Thanks for helping out with the problem I had with the fan. You were prompt and efficient and I would not hesitate to recommend your services
Stephen - Pinelands
5 years ago
good rates, reliable and prompt response
Nicole - Rosebery
Security & access control systems
Emergency & exit lighting
Fire sprinkler & evacuation systems
Portable fire protection equipment
Overhaul & maintenance of sprinkler valves
Diesel & electric pumps
Flow & pressure testing of hydrant systems
Fire detection equipment
Gas suppression equipment
Fire services inspection & testing
Data comms structured cabling
Testing & tagging
Fire protection services
24/7 call out service
All electrical & fire solutions
Air conditioner installation
Contractor accreditation: 15392
Electrical contractor’s licence: C2753
Electrical workers licence: A6905
Work Health Authority licence: 57893
Accrete Certified: MNMG237A
TITAB Cabler registered (open): T27144
About Electrical & Fire Services
Electrical & Fire Services is a trusted safety service provider in Darwin and the Northern Territory.
Our staff will advise you on the best electrical safety equipment and fire protection systems for your home or workplace. We carry the latest technology in fire protection, including Co2 extinguishers, foam extinguishers and ABE Dry-Powder extinguishers. As well as hose reels and fire blankets that meet or exceed Australian Standard requirements.
EFS management and staff has over 25 years experience in the electrical and fire protection industry and specialise in large construction projects. As well as all aspects of system design, consulting, fault finding and commissioning.
Our Darwin Electricians are on call 24 hours in case of emergencies.
We provide electrical installations, repairs and renovations, as well as air-conditioning & solar panel installations. Maintenance, inspection and tagging services will give you peace of mind that your fire protection equipment is operating efficiently.
Call Electrical & Fire Services today for solutions to your electrical or fire service worries today.