Can you tell me how much my job will cost?
We pride ourselves in providing upfront, no hidden costs quotes. To accurately quote a job we need to diagnose the problem in person, this allows us to give you an exact price for a job before any work has begun.
I think I have a blackout, who do I call?
The first step is to check to see if your neighbours and surrounding dwellings have power. If they also do not have power there is probably a power outage for your area. If this is the case you can visit the Ausgrid website and contact them for details.
If your home is the only house without power you can check the meter box to see if any of your circuit breakers or main switch have turned off. Turn these to the on position. If this does not work or they will not stay at the on position it may be necessary to contact an electrician.
My oven is not working after a blackout, is it broken?
If you have experienced a blackout or your safety switch has been tripped it may have effected your ovens function. This can usually be fixed by simply resetting the oven. To find the reset button check the manual or contact the manufacturer. If this does not work you may need an electrician.
My circuit breaker keeps tripping, what do I do?
This can be caused by a variety of reasons but the leading cause is faulty appliances. Try to find out which appliance is causing the issue and replace it. If this does not work you may need an electrician as you may have a wiring fault or old circuit breakers that need replacing.
Why do my lightglobes keep blowing?
This can be caused by a host of problems such as poor wiring, faulty light switches or power points. You may need an electrician to find the fault and replace the faulty components.
I have a brown out, what do I do?
This is caused by a drop in voltage in the energy supply system. Again check to see if your neighbours are experiencing the same issue. You can check with Ausgrid to see if this is intentional for your area. If this issue is only with your property you may need an electrician to find if there are any faults.
An appliance keeps tripping the safety switch, what do I do?
This can be one of the most common issues with tripping a circuit breaker. You can test each individual appliance to see if you have a faulty appliance. You can also get an electrician to run another circuit to reduce the load and the risk of tripping the circuit.