• Electricians in Woodville

  • Fawcett Electrical

    You know you’ve got a good electrician when you don’t even have to call to keep your electrical system working well. This is the Fawcett difference. It’s what we call dedication to our clients. No more trying to remember when you upgrade is due. With us, wecontact you and come to your house at a time that fits your schedule. Because when it comes to our customers, we really care.If you’re searching for a reliable, experienced electrician that you can trust to take care of your electrical system, call Fawcett. Get in touch with us today on 1300 329 238, if you live in Woodville (5011, SA)

    About Fawcett Electrical/ Get a free quote

    Fawcett Electricals is your go-to for electrical services if you live in Adelaide. We’ve been providing reliable electrical services for the past several years to all types of businesses and homes. Our electricians are fully certified, experienced and highly trained – and can cater to any electrical needs. From repairs, to system and machine evaluation, rewiring, switchboard upgrading, rewiring, we do it all. We understand just how important your home is to you… because we live in our own special home too. We go above and beyond your expectations each time – delivering high-end electrical services at an affordable price.

    3 tasks to leave to your electrician

    Your entire home or business relies on your electrical system and the appliances. And while there are some things you can do like changing a light bulb, switching out a battery or resetting a tripped fuse, there are also things you can’t do. Electrical tasks such as:

    1.Switchboard

    Your switchboard is the heart of your electrical system. It directs the electricity from a larger source to all the appliances and devices that depend on it. Poor handling can cause a lot of damage, so it’s best to let your electrician be the only one who knows how to work with it.

    2.Testing and tagging

    Testing and tagging appliances is a job best left to an electrician. We’re the ones who know how to test appliances and what issues to look out for. If you don’t tag correctly, this can lead to miscommunicationswith your next electrician – resulting in potential faults down the track.

    3.Safety switch installations

    Safety switches are like the guards of your electrical system. They turn off your electricity when a fault is detected. Ifthey’re not functioning well, your electrical system can become overloaded and an electrical shortage or fire might be the result.

    Protect your electrical system by leaving it in the trusted hands of a capable electrician.