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Do you have relevant qualifications?
Yes, Mick is trade qualified, has been an electrician for over 20 years and is a licensed electrician:
License No: 38649
Contractors license: 78103
What safety management system do you use?
We use the NECA Safe Workplace Health and Safety Network and are obliged to ensure a safe working environment.
Are you licensed, bonded, and insured?
Would you have warranty?
We supply only the best products which come with their own warranty.
Does Tate charge for estimates?
We offer free quotes because we believe we offer the best service to our clients.
Do you do solar panel installations?
We work in conjunction with a Solar Professional to ensure that you get the best deal on your Solar
Do you offer home inspections?
We can offer the service of home inspections to prospective home buyers to ensure the house/business is electrically safe, and will alert you if there are upgrades required to meet the Australian National Standards
How soon can you get here?
We can be quite flexible to your needs. If same day service is required we can provide this, however, we do need to consider emergency situations as priority.
Do you have emergency service?
Yes, we offer a 24/7 service to emergency callouts and our rates are VERY competitive compared to many other contractors
Is my job too small for you? Is my job too big for you?
As our motto states: theres no job too big or small … just give Mick the sparky a call
Do you offer discounts?
Yes, we offer a discount for pensioners and veterans.
Do you work on historical homes? Mobile homes? Hot tubs? Parking Lot lights? Etc.?
Mick has experience in almost ALL areas of electrical work. This is one of the benefits of choosing us. In fact we’ve had other electricians call us for technical advice.
How can I reduce my electricity bill?
There are several ways that this can happen. Utilising your controlled tariff options through your energy provider, electrician is required to complete. Installing a solar system and use the converted energy to power your home. Using more energy efficient appliances and fittings eg. Light fittings (LED), appliances with higher efficiency ratings.
How much does it cost to run my heater?
There is a rating on the side of your heater in watts (eg. 2kw or 200watts) therefore every hour the heater runs, you use 2 units of energy x the Energy providers kilowatt/hour rate x amount of hours per day x monthly bill (in days) For example: 2kw x 3 (hours @ night) x 27c x 90 = $145.80 per month to run the heater.
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