Frequently Asked Questions

I have an old fuse type switchboard, is it worth while upgrading?

The switchboard upgrade will ensure the safety of your family as all circuits will be protected from both over current and residual earth leakage which is far superior to the out dated 1960s fuse type protection, please call for further information and one of our team will be more than happy to explain further.

I have heard halogen downlights are a fire risk, is there a safer alternative?

Correct, halogen downlights are not uncommon to provide a staggering 280 degree heat during operation! So as you could imagine it is safest to leave this form of lighting out of your ceiling. A great alternative is to install LED downlights which are very affordable and so much safer for your family. Youll be suprised at just how much power you will save with this greener lighting option.

Why do i need an electrician?

There is a long list of reasons why you should use a licensed electrician but just to name a few… It is a Victorian law, you may void any home insurance you have, it is a far safer option for your family and the quality of the work is far superior to any home handyman.

What factors do i need to consider when choosing a ceiling fan?

A few factors to consider when choosing a ceiling fan are:

  • Where it is to be installed
  • The size of the room
  • Is there need for a fan which includes a light
  • The room decor
  • Blade performance needed
  • The location of your house
  • Is a remote control fan needed.

What is test and tag?

Test and Tag is a system where our electricians will test all the electrical equipment in a workplace for faults ensuring it is safe to be used by employees. The electrician will then attach a tag to the piece of equipment stating the date it was tested and when the next test is due.

What areas do you service?

We service all of geelong and the bellerine Peninsula, we also complete jobs along the surfcoast and all throughout melbourne

Do you perform after hours work?

Yes we have our phones available at all times for any electrical problems you may have

What causes electric shocks?

Faulty appliances, wrong repair and even naked wires can cause shocks. If you are worried about your power points, call us to inspect your home to prevent any problems.