Jason has over 12 years' electrical experience, local area knowledge and offers high-quality workmanship every single time. No job is too big or too small, and he will always clean up when the job is finished.
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Jason Brown from The Electrical Company is your local, expert electrician. He has 12 years’ industry experience, so whatever your electrical problem or project, he’ll be able to help.
Jason prides himself on offering high quality workmanship and great customer service. He is honest, reliable and friendly and is happy to offer suggestions and advice if required. He can often suggest a better or more cost-effective way for you to achieve the result you are looking for.
Jason offers high quality work at a competitive price. He has fixed prices for some jobs such as power points and downlights, and can give you a written quote for larger, more complex jobs. He can also offer special discounts for multiples of the same job, such as 2 or more power points or multiple downlights.
Let’s face it, most homes don’t have enough power points and residents turn to power boards and extension cords instead. But doing this can lead to overloading and overheating, which in turn can be a fire hazard. Jason can turn single points into double or quad power points and also add extra power points in areas where they are needed.
Jason can come to your home and carry out a full electrical safety test. This will identify any small problems which can be fixed before they turn into big ones. It will identify if any electrical circuits or equipment is overloaded, reveal any hazards such as live wires, and identify any dodgy, non-compliant electrical work. This is highly recommended for older homes and those which have been renovated.
If you have a home that’s over 25 years old, you might not have a safety switch in your switchboard. Installing a safety switch (RCD) is an inexpensive way to protect you and your family from electric shocks, by shutting down the power supply when current is detected leaking from faulty switches, wiring or electrical appliances. Jason can take a look at your switchboard to make sure you are fully protected and install an RCD if you need one.
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:
Jason can help you reduce your electricity bills by replacing power burning halogen lights with modern, energy-efficient LED lighting. He is happy to offer advice and can install and/or supply top quality LED lighting for your whole home or just for one room.
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.
In the bathroom, the most important function of your exhaust fan is to draw warm, humid air out of the room during a hot shower, which prevents mould and mildew from forming. But your exhaust fan can still draw out your cooling and heating, even when it's switched off
When it comes to lighting your home, don't forget the outdoor areas
LED lighting. Good for your budget and good for the environment
Great news! Now you can plug in and power up at the same time.
Many of us are now working from home and life will be so much easier if your work area is properly prepared. Here are three things you can do to create a great working space.
We're still looking for that one local business to join Little Aussie's recommended business network. So to help you in the meantime, here are a few businesses near your home that you can choose from.