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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.

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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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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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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3 Questions to Ask Before Buying an Old House

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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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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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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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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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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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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Discover in-depth, ways which our homeowners have used Builderscrack to shape their house into the home of their dreams.

Outsourcing Housework Freed Up Precious Time For This Busy Homeowner

Busy homeowner Michelle holds down parenting, full-time work and studying towards her PhD. She shares with us how she used Builderscrack to outsource her housework so she could focus on the important stuff... How It Started To say Michelle is a driven person is an understatement. Sitting across from a woman that packs so much into her days is inspiring, not only because of that drive but the clever way she has arranged her life to make it possible. She tells me "I’m doing a full-time PhD and I’m doing full-time work, so for me, I have lots to do and absolutely no time. I also have a teenager who’s almost 16, who is extremely social. Every weekend there are at least five to seven friends invited, and they are having a sleepover. I come home, and I'm like, “I left it nice and tidy, what happened?”.  Michelle and her son moved into their home three years ago, and with a laugh explains “how things were starting to fall apart and in need of repair”. It wasn't only hard findi

Electric Car Charge Point: Our 300,000th Job

Builderscrack started out in 2007, with the simple goal of connecting homeowners to tradies. Fast forward 12 years and we are excited to be celebrating such a significant milestone… Our 300,000th Job To have had the opportunity to help homeowners find tradies for 300,000 jobs is both exciting and a privilege. From all of us here at Builderscrack we want to say a big THANK YOU to our homeowners and tradespeople, without you we wouldn't be here. The Job Mark from Auckland, a busy doctor at Auckland's Middlemore Emergency department, posted our 300,00th job. He had recently purchased an electric car and needed a charging port installed in his garage, with the idea of upgrading to the full power charger unit down the track. With this in mind, he wanted the job done in such a way that all the wiring was in place for the future upgrade. Mark posted his job on Builderscrack, having used it on numerous occasions since moving from England several years ago. Describing it as "

Women in Trade - Kia Kaha Electrical, Hamilton

We chat with father and business owner, Noema Johnson, about how he not only encouraged his daughter to take up a trade but how he is actively helping her to succeed in an electrical career... Hamilton based Noema, has worked in the electrical trade for the last 38 years. He's spent the last 10 years encouraging his daughter, Demi, to "jump into a trade". Now in her mid-twenties she has taken up his advice and this year started her training as an electrician. She is studying at the Waikato Institue of Technology (Wintec) on the Electrical Pre-Trade Training course, aimed at getting students ready for apprenticeship. Demi is one of only four women on the course and has teamed up with Mere, another inspirational women who is training in her 30's, all while having the pressure of children and family commitments. After the polytech based first year, each of the girls will be required to find and start an apprenticeship. Not only is Noema the inspiration and encourageme

Outsourcing Housework Freed Up Precious Time For This Busy Homeowner

Busy homeowner Michelle holds down parenting, full-time work and studying towards her PhD. She shares with us how she used Builderscrack to outsource her housework so she could focus on the important stuff... How It Started To say Michelle is a driven person is an understatement. Sitting across from a woman that packs so much into her days is inspiring, not only because of that drive but the clever way she has arranged her life to make it possible. She tells me "I’m doing a full-time PhD and I’m doing full-time work, so for me, I have lots to do and absolutely no time. I also have a teenager who’s almost 16, who is extremely social. Every weekend there are at least five to seven friends invited, and they are having a sleepover. I come home, and I'm like, “I left it nice and tidy, what happened?”.  Michelle and her son moved into their home three years ago, and with a laugh explains “how things were starting to fall apart and in need of repair”. It wasn't only hard findi

Electric Car Charge Point: Our 300,000th Job

Builderscrack started out in 2007, with the simple goal of connecting homeowners to tradies. Fast forward 12 years and we are excited to be celebrating such a significant milestone… Our 300,000th Job To have had the opportunity to help homeowners find tradies for 300,000 jobs is both exciting and a privilege. From all of us here at Builderscrack we want to say a big THANK YOU to our homeowners and tradespeople, without you we wouldn't be here. The Job Mark from Auckland, a busy doctor at Auckland's Middlemore Emergency department, posted our 300,00th job. He had recently purchased an electric car and needed a charging port installed in his garage, with the idea of upgrading to the full power charger unit down the track. With this in mind, he wanted the job done in such a way that all the wiring was in place for the future upgrade. Mark posted his job on Builderscrack, having used it on numerous occasions since moving from England several years ago. Describing it as "

Women in Trade - Kia Kaha Electrical, Hamilton

We chat with father and business owner, Noema Johnson, about how he not only encouraged his daughter to take up a trade but how he is actively helping her to succeed in an electrical career... Hamilton based Noema, has worked in the electrical trade for the last 38 years. He's spent the last 10 years encouraging his daughter, Demi, to "jump into a trade". Now in her mid-twenties she has taken up his advice and this year started her training as an electrician. She is studying at the Waikato Institue of Technology (Wintec) on the Electrical Pre-Trade Training course, aimed at getting students ready for apprenticeship. Demi is one of only four women on the course and has teamed up with Mere, another inspirational women who is training in her 30's, all while having the pressure of children and family commitments. After the polytech based first year, each of the girls will be required to find and start an apprenticeship. Not only is Noema the inspiration and encourageme

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Check out how homeowners like you are using Electricians on Builderscrack to build, repair and improve their homes right now.

Separate Power Meter from one property into two

Posted 6 days ago

We have one property with one power meter and are planning to split this property into two (Basement and Level 1). We need to individualize each property's power source so there are two meters. We need a reliable electrician who can provide a quote for this work. If required , we can manage to arrange for a site visit to assess the work needed.

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Install pendant lights

Posted 1 week ago

Instal 3 pendant celling lights

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Darleen #3

Posted 5 days ago

Need security lights & installment for driveway.

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Hot water fuse tripping

Posted 2 weeks ago

The fuse for the hot water keeps tripping in our downstairs tenancy. We’d like this attended to ASAP on Monday 16th November if possible. Please also see my other job listing for new shed electrical work, we’d like the same company to take on both jobs.

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Kitchen extractor fan installation

Posted 1 week ago

Requiring installation for a kitchen range hood/extractor that vents externally. The current range hood circulates internally so new range hood will need to be installed with a rear vent in the wall. Power switch already located above. Range hood can be purchased prior or please advise if it can be supplied.

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Rangehood replacement

Posted 1 week ago

Looking to get a quote for replacing this old rangehood please

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Extra down lights or a tube light in Garage

Posted 1 week ago

Hi Our Garage is looking dark towards the garage door side during night time and on cloudy days even with 3 down lights on . Kids are not enjoying the gloomy look of it. I am after an extra lighting options, like a tube light or 2 extra downlights It's a new house, Garage 3 down lights but there all are on one side leaving the door side dark. I would like to connect to the same switch Asish

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Constant noise from water pump

Posted 18 hours ago

I have got a water pump at the ground floor master room to pump water outside the house whenever I flush the toilet /take shower. Now the pump has made noise all the time

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New shed electrical work

Posted 2 weeks ago

We’ve built a small shed, and have included a conduit back to the existing house (being trenched today). There is an access hatch in the laundry floor immediately adjacent to where the conduit will come through the floor vent. The shed is a small workshop, tool store and for electric bike charging. We would like: - an external IP rated power socket (black if possible to suit black weatherboards) - 4 double power sockets inside, one with USB. - a power connection for the auto opener rolle...

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Replace bathroom extractor fan

Posted 2 weeks ago

Hi, our bathroom extractor fan has stopped working after a house clean - probably due to water ingress. Can you please quote to replace?

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Lights downstairs blew a fuse with a bang

Posted 4 days ago

Lights downstairs blew a fuse with a bang, same thing occurred when we flipped the fuse. We have a builder coming Monday week ... and he will be installing Insulation, so we don't want an unsafe work environment for him. I also have a few small issues around the house, cant get TV working, my fuse for my central heating has blown so if they could take a look at that too, that would be good. We have a dimmer system in our house. House previously owned by electrician who installed complicated sys...

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Bathroom ceiling extractor fan

Posted 2 weeks ago

Have old unit that needs removal and replaced with new in new location if practical like the look of the Heller if it's suitable. Not sure if existing already vents outside. A joining property also requires bathroom fan that can be wall mounted and vented to outside no existing fan in place. 1920s Bungalo style home. Daughter lives in one side Tennant in other so would need to arrange with them suitable times for access. Quote appreciated including cost of units. First 2 photos of unit wishing...

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Replace bathroom extractor fan #2

Posted 1 week ago

Old noisey extractor fan needs to be replaced. Current one is a Manrose 150mm

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Hide range hood switchboard and new switchboards

Posted 2 days ago

Small jobs: 1. Currently my range hood plug is visible. We plug it into a multi box. We would like to hide it. 2. Replace switched sockets and possibly new switched sockets around the house.

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Down light into kids bedroom

Posted 5 days ago

We need an electrician to remove one hanging light bulb and replace with a down light in the roof, or possibly two lights in roof if that works better. Is for a very small kids bedroom with a loft bed in.

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Utility markings

Posted 4 days ago

Need someone to mark out the utilities on the property asap

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Hardwire 2x heated towel rails

Posted 2 weeks ago

I need an electrician to wire up the heated towel rails and certify the work for insurance purposes, the rails are up and sockets are in place

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Fix or replace battery pack in clock

Posted 2 weeks ago

This is a bit of a strange job. Bought this wooden clock in Germany a couple of years ago and looks like there has been some corrosion in the battery pack. Looking to get it replaced. Doesn’t have to be like for like, I’d just like it to work. I haven’t had much success asking clock repairers in Wellington so thought I might ask an electrician. Interested in how much this would cost.

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Electric Car Charger and others

Posted 13 hours ago

During our stay in our current home we've accrued a couple of jobs that need to be done by an electrician. In particular, we've recently bought an electric car and would like an outlet to be installed in the carport that is protected from the rain instead of the extension chord we're using now which runs through the basement. There are also other jobs around the house that we're keen on sorting as soon as possible, such as four outlets that no longer work or are cracked and need replacing. W...

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Switch replacements and fuse check

Posted 1 week ago

The fusebox seems to have a sticky fuse that doesn't reset properly. We also have a socket that needs a replacement panel and would like to replace a shaver socket in the bathroom with a normal plug sock panel.

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Recent electricians reviews

With over 179,000 reviews in total, and an average rating of 9/10, you can be confident that your job will be handled with the utmost care.

Wiring up replacement oven

Work carried out by an employee of the company

9th September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 4
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Kitchen Reno

Work carried out by the owner/operator

20th October 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Power lost to hot water heater

Work carried out by the owner/operator

2nd September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Oven

Work carried out by the owner/operator

20th October 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Security Cameras to be wired up

Work carried out by an employee of the company

21st October 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Replace or repair fuse box

Work carried out by the owner/operator

30th September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Kitchen downlights keep failing

Work carried out by the owner/operator

21st September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Double power point

Work carried out by the owner/operator

8th September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

2 lampshades need hanging

Work carried out by the owner/operator

10th October 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Garden light installation

Work carried out by the owner/operator

5th November 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Extractor fan needed - to install through kitchen window

Work carried out by the owner/operator

16th November 2020

Workmanship
 4
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Electric sockets

Work carried out by an employee of the company

18th September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Installation of new heated towel rail

Work carried out by the owner/operator

1st September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Exhaust fan need to be replaced

Work carried out by the owner/operator

2nd November 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 4
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Replace two x ceiling lights with dangly ones and instal 2 eco heat panels

Work carried out by the owner/operator

2nd September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Removal of storage heater

Work carried out by the owner/operator

27th October 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Heated towel rail

Work carried out by the owner/operator

9th September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Install/move 5 powerpoints + replace 4 light switches

Work carried out by the owner/operator

12th October 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Install philips hue mirror, outdoor security light & bathroom manrose


2nd October 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Sensor light

Work carried out by the owner/operator

21st September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

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Whisk Renovators

Joined February 2009

Whisk Renovators is a renovations company, providing innovative solutions to Kitchen and bathroom consenting, design and build projects. Whisk services the greater Wellington region in both the residential and commercial sectors. Whisk has been a member of New Zealand Master Painters since 2009, providing quality service and workmanship guarantees to our Clients. We won National awards in ......

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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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A I Burt Electrical Ltd

Joined October 2020

Hi , we've been wiring new homes and renovating old ones for 35 years, We also do smaller one off jobs as needed. Our company also does Data networking , security alarms, Surround sound / multi room audio ,and Home automation . If your building a new home we can do all your electrical / electronic installation needs all under one roof while dealing with one person. Tony has over 40 years in the...

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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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Blackfox electrical

Joined May 2018

Blackfox electrical can supply to all your electrical needs, no job too big or small. Experience in both domestic and commercial situations, always taking pride in the finished product. Check out our Facebook page!

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Electro Guard

Joined October 2010

Licence to Install under the security Guards Act. SG ... I have been in this business of installing, selling and servicing Electronic security systems for 20 years. I specialise in Selling Servicing and Installing, Security Alarm systems and Video Surveillance systems. We are also particularly experienced in digital wireless security systems. We also specialise in driveway alert systems...

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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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On Point Engineering Ltd

Joined October 2020

On Point Engineering Ltd is a small 100% Wellington family owned business that offer a range of services for your home or business. From design and installation of custom made ducted heat pumps and energy recovery ventilation systems, installing split systems to servicing existing heat pumps. Also do a large range of electrical and mechanical work.

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Kinetic Electrical

Joined March 2018

Hi I'm Mark, Owner and Operator of Kinetic Electrical Kapiti/Wellington. I've been an electrician in the Wellington Region for over 10 years. Check out our website to see the exceptional service that I can provide. Whether the job is big or small, give me a ring. I can offer you the best service and great advice on all your electrical requirements.

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Datasoft

Joined September 2020

Hello , We have been building timber fences for last 2 years in affordable rates. We provide quick free quotes. We also do Concreting, asphalting, general house maintenance and renovations.We are very professional and hard work to meet deadlines for project completion.

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Copper electrical limited

Joined April 2020

Hi, we are a small ,service focused electrical team, we love electrical work and have a , no job to small approach to jobs. We have over 28 years combined experience. We believe in up front pricing so no one gets a nasty surprise at the end of the job.

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DJ Electrical Services Limited

Joined September 2010

Be in the service field for more than 10 years in Wellington, specialised in electrical appliance installation, repair and maintenance, including dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine, oven etc. also lighting system, professional and work hard to meet deadlines for project completion. I pride myself on providing competitive quotes and then completing jobs on budget. I do the works after hours, in...

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global property maintenance

Joined August 2017

Hello there, we have been doing property maintenance for about 1 month in our new company. In my team we have builders,handyman,electrician,plumber & tiler. our trade have been in the job for over 15 to 20 years. we are very professional and work hard to meet deadlines for our customers. we also take care of smaller jobs. We pride ourselves on providing competitive quotes and then completin...

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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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Leon Build

Joined January 2016

Hi, we have been building new houses as well as general home renovations and maintenance. Give us a call to discuss your requirements. (Bathrooms, Kitchens, Decking, Fencing and many more)

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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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Lit Electrical Wellington Limited

Joined November 2020

Hi there, I have been involved in the electrical industry for 9 years now, worked for 3 seperate companies and ranged between domestic, commercial and industrial. I have recently gone out on my own post covid which was a big step but I let my work speak for itself with exceptional quality for a competitive price. I have also done a lot of insulation jobs helping out a friends business and ha...

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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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Zapling Electrical

Joined June 2019

Registered electrician with 8 years experience working on high quality new home builds, residential electrical work, servicing, heat pump servicing and installation and security/ data services. I take great pride in my work and stay till I am satisfied with the quality of my workmanship.

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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; as well as this we do a multitude of civil tasks with some minor construction in the mix too Our Tasks included but are not limited to, - Site Leveling & General Earthworks - Trenching in Pipe and Cable - Trenchless options - Air Knifing, Thrusting, Hydro B...

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