Why Hire an Energex Subdivision Building Consultant?

If you're building a new subdivision in South-East Queensland, then you have to plan out a power supply for the project that meets the approval of the Energex network. In addition to a reticulation network that delivers powers to the homes on the land, you might also need to incorporate other electrical functions like street lighting. You can't simply do this work yourself. You will need to hire an accredited electrical subdivision consultant. Read More 

Power Installation Project Surveys Explained

Regardless of the scale of the project, all power installation projects should be left to licensed electricians. The electrician will employ their skills and experience to get the job done right. Surveys are an important tool that electricians use to ensure the success of your power installation project on several fronts. There are two main types of surveys, and here is a look at the purpose that each serves. 1. Pre-Installation Survey Read More 

Signs You Need Electrical Repairs

Electricity is one of humanity's greatest inventions, and nowadays, it is impossible to imagine life without electricity just like you cannot imagine living without the internet. In the last decade, there have been thousands electric shocks reported in Western Australia. Most of these incidents occur in the home and some have resulted in fatalities. Electric fires can be difficult to contain, and the moment you notice any strange electrical activity, you need to call an electrician. Read More 

Warning Signs That Your Water Heater Needs Emergency Repair

Most people do not sense when their water heater is about to fail them. They will only realise their unit has issues when they get cold water instead of the expected hot water when showering. The unpleasant surprise may not go down well, especially during the cold season. However, this is something you can avoid if you know how to spot signs of possible failure of your hot water system. Read More 

Mining Equipment: How to Prevent Electrical Accidents

The use of electrical equipment in mining operations is essential but dangerous. Therefore, if you are in charge of this type of worksite, you must ensure that safety is prioritised. You should keep in mind that the mining environment has hostile conditions. Therefore, a simple electrical mishap, which would be resolved quickly in other commercial and industrial operations, could turn into a catastrophe. For instance, sparks in an area with trapped gas could result in a dangerous fire. Read More