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Products

  • Solar Power Systems

  • Suntech Solar Panels

  • Fronius Solar Panels

  • Solar Inverters

  • TV Outlet

  • Data Outlet

  • Power Points

  • USB Power Points

  • Feature Lights

  • Heat Fan Lights

  • LED Dowlight

  • LED Datten Lights

  • Ceiling Fans

  • Ceiling Fan Remotes

  • PV Solar Systems

  • Smoke Alarms

Services

  • Air Conditioning

  • Thermal Imaging & Reporting

  • Lighting Solutions

  • Power Outlet Installations

  • Ceiling Fan Installations

  • Safety Switch Upgrades

  • Electrical Repairs

  • Solar Power System Installations

  • EV Charger Installations

  • Commercial Electrical Works

  • Industrial Electrical Works

  • Domestic Electrical Works

  • LED Lighting

  • Electrical Test & Tag

  • Smoke Alarm Installations

  • Emergency Electrical Works

  • Hot Water System Repairs

  • Hot Water System Maintenance

  • Solar Hot Water System Repairs

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Location

Bundaberg East QLD

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Licences

  • Electrical Safety ACT : 2002

  • AS / NZS 4801:2001

  • ISO : 18001

Frequently Asked Questions

How does a safety switch save lives?

Safety switches monitor the flow of electricity through a circuit. They automatically shut off the electricity supply when current is detected leaking from faulty switches, wiring or electrical appliances. This stops the chance of current flowing to earth, through a person and electrocuting them.

Are smoke alarms compulsory in all homes?

From 1 January 2022, Dwellings being sold, leased or an existing leaserenewed must have interconnected photoelectric smoke alarms in every bedroom, in hallways, and on every levelFurthermore, these requirements will become mandatory for ALL dwellings in Queensland by 1st January 2027.

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