Novocastrian Electrical can provide a detailed report after an inspection of your existing electrical wiring and switchboard.
The report will include an itemised quotation of the work required to ensure the wiring is safe, working correctly and your switchboard complies with the latest requirements
Novocastrian Electrical can offer an install only service for lights supplied by the customer or we can supply and install required light fittings.
These could include LED options for energy savings and reliability.
Prior to purchasing your first home or an investment property the cost of a pre-purchase electrical inspection may save you money further down the track.
Our qualified/licenced tradesmen can visit and conduct an inspection which includes testing all the electrical circuits as well the equipment installed on the switchboard.
From this site visit a written report is generated along with budget costs for any repairs highlighted. After repairs are completed a Certificate of Compliance will be issued to the home owner.
Novocastrian Electrical will provide an obligation free quote for any new electrical installations work you may be planning. This may include:
All the paperwork require to be submitted to your energy provider will be handle by our experienced supervisor to allow the works to proceed in line with our client's timeline.
Novocastrian Electrical employs a mobile service team that can provide timely repairs to electrical equipment installed at private homes. Our works management system allows our closest tradesman to be despatched to your location if your call is of an urgent nature.
All new homes are required to have hard wired 240 volt smoked detectors installed throughout the property. The number and locations of the detectors is governed by the size of the residence.
Novocastrian Electrical can provide an obligation free quote for the installation of hard wired smoke detectors in existing homes.
Once installed the smoke detectors will require regular testing to ensure operation will occur if and when they are called upon during a fire event. Novocastrian Electrical have the experienced tradesman to undertake this testing which will be followed up with written report listed results
All new homes are required to have hard wired RCD’s (Residual Current Devices) installed through out the property for both lighting and power circuits. The number and locations of the RCDs is governed by the size of the residence.
Novocastrian Electrical can provide an obligation free quote for the installation of hard wired RCD’s to existing homes after testing of the circuits installed to ensure no faults are present.
These devices provide the homeowner with the confidence that equipment running off of the electrical supply is safe to use and will be identified if faulty.
If you are planning renovations or a new extension, Novocastrian Electrical can provide advice on power and lighting options to the home owner. Our supervisor will visit your home and provide an obligation free quote for the planned works.
Our licenced team will work with the home owner and other building trades to produce the best outcome.
Do you require additional light or power circuits installed at your family home or investment property?
Are your current electrical switchboards compliant to the latest standards?
Our experienced supervisors can advise on your options and also provide detailed quotes for any new circuits or switchboard updates required at your family home or investment property.
Looking to reduce your energy costs?
Our experienced supervisors can advise on your options and also provide detailed quotes for:
Many thanks for so promptly sorting the new aircon units in the member’s – they were a god-send on Saturday when we were touching 41 degrees.
I not long looked at the works at Gloucester Public School as part of the invoicing process.
Just wanted to pass on the appreciation of neat and thorough work that is visible with the photos on MyFlo.
You can obviously see care and effort within the works and it shows with the only things I have made comment on are the linking of the Decals within the boards on Myflo, and a few little photo updates on the Cons Mains Report.
Can you please pass on my gratitude to the guys who carried out the works.
It's always great to receive great recognition!
''On behalf of HVTC staff and the board of directors, I am writing to congratulate you on becoming a finalist for the Small Host Employer of the Year at the prestigious 2016 Group Training Association NSW & ACT Awards.
Becoming a finalist is an outstanding achievement and a testament to the quality of supervision and training that Novocastrian Electrical provides to its apprentices.
On behalf of all at HVTC, I'd like to acknowledge your continued support for the training and development of apprentices throughout the Hunter Region.
We are proud to have partnered with Novocastrian Electrical to create a skilled workforce and look forward to continued success in the future.''
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