Steve has been in the industry since 2001 and offers high-quality workmanship to local residents. He is reliable, friendly and will leave everything clean and tidy when he has finished the job.
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Steve Eather of SJE Electrical is your local electrician. He has been in the industry since 2001 and can help you with all your electrical work around the home. Steve takes great pride in his professionalism and with his expertise you can rest assured that all workmanship is of the highest quality every single time.
He can offer advice and make suggestions for all electrical work around your home including lighting design. Steve and his team are reliable and friendly, and his customers appreciate the respect that is shown to their homes. They are very particular about leaving your home the way they found it, so no dust, rubbish or mess is left behind.
SJE Electrical can help you with:
It’s a fact, safety switches save lives. The best way to protect yourself and your family is to make sure you have safety switches (RCDs) installed in your switchboard. A safety switch will automatically shut off the electrical supply when current is detected leaking from faulty switches, wiring or electrical appliances. Call Steve and his team and they will check your switchboard, and install them if necessary. They can also check that the safety switches you have are working properly.
Lightning strikes, faulty wiring and damaged power lines can cause surges or voltage strikes, which can seriously damage your electrical equipment. A surge arrester installed in your switchboard will protect your valuable electronic equipment.
Hardwired smoke alarms are mandatory in new and renovated houses, but Steve recommends older homes also have them installed. This is the best way for early smoke detection, keeping you and your family safe in the event of a fire. With a hardwired smoke alarm, you don’t have to worry about the battery running out and the smoke alarm failing offers a smoke alarm installation service and they can also advise on the type and position of the smoke alarm for maximum effectiveness.
Most homes have a shortage of power points and people tend to overload the power outlets they have with adaptors and extension cords, which can be very dangerous. The sensible and safe solution is to ask Steve and his team to change your single power points into double power points and also to add extra power points wherever you need them.
Make the most of your outdoor areas all year round with attractive and functional outdoor lighting. If you have a deck or patio area, with lighting installed, it’s as good as an extension without the cost. A combination of uplights as well as lights installed on outdoor structures will be very effective. You could also light paths, driveways, garages and entries to keep your home safe after dark. The more lights you have, the safer your outdoor areas will be. Call SJE Electrical and they can advise you on the best combination and positioning of lights.
Lighting can contribute to over 30% of a household’s total electricity bill. By asking Steve to replace your existing lighting with energy-efficient LED lights, you will save money, and also receive other benefits such as:
Whatever your electrical requirements, call Steve and his team for a job well done.
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