Daniel Pelle is your local, experienced and licensed electrician. He is friendly, enthusiastic and has been in the industry since 2010. He prides himself on offering good old-fashioned customer service, where nothing is too much trouble.
Daniel Pelle is your local, licensed electrician. He is friendly, enthusiastic and has been in the industry since 2010. He prides himself on offering good old-fashioned customer service, where nothing is too much trouble.
When Daniel gets a new customer, they are customers for life because he always makes sure they are completely happy with everything he does. This is why he gets so many word-of-mouth referrals.
Daniel will take care of all your electrical needs large or small, from electrical services for owner-builder renovations to adding or upgrading power points, and everything in between. He will come to your home at a convenient time for you and offer honest, no nonsense advice about the most cost-effective solution for your needs.
Daniel can install or upgrade any type of lighting in and around your home. From outdoor lighting for your patio, to energy-efficient LED downlights for your living areas, which will help to save on your electricity bill.
LED stands for light emitting diodes. LED lights are small, solid light bulbs which are extremely energy-efficient and long lasting. The benefits of using LED lighting in and around your home are many and include:
Daniel is happy to offer advice and can install and/or supply top quality LED lighting for your whole home or just for one room.
With the right choice of outdoor lighting, you can turn your back yard into an outdoor entertaining area. Daniel can install feature lighting in different areas such as decking lights, spotlights to highlight trees and shrubs, and lights for around your pool area. It will be like extending your home, but without the huge cost!
Most homes don’t have enough power points. It’s not a good idea to overload power outlets with adaptors and extension leads to solve the problem, as this can be extremely dangerous. The safe solution is to ask Pelle Electrical Services to change your single power points into double or quad power points and also to add extra power points wherever you need them.
The best way to protect your home, family and electrical appliances is with a safety switch (RCD) and a surge arrester. A safety switch will automatically shut off the electrical supply when current is detected leaking from faulty switches, wiring or electrical appliances. In short, they save lives.
Lightning strikes, faulty wiring and damaged power lines can cause surges or voltage strikes. A surge arrester will protect your valuable electronic equipment from serious damage.
Pelle Electrical Services can come and check your switchboard and make sure you have the right switches installed and that they are working correctly.
Every power outlet in your home is designed to deliver a certain amount of energy, but when this amount of energy is exceeded, a range of problems can occur, including damaged appliances, tripped circuit breakers and electrical fires.
Faulty wiring is one of the five most common causes of electrical fires. Fortunately, there are a few warning signs, so the problem can be fixed before it causes any major damage.
Power boards can be a useful way to increase the number of power outlets in your home, but only if they are used safely and correctly. Here’s what you should and shouldn’t do.
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