problems arise. In fact, it is illegal to work as an electrician without a license.

Q: Do you have insurance?

Yes, we have insurance, which is a legal requirement. This means that any contingent problems that may come about as a result of our work will be covered by this insurance, and not you as would be the case with an uninsured provider.

Q: I need a new data point, can you help?

Yes, we can certainly help. We offer plenty of specialist services including network and data cabling. So, helping you with a new data point is something we can assist you with.

Q: Can you fix broken lights?

Yes, we can fix broken lights. No electrical issue is too small for us, and we also understand that fixing lights can pose some risks that only a properly trained person can understand.

Q: What is the cause of electric shocks?

A person gets electric shocks when electric current is passing through the body. The simple reason for this is being in contact with a uninsulated conductor of electric current. Generally, when unexpected shocks occur, for instance, when making regular use of an electrical gadget, it indicates the presence of electric faults which can be fixed by an electrical contractor.

Q: What is the average cost of an electrician?

The truth is, the cost of an electrician will vary depending on who you hire, and the reason you have hired them. For instance, fixing a broken light will not cost the same as say, conducting complex electrical installations. On average, electricians who handle call outs cost an average of $75 in the country. Luckily, the average for NSW is the lowest at $68.

However, if the cost of the electrician is a big concern for you, you can always ask for a free, no-obligation price quote on the work you need done using our Request A Quote form on our site. We assure you that our prices are very friendly.

Q: What areas do you service?

We service these Sydney locations: Eastern Suburbs, North Shore, South West, Inner West, Greater West, Northern Beaches, Sutherland Shire, Hills District, Northern Suburbs, Sydney City, South Sydney, and Western Suburbs.

Q: What are your operating hours?

We open everyday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Q: Do you do emergency call outs?

Yes, we handle emergency call outs. In fact, were available for emergency electrical problems round the clock. So, do not hesitate to get in touch with us, 24/7, in case of an electrical emergency.