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When the lights go out, it can really disrupt your life. If you are worried about the electrical systems in your home, you have come to the right place. This blog is designed to be a handy resource which will help you to understand how the electrical system in your home work, some of the common issues which can affect it, and the ways in which an electrical contractor can help you to get things up and running again. While we don't make any claim to be professionals, we have done lots and lots of research. We hope you enjoy reading this blog.

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What You Need To Consider For Home Power Installations
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When building a new home, there are a lot of consi

Things You Should Do to Prevent Electrical Fires in Your Home
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Overhead vs. Underground Power Transmission: Why the Latter Is a Worthwhile Option
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Both residential and commercial setups across Aust

Key Benefits of Shifting to Electric Mining Equipment
25 June 2020

Mine operations don't lose any functionality by sh

Signs That You Need to Call an Electrical Contractor
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Attempting to fix even seemingly minor electrical

What You Need To Consider For Home Power Installations

When building a new home, there are a lot of considerations, including council approvals, architect designs, plumbing, and electricity. Electricity is one of the most complex aspects of construction, so it requires careful thought. Here are some of the things you need to consider for power installations. Power Points When creating a design for your new home, it is essential to plan for the power points, or power outlets. It's important to have a lot of power points in the house for extra appliances such as tablets, computers, and phones. Read More 

Things You Should Do to Prevent Electrical Fires in Your Home

An electrical system is one of the fundamental systems you can install in your home. It provides lighting and makes it easy to power different kinds of appliances you need in the house. Usually, the wiring runs from one room to the other to ensure you have electricity everywhere. However, some risks that are involved if electrical repairs or maintenance aren't done regularly. One of the primary risks you may face is electrical fires. Read More 

Overhead vs. Underground Power Transmission: Why the Latter Is a Worthwhile Option

Both residential and commercial setups across Australia use either overhead or underground power transmission lines. But there are good reasons why underground transmission is gaining popularity. It's cost-effective, reliable, safe and aesthetically pleasing.  There are multiple advantages of choosing this out-of-sight power transmission system compared to overhead types, including the following. Simple Siting and Cost-Effective Indeed, siting power transmission projects is highly challenging in metropolitan or urban-based locales. The overhead transmission will mean acquiring land to erect support structures such as poles, towers or overhead conductors. Read More 

Key Benefits of Shifting to Electric Mining Equipment

Mine operations don't lose any functionality by shifting from fuel to electric- or battery-powered operations. On the contrary, it is a positive shift that takes your business to a healthier and more sustainable future. Battery electric equipment allows your mine to unlock a trifecta of benefits, including reduced greenhouse emissions, decreased costs of operations and increased health and safety. Here is a breakdown of the benefits arising from shifting to battery-electric mining equipment. Read More 

Signs That You Need to Call an Electrical Contractor

Attempting to fix even seemingly minor electrical problems can pose the risk of devastating fires or even electrocution. If you notice a problem with your home's electrical system, you need to take it seriously. Don't let electrical issues risk danger to your home and your family. Call an electrical contractor as soon as you see any of these problems.  Flickering Lights Flickering or dimming lights are more than just a minor inconvenience. Read More