Frequently Asked Questions

Read through some of our most frequently asked questions, along with the answers we have included for your information. If you have any further questions or would like to arrange a consultation or quote, please get in touch.
What are the advantages of underground wiring?
Although underground wiring may be more costly to install, there are several main advantages. Maintenance costs are lower, there are less transmission losses and less impact from extreme weather conditions. Underground power has a lower magnetic field, can absorb emergency power loads and because the wiring isn’t visible, it doesn’t affect the look of the landscape.
Can I do electrical installations myself?
In Australia, it is illegal to carry out your own electrical installations and there are strict penalties for doing so, varying from state to state. Doing your own electrical work is also dangerous, incorrectly wiring a property can result in electrocution or fire. If damage to people or property occurs due to faulty DIY wiring, your insurance will also be void.
What does level 2 ASP Electrician mean?
ASP stands for Authorised Service Providers. A level 2 ASP has a higher qualification than a general electrician, with accreditation for working on complex units and systems, electrical mains and street poles, underground wiring, switch boards and upgrades.
How important is electrical maintenance?
Routine electrical maintenance is essential to keeping electrical systems functioning safely, ensuring potentially hazardous conditions do not develop at your home, business or industrial premises.
How do I know if an electrical outlet is not safe?
If your electrical outlet feels hot to touch, emits a burning smell, you feel a tingle when you plug something into the socket or fuses constantly need to be replaced, the outlet is not safe. If any of these issues are present, the best thing to do is call a licensed electrician.