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Electricians servicing Greenwith, Golden Grove, Modbury and more

Test House Electrical - Electrical Contractors Greenwith and surrounding suburbs, provides a complete electrical installation, repair and maintenance service in your local area using fully qualified and licensed trades professionals.
We have a strong commitment to service whilst providing a customer experience that is better than any you've had before. We service domestic, commercial and industrial customers. 
Our company if fully qualified and insured for your peace of mind.


 Adelaide and Northern Suburbs 

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What an Electrician Does

Electricians work with all of the electrical components of the house. Electrical services they provide include but by no means are limited to:

  1. Electrical rewiring: Your home may need to be rewired, either partially or fully, if electrical cicruits or power points need to be replaced. This is more common in old buildings and properties which were poorly wired during consutrction. Due to limited access, brick buildings tend to be costlier to rewire. 

  2. Electrical repairs: From time to time, the electrical outlets in your home will need to be repaired. a licensed electrician can assist with all electrical repairs including replacing power points and repairing wiring. 

  3. Safety switches: These protect you and your family from power surges, faulty appliances and damaged wiring (see electrical safety switches). The safety switch works by monitoring the flow of electricity through a circuit and trip when the electrical current escapes from the system. 

  4. Lighting: If you need lights installed or repaired in your home or commercial premises, a licensed electrician can help. Whether you have LED, track, fluorescene, neon, halogen or flood lights or would prefer downlights or garden lights, an electrician can help with installation and repair. See electrical lighting and electrical security lighting for more information about lighting options for your home.  

  5. Wiring a new home: If you are building a new home, you will need a construction electrician for wiring and installing all the electrical elements and outlets (see new home electricians and new electrical installations). Proper planning and consultation will ensure you have an electrical system that suits the layout and design of your new home. 

  6. Power points: Due to legislation, only electiricans can undertake power point repairs and replacement. They will be able to consult on the amount of power points you need and their placement in the home (see electrical power points

  7. Switchboards: These route electricity around a building and are designed to protect you from electrocution. Switchboards can also help to isolate faulty wiring and appliances. For more information see electrical switchboards.   

  8. Test and tag: This involves testing and labelling electrical equipment so that the electrician can identify and repair faulty items. Electrical test and tag equipment can also detect insulation deficiencies and earth leakages. 

  9. Renovations: If you are renovating your home or commercial premises, an electrician will need to be consulted to install or remove power points, sockets and lighting (see renovation electricians). They can also assist with routing new wiring and installing switchboards in the newly renovated rooms and additions. 

  10. Solar Power: Installing a solar power system can help improve the energy efficiency of your home and reduce your energy costs. Electricians who specialise in installing solar power units can advise on the most suitable option for your home (see electricians - solar power). 

  11. Back Up Generators: It can be a good idea to install a back up generator to provide a back-up source of electricity in your home. You should buy a back up generator depending on how often you will need it. Your electrician will be able to advise on a suitable generator to suit your needs. For more information see electricians - back up generators

  12. Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS): A UPS is a back-up system used to protect electrical equipment from surges and power failures. The system provides backup power to equipment such as modems, fax machines and computers. See electricians - Uninterruptable Power Supply for more information.