North Queensland Electrical & Instrumentation
Rolly’s Electrical
47 Leyland St, Garbutt QLD 4814, Australia
SBR Electrical & Refrigeration
23 Mexican St, Queenton QLD 4820, Australia
Watson Electrical Pty Ltd
Glenn Reeves Electrical

Charters Towers electricians can help you take care of the wiring of a new home and rewiring a pre-existing home or businesses, irrigation system installations, general electrical maintenance and repairs, lighting installations, switchboard upgrades, change over switches for fan as well as lights, safety switch and smoke alarm installations.

When hiring an electrician in Charters Towers, you should consider the following:

How many years has the electrician been operating?
What is the estimated total cost?
Inquire about work guarantees.
Ensure the electrician Is licensed, bonded, and insured.
Check online reviews or ask the electrician for references.

Electrical services aren’t just for your convenience, they’re also for your safety. High quality electrical work can keep your home and loved ones safe, prevent serious accidents, and provide you with genuine peace of mind.

The electrical system in any home or office is important and needs to be maintained. One of the most important parts of the electrical system is the switchboard. The switchboard controls the flow of electricity to different parts of the building. If the switchboard is not working properly, it can cause problems with the electricity in the building. That is why it is important to have a qualified electrician upgrade the switchboard when it is time to do so.

Smoke alarms play an important role in keeping homes and families safe. Having working smoke alarms in the home can be the difference between life and death in the event of a fire. However, many people do not know how to properly inspect and install smoke alarms. This can lead to false alarms or even no alarm at all in the event of a fire. A professional electrician can help ensure that your smoke alarm is properly installed and working correctly.

Smoke alarms should be installed in every bedroom, outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home, including the basement. For the best protection, smoke alarms should be interconnected so that when one sounds they all sound.