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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.

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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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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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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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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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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Understanding the Differences Among Tradespeople Accreditations

Posted 08/06/17

With so many tradespeople belonging to different accreditation organisations, how do you know which one to trust ? We take a closer look... Tradespeople Accreditations There are 10 common tradespeople accreditation to be aware of. Each one is not equal, yet they are work towards bettering

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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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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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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 "

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 finding the tim

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

Electric Car Charge Point: Our 300,000th Job

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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 finding the tim

Women in Trade - Kia Kaha Electrical, Hamilton

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Replace 16x95mm 12V down lights with LED downlights

Posted 2 weeks ago

The existing lights are 16 12V halogen bulbs running off old drivers on three circuits. The work is to replace all the existing downlights (which are 95mm across on the outside, not sure of the exact size of the hole in the gib) with new warm white LED downlights. Five of the downlights are in a bathroom if that makes a difference. The ceiling is low - 2.1M? - and flat so access is very easy.

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Install Ceiling Fan

Posted 1 week ago

I have a new Arlec 120cm 45W ceiling fan that I'd like installed on our 4.1 m high ceiling. I am thinking to minimise cost it can be wired into the cable between two existing lights (see the photo) becase it has a wireless remote to control it, but am open to your advice about the legality of this. As you can see in the photo there are skylights near the ceiling position to provide a stable position for a ladder, and I have a solid aluminium extension ladder that should be suitable, but...

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Lots of little jobs inside and out

Posted 18 hours ago

Replace switches and plugs in renovated room (including lowering one power outlet if possible) Install new night fittings in two rooms (including fixing one light which currently doesn’t work) - new lights provided Replacing or fixing water damaged outdoor light - new lights provided Modifying wiring in garage to allow for power tool use without blowing surge protector on garage door opener Fixing plug by stove in kitchen Fixing plug in downstairs bedroom

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Converting a standard socket to a caravan socket

Posted 2 weeks ago

We have an existing power point in the garage with a standard socket (10amps) and want to convert to a caravan socket (at least 16amps) for EV charging using a level 2 charger. We also need to convert the EV charger plug into an NZ compatible plug.

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Chandeliers #2

Posted 3 days ago

I'm still having trouble locating an electrician - I had one who was going to give a quote but never sent one so I'm still waiting for someone to rewire and install chandeliers

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Sally Chapman

Posted 2 hours ago

Medium size house built in 1980 needs ceiling lights replaced by LED down lights through main living area - kitchen, dining, and lounge. These will be brand new fittings. Some dimmable. Lighting also needed on patio. Materials to be purchased. Remainder of house will be installed within next year - 2 bathrooms, 1 separate toilet, hallways, 5 bedrooms, 1 rumpus, laundry and 1 computer room. Quotes only at this stage. Start within 3-6 months. Property accessible from midday, Mon to F...

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Replace bathroom extractor fan

Posted 5 days ago

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

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Maureena #2

Posted 2 weeks ago

Need 1 to 3 new electrical outlets installed in a new construction - pre 14 June 2019.

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Laundry new power sockets installation

Posted 2 weeks ago

Hi there, we are currently renovating our laundry and we will install a new bench and cupboards in there. However, our current power sockets is above the bench height so we need to have new power sockets installed below the bench.

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Install an Induction Cooktop, fix a broken plugpoint and add one more

Posted 1 week ago

Kia ora, Can you install a new induction cooktop? (Fisher & Paykel 30cm 2 Zone Induction Cooktop CI302DTB3) Also one of the switched on a double socket in the kitchen needs replacing + I'd like to add a new power socket in a bedroom. You could also advice on the state of the wiring in the house - it's a new purchase and there is one fuse that we trip frequently when we run multiple appliances.

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Lupin terrace

Posted 2 weeks ago

Quote for fixing a wall plug and down lights

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TV wall mounting including power plug and aerial plug.

Posted 1 week ago

I would like to get a new tv mounted on a wall. It’s is a Samsung Frame TV and I would like to have all cables and the large “control box” recessed in the wall. The box that needs to be recessed in the wall is about 25cmx10cmx6.5cm deep. There is already power and an aerial installed on the wall but at the bottom, but I don’t think it should be too hard to tap into them by knocking a hole in the gib and running them behind the TV. I basically want exactly what the guys in this video have done....

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HWC wire relocate

Posted 2 weeks ago

Need a electrician to run wire to hwc

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Chandeliers

Posted 2 weeks ago

I need to have 2 - 3 chandeliers from France rewired and installed in my dining room living room and hallway.

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Extractor fan not working

Posted 4 days ago

Since the ceiling exhaust fan in our bathroom made a bang sound recently, it refuses to work. Please let me the quote to fix this (I assume no need to replace the vent). Vent cover square 17.3 cm x 17.3 cm. Duct diameter 15.3cm approx. Thanks!

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Wall Lights Are Tripping Fuse Box

Posted 1 week ago

In our Living Room, we have LED downlighting, as well as two wall lights(Photo attached). We have 2 x switches in the room for the lighting, one has a dimmer switch which does not work. (Photos attached). The lower light switch on each panel powers the two wall lights. Whenever we use either of these switches, it trips the power to various parts of the house. We then need to flick the switch in the fuse box to get power back. We'd appreciate help in understanding why this is happening, and how i...

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Move light switch

Posted 5 days ago

I need a light switch moved over about 500mm - it was installed in the middle of the wall.

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Light connections need replacing

Posted 1 week ago

General problem: I have five lights like those in the first two photos. The connections for all but two of them are loose or broken. Some of lights turn on, but only if the lights are angled a certain way at the connection. The pins are much smaller than the holes they connect to. One light appears not to work at all no matter the angle. One had a loose connection, but the wire has since frayed through as well near the point of connection. I imagine they all need to be replaced. I'm loo...

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Spa pool: dedicated 15amp power supply

Posted 1 week ago

Quote to install a 15amp dedicated power supply for a spa pool (tacoma 2-3 person spa) on deck near house.

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Paula KIMBLE

Posted 40 minutes ago

Installation of a bathroom heater, and advice on the best heater to buy. There is already power in bathroom, with a heated towel rail, which is not needed, so this power source could be used.

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26th May 2019

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Laundry new power sockets installation

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8th June 2019

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Several light fittings not working and needing replacement.

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9th May 2019

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Bathroom Extractor Fan

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5th April 2019

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 5
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 5
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Replace extractor fan above oven

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15th April 2019

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 4
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 5
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 5
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Power to Garage

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28th March 2019

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 5
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Pendant light installation

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14th April 2019

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Metre box cable

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3rd April 2019

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Electrical tidy up

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20th May 2019

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Repair for outdoor lighting and recessed lights

Work carried out by the owner/operator

14th May 2019

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outdoor powerpoint

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27th May 2019

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 5
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Fix/replace light dimming resistor in bedroom

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25th April 2019

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Residential electrical and lighting

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20th May 2019

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Kitchen renovation

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3rd April 2019

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 5
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 5
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Split Electrical Meter

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7th May 2019

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Bathroom extractor fan and heater installation

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25th May 2019

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Fix 3 way light switch

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General Electrical work

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23rd May 2019

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 5
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 5
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16th May 2019

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VElectrical

Joined March 2019

When you contact VElectrical, 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 with...

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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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siegelectric

Joined April 2011

Hi,I'm an electrician and electrical inspector, I'm mainly doing domestic work.I'm in business since more then 20 years. My quotes are competitive and my work is done in a professional manner

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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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Yes Electrical Ltd

Joined May 2019

HI, our qualified and Master Electricians take pride in our high standard of workmanship, customer care and reliability. Our family business has been sorting electrical problems all over Wellington since 2003. We’ll be on time, deliver what we say we will, care about your safety, deliver top workmanship and respect your property.

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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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Zech's Electrical Wellington

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. No call out fees charged between 8am to 5pm weekdays. Contact me on 02108506461. Thanks. Nelson

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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 if 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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Green Van Electrical

Joined July 2009

At Green Van Electrical we pride ourselves on friendly service with quality advice and workmanship. - Servicing the whole Wellington area - Kapiti Coast, Wellington central and Hutt Valley - Repairs, maintenance, new buildings, commercial and residential work; Specialising in solar technology advice and installation - call us to discuss your solar options. See our website to view some of...

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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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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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Kinetic Electrical

Joined August 2018

Hi, I've been in the industry for the last 15 years and come from a commercial/domestic background. We pride our selves on quality and great service. We guarantee all of our work and happy to quote any job regardless of value. We are a start up company in Wellington and keen to build new customer relationships. Give us a call.

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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 2015...

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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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Water and Gas Plumbing ltd

Joined April 2015

Water and Gas Plumbing LTD are one of the largest maintenance based plumbing companies in the Greater Wellington Area specializing in all aspects of plumbing, gas fitting, drain laying, roofing and building maintenance. We use the most advanced technology in the market to effectively diagnose problems quickly. Where required we can respond with the hour for emergency work, having completed over 7...

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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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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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Bramit Contracting

Joined March 2019

Bramit Contracting can supply to any of your needs. With three owners of which one is a builder, one is an electrician and one is a plumber, we can sort everything you need done for you, taking the stress away from the job and helping it to become a smooth, enjoyable process.

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Hydro plumbing maintenance ltd

Joined April 2015

If it needs water you need us. From everyday plumbing issues to full bathroom or kitchen renovations to installing appliances. We have a wide range of product knowledge specialising in maintenance plumbing. We offer all gasfitting from servicing to installing new appliances. We cater for every budget, work with the other tradies to get your job done on time. PROBLEM SOLVED!

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Spark of Life Electrical Ltd

Joined August 2017

Spark of Life electrical are specialist in the domestic and commercial market. We cover the following work. This includes alterations, new builds, office fit outs, maintenance, rewires general lighting, additional power outlets and much more. I am an electrician who brings reliability and honesty to all works commenced in your property, weither it is a big or small job we love to work to the best...

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