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Electricians In Wellington: Who, What And Where To Find Them

Our beautiful capital city is getting more and more lively every year. The arts scene is jumping and we’re lucky to have some fantastic places to dine like the Boat Café and the Spruce Goose. The windiest city in the world gets its fair share of building wear and tear over the years too. Earthquakes and tremors can even dislodge old systems that previously worked perfectly.

If you’re looking to find yourself an electrician from Aro Valley to Wadestown then check out this guide to finding yourself a sparkie to get your job done.

Electricians know:

  • How to fix old wiring
  • How to install new wiring
  • How to install electrical systems
  • How to do electrical repairs
  • How to upgrade old electrical systems
  • How to rewire underground power
  • How to install a light switch
  • What to do with your fuse box
  • Anything else involved with electricity that you shouldn’t touch yourself!

What qualifications should an electrician hold?

A qualified electrician will be registered and licenced with the Electrical Workers Registration Board. They will have completed their trade certificate. Be careful to check these qualifications as going with an unqualified electrician can be extremely dangerous for you and your family. If the electrician is an apprentice, ensure they have a fully qualified electrician supervising.

Take the time to look up their reputation online and call references if you’d like further peace of mind.

How long will the job take?

This depends fully on your situation. For something as simple as installing a new power outlet in a new house, electrical experts could be finished within an hour. If your wiring is old, it may take longer. Rewiring all your shoddy electrical work for your light fittings from the 1970s could take significantly longer.

How much will it cost?

Depending on whether your tradesperson is an apprentice or someone who has been working in the field for 20 years will help in determining cost. You will be able to find apprentices from around $25/hour for a small job, up to $100+/hour for some electricians. The average rate should be around $75/hour. This does not include materials, and there may also be a call out fee.

Ensure you get a proper quote from the electrical technician before you go ahead with the project. This should generally be at no cost to yourself and obligation free, meaning you don’t have to sign with them. Have them come out to inspect your house before getting a proper quote.

How do I find one?

Post your job on Builderscrack and wait for the sparkies to come to you! In your advertisement make sure that you’re succinct and include the suburb you live in, as well at the general state of your current wiring and a picture if it is appropriate. Include as much information in the posting as you can, as it will make it easier for the electrician to know in advance what is required of the job.

When you’re finished, sit back and wait for experienced sparkies to contact you!

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Posted 01/04/14

Whether its lighting or plumbing fixtures, cabinetry or new tiles, you can give the bathroom a whole new look with a budget bathroom makeover.  A fresh coat of paint or using drywall to provide texture are two great ways to update the walls. Budget bathroom makeover ideas If you want to go one s

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Preparing for Winter - 3 Things You Can Do Right Now

Posted 15/04/14

Autumn’s begun and now that there's a noticeable chill in the air, preparing for winter is a top priority. If you’re anything like us you’ve been wondering if it’s too soon to turn the heater on in the evenings or if now’s the time to hire a handyman to chop and stack some wood for your fire. Her

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Posted 08/04/14

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Electricians - What They Do

Posted 05/11/10

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Tips for Heating Your Home in Winter

Posted 07/05/13

As temperatures start to fall and household prices continue to rise, the need to stay warm without increasing your bills has never been stronger. Heating your home on a budget has never been greater! We've got some helpful suggestions for you to minimise your energy usage and keep warm this winter.

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Check Out These Luxury Bedroom Lighting Ideas

Posted 11/06/13

Whether your luxury bedroom is a small cosy space or a grand suite, it’s probably used for more than just sleeping. While dark bedrooms are perfect for sleep, too little light can hinder other activities.  With plenty of luxury bedroom lighting ideas available, let us help you choose the right  prof

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Security Service & Alarm Installers - what do they do?

Posted 05/11/10

A security service or alarm installers will be able to advise and install the best security system for your property or anything else you want to protect. Some systems are composed of a simple alarm that sounds when an entry point is breached, while others include monitoring centres where

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Installing Solar Panels for Your Home

Posted 18/02/14

If you've ever considered installing solar panels, you are not alone. Kiwi homes are generally exposed to 20-30 times more energy from the sun than they use in power or gas and most of its going to waste. By making use of it, we can reduce emissions, create jobs and contribute towards energy ind

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Understanding the Differences Among Tradespeople Accreditations

Posted 08/06/17

What does that trade logo on your tradie's website or vehicle mean? What benefit can it provide you, the homeowner? Read on to find out more about national trade accreditations in New Zealand... Some industry accreditations are mandatory, as government regulations require that certain wor

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LED Lighting Ideas & Benefits for Your Home or Office

Posted 28/01/14

LED lighting has long been the next-best thing in retail and commercial lighting by designers, but now, they’re catching on with homeowners thanks to their energy efficiency.  LED lighting can incur higher upfront costs. However, you don't need to wait a long time to recover your investment in energ

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Women in Trade - Kia Kaha Electrical, Hamilton

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Firmly placing loose sockets on the wall

Posted 4 days ago

I have two loose sockets in a room that needs a little firming up. Please see image attached for the two sockets. I have put blue tac on one of the sockets to keep it firm on the wall. My understanding is these sockets still work. Could you please send me an estimate quote for the job? Thanks.

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Install led spotlights and pendants

Posted 2 weeks ago

Hi, we are looking for someone who can produce a code of compliance to install 8-10 led spotlights, 1 pendant and swap 2 dimmer switches for LED compliant and change an old style triple switch to a smaller modern one. All existing wiring for spots are in the ceiling after I disconnected the halogen spots and a painter patched and repainted the holes. Would require cutting holes in ceiling. We haven’t purchased the fitting yet so option for electrician to provide as well. Easy attic entry with lo...

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Change my oven socket

Posted 2 days ago

A new oven replacing an old oven. Need to have plug replaced using the old oven one

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Change Powerpoints and replace light fixtures

Posted 4 days ago

We have a few small jobs: - x3 light fixtures to switch out for new ones (we have the light fixtures already - just need you to remove the old ones and install the new ones) - x1 check an existing light fitting - x5 existing powerpoints/light switches to switch out for new ones (we don't have the new ones yet) - see pictures of the existing ones

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Wire in an outdoor spa pool

Posted 1 week ago

The new spa pool is arriving soon and we need to get it connected to the power.

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Hot water cylinder repair + lights

Posted 2 weeks ago

HW cylinder doesn't heat. Electrician saw it and said he'd need a plumber to work with him. Then he got sick and can't work. Also want one external light installed, 3 internal ceiling lights, and an oven light replaced. Tuesdays and Thusdays are best for me. (Assuming you don't work weekends).

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Upgrade a 10m section of wiring, replace sub main, install a high amp socket

Posted 2 weeks ago

Hi there, First, our landlord purchased cabling, sockets and a new sub main box and wants these to be used. Currently there is a 2.5mm feed from main box to sub, we’d like it upgrading to a 6mm. Replace Sub main box. Install a socket that’s as high amp as possible so we can plug in and use a longer extension cable for an outside caravan.

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Add another line to the Laundry

Posted 6 days ago

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Lighting troubles.

Posted 1 day ago

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Troubleshoot and fix wall telephone jacks

Posted 2 weeks ago

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Upgrade electrical supply point

Posted 1 day ago

Hi, we have an outdoor electrical supply point that we need upgrading to a 15 amp capacity.

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Relocation of electrical wires

Posted 2 weeks ago

Hi, I would like to get some quotes done on relocating the electrical wires going from the house to the garage. As seen in photos they are currently coming from the roof and hanging from above. I would like to see how much it would be to relocate potentially underground or discuss other options. thank you.

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Install F&P Rangehood

Posted 1 week ago

I need a new rangehood installed. I have purchased the new Fisher and Paykle rangehood and have it here - just need someone remove and dispose of the old one and to install the new one.

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Small job

Posted 2 weeks ago

Disconnect heated towel rail as coming away from wall and now in an illegal place so unable to replace.

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3 sets of sensor security lighting need fixing

Posted 2 weeks ago

We have 3 sets of sensor security lights that need fixing or replacing. I recently bought the house and found that none of them work. Replacing the bulbs didn't help.

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Switches

Posted 1 day ago

Replace 2 light switches and install 2 new wall sockets

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Posted 2 weeks ago

My partner and I recently bought a house that has been rewired in the last couple of years I think. However, there aren't many power points in each room so we'd like to have more installed. There are also some old fuses on the switchboard which I'm not sure if they're being used, we'd like to have them upgraded or removed. The board may also be ACM, if so, it'd be also good to have that replaced.

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Posted 1 week ago

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Extractor fan

Posted 1 day ago

Extractor fan in kitchen Going outside I guesss Be good to have a chat and which extractor fan would be ideal and under the rental guidelines

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Posted 1 week ago

Hi have four bedside wall reading lamps to be replaced. As the property is a rental property it requires a licensed electrician to do the work. Hoping for someone local who can come around and do the work on Saturday 04/07. I will supply the fittings. There is also an extract fan to be looked at (additional work) but not priced in this posting.

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5th June 2020

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1st July 2020

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Garage wiring

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Urgent - 2 power points to be updated

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Upgrade a 10m section of wiring, replace sub main, install a high amp socket

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3rd July 2020

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Outdoor wall power socket

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Fuse box trippin

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3rd June 2020

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Hot water

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17th June 2020

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New speed drives

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Replace Halogen with LED pendant

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Abhishek

Joined June 2019

Hi, i m a nz registered and qualified electrician with 5 years of nz experience and a total of 10years electrical experience with being in industrial and commerical industry as well. I have a good knowledge of residential electrical as i have mostly worked on domestic houses in nz for the past 4 years. I m available to give quotes either its small or big jobs or jobs that i will be able to unde...

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Flex Electrical LTD

Joined December 2016

All Electrical Repairs & Wiring. Residential, Commercial & Industrial. Specialising in On and Off Grid solar Installations. Family owned and operated busniess servicing Wellington, Wairarapa and Kapiti regions. Reliable and on time with free competitive quotes. All work guaranteed, no job too big or small.

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Tomorrow Electrical

Joined October 2017

We're proud to be among Greater Wellington's most trusted sparkies. Since starting our journey, Tomorrow Electrical has served hundreds of businesses and homes across the region, providing reliable workmanship with incredible results. Our devotion to service is the hallmark of our team. It's our can-do attitude and willingness to go that extra mile which shine through into every job we do, beca...

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V Electrical Ltd

Joined March 2019

When you contact V Electrical, you can be sure your electrical project is in Good Hands. This is because I am a Registered Electrician whom have high standards of workmanship and I pay attention to details. I focus on ensuring maximum customer Satisfaction from high standard of work. No job too big or small. Prices are competitive I am flexible, honest, friendly and reliable as will work wit...

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Roundhouse Electrical

Joined August 2019

Hello, I've had 8 years in the electrical industry and specialise in residential work whether it's small jobs such as upgrading lighting throughout the house to LED's or adding extra power points where needed. I also tackle larger jobs from kitchen or bathroom renovations to complete new build homes. I take pride in my professionalism and will communicate with the customer throughout the job to ac...

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Quality Electrical Services

Joined January 2020

​At Quality Electrical Services we are completely dedicated to client satisfaction. All of our team members are punctual and knowledgeable, working hard to provide high-quality services to our clients. ​Covering all Electrical work

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The Electric Spider LTD

Joined February 2012

37 years in the Electrical Trade I've recently completed contracts in Housing New Zealand homes installing 2700 power points in existing homes; so I know my way around the nooks and crannies of most house styles to get your job done

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Waea Contractors Ltd

Joined October 2019

Hi Waea Contractors has spent most of the last 2 years contracting in the communications industry with the Ultra-Fast Broadband rollout; this is a national initiative that aims to connect every residence or business in NZ to Fibre Optic cable over time. Our Tasks included, - Site Leveling & General Earthworks - Trenching in Pipe and Cable - Trenchless options - Air Knifing, Thrusting, Hydro...

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RAO Electrical

Joined October 2013

Hi, I am a registered electrician with a current practicing licence. During my 19 years of work in the electrical trade I have gained experience working in Industrial, commercial and domestic areas. For the last two and a half years I have been a stay at home dad. Recently my youngest started Kindy and with my oldest in school I now have some spare time. My family life is important to me so...

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MVT Electrical Ltd

Joined March 2020

I am a one man operation with over 13 years experience mostly doing residential electrical work and repairs. I was previously also the head of whiteware repairs at my old firm, training over 5 apprentices before going out on my own. I am professional, prompt, upfront and honest regarding costs and timelines

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M10 Services Limited

Joined January 2019

Good day, We are an expanding company operating in the Wellington region for over 3 years, We manage new builds/ renovations working with a extended team of trusted and proven sub contractors to deliver projects start to completion. The team has a personal investment and do good attitude inside and outside of the work uniforms and hours. Our completed projects have been performance and quality...

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Optimum Electrical Services

Joined June 2020

Electrician and Inspector based in Upper Hutt, serving the greater Wellington region. My focus is on providing high quality electrical work that won't let you down. Domestic, Commercial, Industrial and Electrical Inspection Services.

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SBurt Electrical

Joined June 2020

Hi, I am a qualified and registered electrician working in the greater Wellington region. I have 10 years of experience in the industry working on residential and commercial jobs. Please consider me for your next project.

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Hawk Maintenance Ltd

Joined February 2019

Hi , I’m ranovating old bathroom . Do ceiling and three side wet wall ( hardieglaze) I do small jobs also like change locks ( all types ) New mailbox. Clothesline etc.

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Furniss Electrical

Joined December 2019

Newly qualified Electrician who has been working for the last four years in the electrical trade, I am a positive hard working individual and am available to do most small jobs. Due to being newly qualified, jobs will be quoted at an affordable rate.

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Wright Electrical Limited

Joined February 2020

Wright Electrical is a small electrical business operating in the Hutt Valley and wider Wellington region. We focus on residential work - From New builds to renovations, heatpumps to alarms we do it all. No job too big or small. We have a strong focus on customer service and providing a high quality product which we and you the customer can be proud of.

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Ed building

Joined August 2010

Hi, We've been building new houses and renovating old ones for the last 18 years, NZ and Europe. We specialise in major or smaller renovations and new builds. We are very professional and work hard to meet deadlines for project completion. We pride to provide competitive quotes and then completing jobs on budget.

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Electrify electrical limited

Joined May 2020

Hi I'm an electrician with 14 years experience in commercial and residential. My skills cover all aspects of electrical from 400v 3 phase/230v single phase men supply system and distribution, house installations, maintenance, fault finding, lighting controls, new switchboard installations, emergency lighting systems, extraction fans ,swimming pools/spas, test and tag, Data and CCTV. I pride my...

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Capital Electrical Services

Joined May 2020

We understand small to large scale complexities in electrical projects and offer great customer service to our customers and clients, offer prompt and prioritized services in emergency. Capital Electrical Services' point of difference in experience is our experience and high standard of workmanship. We are a local business based in Wellington, servicing greater Wellington Area. All of our electr...

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iPower Electrical Services

Joined May 2017

Registered electrician. Located in Porirua. Servicing all Wellington, Porirua, Johnsonville, Newlands, Tawa, Khandallah, Grenada, Peremata, Whitby. Complete rewiring of houses, New Switchboards or upgrading, industrial and commercial work. Very competitive quotes provided for free. Thanks. Nelson iPower Electrical Services.

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