Gary's Electrical Service

Address: Bexley, NSW, 2207

Also Services: Arncliffe, Bexley, Kingsgrove, and Rockdale

04186147...

http://www.garyselectricalservice.com.au

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Gary’s Electrical Service ,On Time Reliable Electrical Service,we are a locally owned and operated small business operating out of the St George area of Sydney .We Provide Prompt on Time Quality Service at competitive rates.Payment can be made by cash,credit card cheque or direct deposit.

Gary's Electrical Service are fully insured and work with the customer to achieve the results they need.

Gary has over 20 years of extensive Electrical experience in the Domestic, Strata, Commercial, and Manufacturing & Industrial sectors, specialising in fault finding, repairs and small...

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28 August, 2013
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We had Gary change our old downlights with new led downlights. He did a great job, was well organised and has left out house a lot brighter! Michelle.
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Special Offers

led lights

Business Hours

Monday 7:00am to 5:30pm
Tuesday 7:00am to 5:00pm
Wednesday 7:00am to 5:00pm
Thursday 7:00am to 5:00pm
Friday 7:00am to 3:00pm
Saturday10:00am to 12:00pm
SundayClosed

Payment Options

  • Cash
  • Visa
  • Cheque
  • Mastercard
  • Eft
  • Eftpos

Services

Lights ~ Power ~ Safety Switches ~ Oven installs ~ Fans ~ Phone data Faultfinding ~ security lighting ~ Led Lighting

    Lights , Power, Safety switches, security lighting, safety switches, exhaust fans, faultfinding, phone line /data/ faultfinding, Ovens installed, rangehoods replaced,strata, Domestic, commercial all done on time with Quality Reliable Personal service .We work with you to achieve the outstanding result you want.  Allawah,  Alexandria, Arncliffe, Banksia, Bexley, Beverly Park, Bardwell valley, Blakehurst, Botany, Brighton Le Sands, Beverly Hills, Carrs Park, Carlton, Chifley, Coogee, Dolls Point, Earlwood, Green Square, Hurstville, Kensington, Kogarah, Kyeemagh, Kingsford, Kirrawee, Kingsgrove,  Little Bay, Matraville, Malabar, Marrickville, Maroubra, Mascot, Monterey, Moore Park, Mortdale, Oatley, Pagewood, Peakhurst, Penshurst, Ramsgate, Randwick, Rockdale, Rosebery,  Sans Souci, Sandringham, Wolli Creek

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I save on electricity costs? There are a number of different methods where I have listed a few. If using a combination of the following, your  electricity costs will decrease; Replace any incandescent or halogen lights with energy efficient lights such as LED lights. Use ceiling fans instead of air conditioning. If you have a time-of-day electricity meter, try to use as much energy (i.e. dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, pool pumps, etc), in the off Peak and Shoulder periods. You will save a If you have a hot water tank, try turning the temperature down a few degrees. Have shorter showers! Hot water tanks with Heat Pumps are also very efficient. As well as Solar Panels and Off-Peak systems. Make sure you turn off your lights when the room is not in use! Turn chargers, printers and computers off when not being used. Use energy efficient appliances. Dry clothes naturally. In winter, RUG UP to minimise heater use. Check with other energy suppliers to make sure your electricity rate from your electricity supplier is still competitive. If living in a Unit, check that your electricity meter number is the same as on your electricity bill. When you turn your main switch "off", your electricity usage on your meter should stop! If this doesn't happen, ring your energy supplier or your local electrician to check they haven't mixed the meters up!   Ensure that you have an Off-Peak meter that is listed as such, on your electricity bill. New suppliers on the market have missed this minor detail when switching over, charging the customer full rates! What smoke alarm should I install? There are 2 types of smoke alarms readily available, identified as the "Photo Electric" alarms and "Ionisation Alarms". Photo Electric alarms are less prone to false alarms and are recommended by the NSW Fire Brigade. If you are replacing or installing new smoke alarms, Gary recommends those with 10 year long-life lithium batteries. These are available @ 240 volt hard wired units with a back up battery as well as the normal battery operated alarms. It is recommended that at least 2 alarms be installed in each premises. Why should I replace my downlights to LED lights? LED lights use less power and can save you up to 80% off, of your power bill. LED lights can last up to 50000 hrs. Garys uses the most reliable LED lights on the market. Old Incandescent Downlight Globes and Transformers get quite hot, creating a potential fire risk if they come into contact with flammable materials such as leaves in the roof. LED lights do not get hot enough to do any damage. Why can't Telstra or Optus fix my phone line? If you have a phone/data  line problem, it is often impossible to get a technician out from the phone company to investigate. It is an often occurance that the phone companies will check the line to the street but dont however, wish to go onto the premises.In many homes and units the phone company will not trace the cables to connect or repair your phone or internet cable. Garys Electrical Service, can help! Contact Gary TODAY, on 0418614713. Why does my safety switch constantly trip out? If there is a current imbalance between the active and neutral, this will cause the safety switch to trip out. Frequent causes of tripping come from fridges, irons, toasters, hair dryers, washing machines, clothes dryers, gas cook top igniters and dishwashers. Unplug all of the suspect devices and attempt to reset the safety switch. If after unplugging all of the appliances from the power outlets, and the safety switch (RCD) cannot be reset, you will need to call an electrician to check the circuit and the RCD, itself. If the RCD does reset itself, plug in the appliances one by one until you find out what is tripping it.