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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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Our blog is full with helpful news and knowledge covering electricians related repairs and renovations around your home. Our trusted tradies will respond to your job, often within a few minutes. You decide who you want to communicate with. You’re in control the whole way.

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Posted 08/04/14

Are you considering buying an old house? Old villas and bungalows can be charming, but with age, often comes problems. Here’s three questions to ask before you sign on the dotted line. Buying an old house? Ask these questions first! You don't want to buy a lemon! Here are 3 questions you need

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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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6 Ideas for a Budget Bathroom Makeover

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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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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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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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

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]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 r

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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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Electricians - What They Do

Posted 05/11/10

The electrician trade is one of the more highly skilled and potentially dangerous of the trades. All electricians must be part of the Electrical Workers Registration Board, so don't be afraid to ask to see their registration before hiring... The responsibilities of electricians include br

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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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Outsourcing Housework Freed Up Precious Time For This Busy Homeowner

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Women in Trade - Kia Kaha Electrical, Hamilton

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Women in Trade - Kia Kaha Electrical, Hamilton

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Our switchboard has old style, plug-in fuses which requires an upgrade. Thanks

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Reprogram ? Allen-Bradley MicroLogix 1000 on Dumb Waiter

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Dumb waiter was working but stopped locking doors on all levels and now has a fault light and has stopped working on Auto but works on Manual. It has a fault light on the Allen Bradley MicroLogix 1000 processor. Also need to get two EDM Solution 6 + 6 Alarm /Smoke detection systems sorted, one smoke detector, two strobes and one Piezo not working.

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Small indoor and outdoor lighting job

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There are three aspects to this small job: 1. Install a light and power point in a cupboard under the stairs, inside the house. There are wires in the wall already so it can probably connect to a nearby socket. 2. Fit new outside (but undercover) light at the front door. There is an existing light there, but I want to replace it with a modern one. 3. Install half a dozen small outdoor lights. We have steps leading up to the front door, and I'd like to put small lights into the timber s...

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Posted 3 days ago

Hi, I need an outdoor power socket. Cheers Julia

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Help removing a heat pump

Posted 2 days ago

Removal of a heat pump from wall and disconnect u it from outside

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Posted 4 days ago

There are multiple jobs for an electrician in our house some namely below: 1. Install down-lights in a room - 4x . ( Down-lights already bought) with a dimmer 2. Install power point in the bathroom-1. 3. Move the extractor fan in the bathroom-1 and connect extractor to exterior of the house 4. Install lights on the driveway ( lights available with us) 5. Reconnect the electricity point in the pantry( they were disconnected for repair) 6. Install an extractor unit in bathroom-2(laundry)...

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Posted 2 weeks ago

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Install exterior powerpoint

Posted 2 weeks ago

I would like a double, exterior power point installed, in the weather board on our deck. For a standard NZ plug. There is wiring/isolation switch for heat pump located next to where I would like it. The heat pump is currently disconnected.

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Ceiling light fitting repair

Posted 1 day ago

Hi, I’m looking for an electrician to help fix a ceiling fitting that has me confused as to why it won’t work. The lamp shade we want to hang has some weight to it so the fitting would need to take this into consideration. Thanks.

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Install new heated towel rail and relocate electrical socket

Posted 2 weeks ago

We would like a new slimmer heated towel rail installed, and the electrical socket relocated closer to it (it is currently under the basin on the other wall). We are after a quote for this work, excluding the heated towel rail. We have a existing towel rail timer that we'd like used though.

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Moving the meter to another location

Posted 1 day ago

We have an analog meter and in order to replace it with a digital meter, the meter needs to be moved away from the gas meter. The power company is refusing to replace saying the meter is too close to the gas meter. I need the meter moved to at least 1 m from the current location

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Granny flat upgrade electrical

Posted 2 weeks ago

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Updating few electrical connections

Posted 1 week ago

Hello we are looking for an amazing electrician to fix up a few electrical connections in our two bedroom house . This is a fairly small job so being upfront about this from the get go . Examples of the jobs are repairing electrical connection for a hair dryer in the bathroom . Light connection in the bathroom not working . There are couple of other jobs similar to the above . Looking for electrician contact to quote and progress with this job Cheers

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Simple wiring up of electrical pack in new sleepout

Posted 3 weeks ago

I have a sleepout being partially built in Nelson, and due to be piled and put together in Wellington in around three weeks from now, estimate the 3rd week of October. It comes with an electrical pack that needs installing, which includes: a light,switch, 2 x double plugs, Caravan plug, switchboard.

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Major renovation work

Posted 2 weeks ago

Need a electrician to work in with the renovation of a house . Plans can be provided as required

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Posted 6 hours ago

I need 2 new led ceiling lights fitted and an electrician to supply and fit new dimmer switches in each room. the 3 switch plus dimmer control in our bathroom needs to be checked for safety and possibly repaired or replaced. Asap please.

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Rewire a plug on an incubator + remove two night store heaters

Posted 1 week ago

I run a cat rescue, in the next few days I'll be taking delivery of a kitten incubator and I'd prefer it to have a NZ plug before I use it. I need to get the plug rewired pretty much as soon as it arrives as I have 5 tiny baby kittens who really could do with using it. There's also two night store heaters (wired into the wall) that I'd like removed. As a non-profit organisation if any discount could be offered that'd be amazing! In return I would post about you on my very active rescue Face...

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Light

Posted 3 weeks ago

I have recessed lights but want to have a light shade installation in my dining area

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Alot of electrical jobs

Posted 3 hours ago

-down lights kitchen -central kitchen lights, already have the lights. -bathroom plug -heated towel rail -will provide the towel rail - mount tv and put in plug and move Internet and TV cable

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Four electrical jobs

Posted 5 days ago

I have four electrical jobs: 1. Bathroom downlight replacement - replaced bulb but still not working 2. Light switch trips circuit breaker immediately when used 3. Kitchen downlight replacement - bulbs keep failing in this fitting 4. Install power point in cupboard to charge vacuum cleaner

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Barry’s Bits Band Pieces

Work carried out by the owner/operator

28th September 2019

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 5
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 5
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 5
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Manrose fan needs replacing

Work carried out by the owner/operator

26th August 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
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 5
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1920's rewire and extra power points

Work carried out by an employee of the company

6th October 2019

Workmanship
 5
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 5
Schedule
 4
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 3

Install new heated towel rail and relocate electrical socket

Work carried out by the owner/operator

9th October 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

2 switches to be fixed

Work carried out by the owner/operator

18th September 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Issues with fuses/upgrading fuses

Work carried out by the owner/operator

25th September 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

External power point installation

Work carried out by the owner/operator

20th August 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Lights & Transformer not working

Work carried out by the owner/operator

27th August 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Disconnecting a hardwired washing machine.

Work carried out by the owner/operator

26th August 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Install heat fan light and fan.

Work carried out by the owner/operator

20th August 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Wiring review for insurance

Work carried out by the owner/operator

29th September 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 4
Communication
 5

Circuits blown on ancient switchboard

Work carried out by the owner/operator

30th August 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

New bathroom wall mounted light + hall cupboard light

Work carried out by the owner/operator

13th September 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Reprogram ? Allen-Bradley MicroLogix 1000 on Dumb Waiter

Work carried out by the owner/operator

17th October 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

New heated towel rail


21st August 2019

Workmanship
 5
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 4
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 5
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 5

Garage lighting and switches

Work carried out by a subcontractor

9th September 2019

Workmanship
 5
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 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
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Urgent downlight check and replacement.

Work carried out by the owner/operator

10th October 2019

Workmanship
 4
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 5
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 5
Communication
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New power point

Work carried out by the owner/operator

7th October 2019

Workmanship
 5
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 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Replace dodgy fitting and add generic lampshades

Work carried out by the owner/operator

23rd September 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
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Installing ceiling lamp

Work carried out by the owner/operator

27th September 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
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 5
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Joined September 2018

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Dees Electrical

Joined April 2019

Hi I have been doing new houses and renovations for over 15 years now. While I specials in new builds I do smaller jobs from time to time. I also did a number of dental surgeries. My pricing is highly competitive , and will be willing to provide a certificate of compliance on completion of any project.

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Tungsten Electrical ltd

Joined September 2017

Tungsten electrical are registered and qualified electricians who are very professional at their work and have great customer service. We work with you to ensure you get the best electrical work for the best price. Call Conrad (Director) on 0279248859 and he will sort you out. Thanks, Tungsten electrical ltd.

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BAS Electrical & Heatpumps

Joined June 2019

I have 30yrs experience as an electrician and 12 yrs experience installing heat pumps. I'm a " one man band " so I'm the guy who'll come and do your work . My reputation is based on quality work for a reasonable price.

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Mr Watts Electrical and Community Work

Joined September 2019

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Oncore

Joined August 2019

We provide full property maintenance and repair solutions from small jobs such as fixing a broken window latch or waterblasting your deck, to kitchen and bathroom installations, fencing and decks and building work. We pride ourselves on our professional and prompt service and delivering solutions that meet your needs.

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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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Joe's Electrical

Joined January 2019

I'm Joe.I'm time served, licenced and insured. I've been working as an electrician since 2002. I offer great service at a reasonable price. Please check out my reviews. I look forward to working with you to deliver your project / repair on time and within budget.

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Drainage Rescue Limited

Joined June 2019

I have been plumbing for over 25 years. Will do plumbing, roofing spouting and drainage work. Punctual, reliable and competitive prices. All work guaranteed

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Blackfox electrical

Joined May 2018

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DRE Systems Limited

Joined March 2018

DRE Systems is a newly established electrical contracting company, providing electrical services for industrial, commercial and domestic projects. We undertake to deliver quality projects, products and services on schedule and within scope. Our goal is to become a leading provider of electrical services in the Wellington region, through quality workmanship, reliability and a dedication to the cli...

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Endeavour Electrical Services Ltd

Joined November 2017

Here at Endeavour Electrical Services we provide our customers with service that you deserve. We will do our absolute utmost to ensure that the work you have for us is completed with as much ease as possible for you. Our qualified Electricians have the knowledge to complete any task and solve practically any problem as quickly ,cost effectively and hassle free as possible, we even show up on time...

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VElectrical

Joined March 2019

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Brooks Refrigeration Services

Joined October 2017

Hi My Name is Adam Brooks I am a Wairarapa local and fully qualified refrigeration engineer, i install/service/repair all types of refrigeration, air conditioning, heatpumps and a small amount of Electrical work throughout the region and further afield as the jobs take me. I pride myself on communication and quality workmanship what ever the job, i like to look at every job as "if it was my ho...

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Enzec Wellington Limited

Joined August 2019

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Odd Jobs Electrical

Joined September 2017

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RAO Electrical

Joined October 2013

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Tim Toomey Electrical

Joined June 2011

Combining experience, youth and enthusiasm  to bring the best electrical service in wellington. Wellington's Professional  Electricians contact us For all your Electrical services including but not limited to: Domestic and Commercial Electrician Services House Wiring, Rewiring and renovations Switchboard Upgrades Mains entry point repairs/Replacement All New Installations ...

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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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Whittaker Electrical Limited

Joined January 2017

Highly experienced in all areas of residential and commercial electrical. New builds, design, renovations, high end to budget savvy. Make us the first choice for all your electrical work. www.whittakerelectrical.co.nz

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