Looking for a local, certified Electrician? Well you've come to the right place! Post your electrical job with Service Central and we'll instantly notify our registered electricians of your job. No more calling around, repeating yourself time and time again - simply say it once and we'll spread the word. The electricians will come to you!
To top it off, Service Central only allows certified, licensed electricians on its network - so you know you'll be getting the best electricians in your area, whether it's a Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne electrician you're after. The electrical systems in your home or office are extremely complicated - and potentially dangerous - so only a licensed electrician should carry out any installations or repairs.
Post your job with Service Central, and we'll find an electrical contractor to help you with your electrical repairs, installation, or anything else you need.
Our lives are becoming increasingly reliant on electrical appliances and gadgetry, with home entertainment systems, security systems, network and data cabling and more filling our houses. Risking your rewiring, repairs or installations to a random number from a phone directory could be a costly mistake. Service Central's feedback system ensures your electrician measures up.
There are over 120,000 electricians working in Australia today*. With Service Central's unique matching system, you're only getting calls from those ideally suited to your job. Service Central also ensures your electrician is qualified, licensed and fully insured, and we make sure the job gets done properly. You can even set your own price range, and specify the date you want them to show up.
From power points or light installation to helping you automate your home, big jobs or small, Service Central ensures you find a reliable, qualified, licensed electrician who can help you with your job quickly.* Electrical Connection magazine
All Service Central electricians are licenced, insured and certified.
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Every electrician at Service Central is subject to strict quality criteria and ongoing compliance checks.
Each business must be properly registered, insured and qualified.
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One of the best ways to reduce the costs of calling out an electrician is to simply get more value out of their time. You're paying a call out fee and an hourly rate, so make the most of the call out by adding a couple of jobs to your sparkie's list. Here are some ideas:by Service Central · Leave a Comment
If you're thinking about rewiring your house, it's useful to check out our price guide for electricians, but this article provides some additional information about the process. As with most electrical jobs, it can be difficult to quote anything specific without further consultation, but this guide should give you a general idea about what to expect from your tradesperson.by Service Central · Leave a Comment
We all know that the Electricians are the Rock Stars of the Tradies, but what do they do? Well, sometimes its not until you let the amateurs have a go at wiring up their renovation that you see just how bad (funny??) things can be. Check out how much of a mess this guy has made! How on earth did he do it?by Danial Ahchow · Leave a Comment
It's true, black kitchens are so hot right now. Matte Black, Gloss Black, Black Black, doesn't matter. Here are 10 reasons you'd be a fool not to embrace the black kitchen trend.by Brodie Norris · Leave a Comment
The single most irritating aspect of any home? Keeping track of all of those wires, chargers and cords that seem to breed in the crevices of every living room around the country. Get your electronic life under control and end the eternal struggle of finding the right cord for the right gadget - get a cable-hiding unit! Electronic charging stations are picking up around the world, with large retailers and internet companies beginning to offer custom-designed products which imitate the DIY solutions people have been making at home.by Ingrid Schreiber · Leave a Comment
Service Central is always looking for quality, reliable electricians to join our national network.
Our members gain access to work across Australia with guaranteed results.
This advertisement on realestate.com.au certainly thinks so! Apparently the property has "a Plumbers yard next door and a number of developments being built in the area" making it the prime choice for a lady looking to meet a tradie!by Pauline Hill · Leave a Comment
His forearms glistened with sweat as his fingers inched closer to their destination. Moving swiftly, forcefully and with precision, he twisted and turned, grunting in concentration. His breath quickened as he thrust his tool further and further into the opening until, with one final push, he emerged drenched in sweat and with a grin. “Looks like that leak’s all fixed up now then, Ms Mitchell.” Does this sound familiar? Never fear – with these handy pick-up lines, you’ll be rustling up a bit of tradie-love in no time at all.by Ingrid Schreiber · Leave a Comment
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