29 Dec 2022

Happy New Year 2023 from Allyn White Electrical!

Wishing you all some well-deserved downtime with your family and friends and a very happy New Year to come.

We look forward to working with you again. Happy New Year!

We are open for business over the Christmas and New Year break. For a free quote by a licensed electrician call us on 0416 235 641 to discuss your electrical needs, including any electrical emergency!

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Allyn and Stella White
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22 Dec 2022

To our valued customers,

We really want to take the time to say thank you, to you, our valued customers.
We really do appreciate your support of local businesses like ours and your continued support of our local community!
We wish you a relaxing and happy time with your family and loved ones this Christmas—and all the very best for the coming year.

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Merry Christmas!
Allyn and Stella

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We are open over Christmas! Contact us on 0415 235 641 for any of our electrical services including any electrical emergency.

02 Dec 2022

Christmas is officially on its way and to make sure that you are safe to turn on your Christmas lights, follow the steps in our checklist below and stay safe this festive season.

As an electrical contractor, Allyn White Electrical does all kinds of industrial and commercial electrical installations as well as home electrical services and emergency electrical repairs. We are a family business with over 40+ years of experience so please call us on 0416235641. We are here to help.

08 Jul 2022
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Here is a selection of the most commonly asked questions by our customers. Please refer to the answers below and if you have a question that is not here visit our homepage or call us direct on 0416 235 641.

If you’re searching for the best-licensed electrician in the Brisbane area and surrounds (Alderley, Ashgrove, Bardon, Enoggera, Paddington, The Gap), look no further than Allyn White Electrical.

Q: Are you qualified and licensed?

Yes. I am a licensed and qualified electrician and electrical contractor, with over 40+ years of experience in all aspects of domestic, commercial, and industrial electrical work (small to large jobs) as well as emergency electrical call-outs.

Q: Why hire a licensed contractor?

Peace of mind! Electricity can kill. It is dangerous and illegal to do any work yourself. You can perform a license search to check if your electrician is licensed at Electrical Licence Search (ELIS).

Q: What is a safety switch?
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Safety switches are insurance against electric shock. They shut off the electricity supply when current leakage is detected. This avoids serious electric shock and possible electric burns by stopping the current flowing through a person.

Q: How do I know I have a safety switch?

The safety switch has a ‘T’ or ‘test’ button on the front face. If the devices in your switchboard do not have a test function, they are probably circuit breakers, not safety switches.

Q: Can I install a safety switch?
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No. Only a licensed electrician or an electrical contractor can install a safety switch. DIY electrical work is dangerous and illegal.

Q: I already have a safety switch; do I need additional ones?

You should consider having safety switches installed on all circuits in your home, including power points, lights, air conditioning, oven, hot water and pool equipment circuits, even if they are on a separate tariff.

Q: What happens if I can’t reset the safety switch?

This may mean that there is a fault on the circuit and will need the expertise of a licensed electrician to inspect and repair it.

Q: How often should I test my safety switch?
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The Electrical Safety Office recommends that push-button testing should be done every three months. As a reminder, test them every time you receive your quarterly electricity account or set up a reminder on your calendar. Simply push the button marked ‘T’ or ‘test’. If the safety switch flicks off and cuts the power to the intended circuits, it is working correctly. Check inside your home to see which lights or appliances have been turned off. The circuits turned off by the safety switch test mean they are protected by it. If it doesn’t turn off the power, contact your licensed electrician to check it immediately. After testing, turn the safety switch back on. For circuits with a refrigerator or air conditioner, wait two to three minutes before resetting to avoid possible appliance damage.

Q: How long will a safety switch last?

Under the current Australian standard, a safety switch is manufactured to last for a period of 4000 tests. Unless there is a significant problem with a device, it should last a lifetime.

Q: How do I know if I need extra safety switches?

If you’re not sure after looking at your switchboard, contact your electrician as they will be able to tell you which circuits are protected. Watch this short film that explains some of the differences to look for in your switchboard. View safety switch films.

Q: Will my safety switch always protect me?

A safety switch will turn off the power in a fraction of a second if a leakage of current to “earth” is detected. This can happen if there is a faulty power point or electrical appliance or you accidentally hit a live wire, but there may be instances where it doesn’t operate if a person is not earthed. So even if you have safety switches fitted, it is important to only use electrical equipment that is in good working order and only in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Always check for signs of damage and never attempt your own electrical repairs. Damaged electrical equipment and appliances should either be disposed of or repaired by an authorised service agent or licensed electrician. To ensure a safety switch continues to work correctly, you should self-test your safety switch test every three months. It cannot protect you if it is not working properly. Regular testing is the best way to ensure that it continues to work.

Q: What are my legal obligations?

The Queensland Government has a longstanding commitment to increasing electrical safety in the community by requiring the installation of safety switches on domestic premises. The following situations for domestic homes are required by law in Queensland.

All new homes built or extended after 1992 but before 2000

Safety switches have been compulsory on all new homes in Queensland since 1992. Safety switches must also be fitted to all power point circuits when a new electrical installation occurs, such as a general power outlet (GPO).

All new homes built or extended after 2000

Safety switches have been compulsory on all power point and lighting circuits for new Queensland homes built since 2000, following the change in Wiring Rules.

Homes that have had the electrical installation extended to include additional lighting and power point circuits are required to have safety switch protection on both lighting and power point circuits.

Buying a property

If you buy a property without a safety switch, you must install a safety switch for the power point circuits within three months of a property transfer. This applies to any transfer of domestic premises.

Selling a property

If you sell a property, you first establish if a safety switch is installed for power point circuits, which must be declared on the standard sales contract and Form 24 Property Transfer.

Renting a home

A landlord renting out a home must ensure a safety switch has been installed for the power points within six months of the tenancy agreement if there is not a safety switch already present.

Q: I have circuit breakers. Is that the same thing?
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Circuit breakers protect an electrical circuit by quickly cutting power when there is a high current fault or overload that may cause a hazard. A safety switch is different, it shuts off the electricity supply when it detects a leakage to earth. Circuit breakers are installed to protect circuit wiring and appliances, while safety switches protect people. Circuit Breakers can only be installed by qualified electricians. 

Q: I have new LED lights. Can you install them?
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Yes. We can install LED lights. We can also supply LED Lights if you require them. Ask us for our great rates.

Q: My hot water isn’t working; can you fix the hot water system?

Yes. We fix electric hot water systems.
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Q: What causes electric shocks?
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Faulty appliances, wrong repair and even naked wires can cause shocks. If you are worried about your power points, call a professional to inspect your home for peace of mind or to prevent any problems.

Q: How much does it cost?

The cost for an initial electrical service call is $150 this includes the first hour plus GST plus any materials required, (most small jobs are completed within the first hour) For bigger jobs it would be the initial service call of $150.00 which includes the first hour plus any additional hours required would be charged at $90 plus GST plus any materials required. 

Our charge-out rate remains the same for weekdays, weekends, after hours and even on public holidays.

Q: What areas do you service?

We operate in the inner suburbs of Brisbane which includes Alderley, Ashgrove, Brisbane CBD, Bardon, Bowen Hills, Chapel Hill, Enoggera, Fortitude Valley, Grange, Indooroopilly, Kenmore, Keperra, Milton, Mitchelton, Newmarket, Paddington, Red Hill, Rosalie, Stafford, The Gap, Toowong, Wilston, Windsor.

Q: What hours are you open?

Office hours are 8 am – 6 pm weekdays and most Saturdays or by appointment. If you require immediate assistance, our emergency service can be at most service locations within 30 minutes. We can also attend to electrical emergencies during the weekends and even on public holidays.

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Installation, repairs, upgrades, and lighting advice for your home and outdoor spaces. No matter what your home renovation plan calls for, you can trust Allyn White.

With over 40 plus years of experience in all aspects of domestic, industrial, commercial and emergency electrical work, Allyn will be able to assist with your electrical problems in Brisbane.

For a free quote by a licensed electrician call 0416 235 641 to arrange a time to discuss your electrical needs.

Our charge-out rate remains the same during the week, weekends and after hours, so don’t hesitate to contact us today!

14 Apr 2022

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04 Mar 2022

Right now, many of us have already been affected by devastating floods, and many more are at risk over the coming days. Our hearts go out to those who have been impacted. Stay safe!

It’s crucial you stay up-to-date for further warnings and advice through:

– Bureau of Meteorology
– Queensland Fire and Emergency Services
– Queensland Police
– ABC NEWS or your local radio station

Call 000 for life threatening, critical or serious emergency situations only!

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If you’re searching for the best licensed electrician in the Brisbane area and surrounds (Alderley, Ashgrove, Bardon, Newmarket, Paddington, Stafford, The Gap), look no further than Allyn White Electrical.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

Clean-up After a Flood

It’s important to clean-up safely after a storm and flooding.

  • Report fallen, low or damaged power lines to the emergency services and stay away from them.
  • Stay away from electrical signs, streetlights, electrical cables, foil insulation or other conductive material that may be lying around your house.
  • Stay away and don’t touch switchboards if they are damaged by water, fire or if lightning is close, and warn others to do the same.
  • Don’t do your own electrical work – it’s illegal and dangerous. Always use a licensed electrician, you can check your electrician is licensed using our Electrical Licence Search (ELIS)..
  • If you have a solar power generating system, avoid getting on the roof keep away from solar panels and their cables.

Electrical Appliances and Equipment

Using water-damaged equipment can cause electric shocks and fires so make sure you:

  • Dispose of water-affected electrical items, such as kettles, toasters, and televisions.
  • Have a licensed electrician check all water-damaged hard-wired electrical appliances, such as air-conditioning units or stoves, intended for reuse. This safety check may be required before the power supply can be reconnected.

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Property or Connection Damage

If your property or connecting line has been damaged by the storm or flood, you may need verification tests on your switchboard, wiring, equipment, and appliances to be carried out prior to reconnection to ensure the electrical circuits are still working.

A licensed electrician will need to perform this task and a certificate of test will ensure your local electricity distribution entity can reconnect your service.

Queensland Disaster management has more information about storm safety and actions to take before, during and after a storm.

Contact a Licensed Electrician in Brisbane for Your Home Electrical Maintenance, Repairs and Installations

Best Brisbane electrician | Allyn White Electrician

Installation, repairs, upgrades, lighting advice for your home and outdoor spaces. No matter what your home renovation plan calls for, you can trust Allyn White.

With over 45 years of experience in all aspects of domestic, industrial, commercial and emergency electrical work, Allyn will be able to assist with your electrical problems in Brisbane.

For a free quote by a licensed electrician call 0416 235 641 to arrange a time to discuss your electrical needs.

Our charge out rate remains the same during the week, weekends and after hours, so don’t hesitate to contact us today!

We are available for emergency calls.

Source: electricalsafety.qld.gov.au and disaster.qld.gov.au

24 Feb 2022
Some areas in our homes are often overlooked in spaces like hallways. Lighting is key to transforming a space and creating that WOW factor and feel.
While you’re busy configuring the light fixtures and ambience for the rest of your home, here’s a friendly design reminder: Don’t neglect your hallway space. While some may dismiss the hallway as a space that’s simply meant for walking through, it’s so much more as it often serves as the first impression of your home so give it a focal point on entry.

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If you’re searching for the best licensed electrician in the Brisbane area and surrounds (Alderley, Ashgrove, Bardon, Newmarket, Paddington, Stafford, The Gap), look no further than Allyn White Electrical.


When looking at your hallway design, you shouldn’t take a one-size-fits-all approach. Just like for the other spaces in your home, there are three types of lighting to consider when lighting a hallway. The first is the ambient lighting. This is the overall light that allows you to use the space, and it functions as good daylight would.

Next comes task lighting. This is the illumination that allows you to perform specific actions. If we were talking kitchens, this might be chopping and mixing; in the living room, it could be reading or sewing, for example. In the hall? If it’s big enough, you might have a desk area in which to work, but even in a small hall, you might need concentrated light to check if you have your car keys or tie your shoelaces before leaving your home.

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Finally, there’s a feature or accent lighting. This draws attention to a particular aspect of the space. When lighting a hallway that focus could be artwork on the wall, a mirror, or perhaps a piece of furniture. However, it could also be used to wash light over a wall, for example, to create a decorative effect that adds interest to the space.
Top 5 key things to consider for your hallway lighting design.

1. Review the height of your ceiling before you buy

If your hall has a high ceiling, go for suspended lights or a chandelier – traditional or modern – to introduce a focal point in the space. Recessed ceiling lights can be a good solution if the height of the hall isn’t generous, as can scaled-down downlights.

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2. Create a focal point with hallway lighting

Let your hallway lighting do the talking with a simple design that catches the eye. A clear shade that shows off the bulbs won’t look obtrusive in a small or narrow hallway. As there is often little room for furniture, hallways can be rather drab. Interesting light fittings are a great way to add interest and set the tone for the rest of your design.

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An oversize pendant will add a decorative flourish without compromising the space. If you have space for a small console table, a table lamp adds a note of warmth and inviting welcome to your home.

3. Choose different light sources to serve different purposes

When it comes to lighting a hallway it’s important to think about the atmosphere you’re looking to create. You may want a top light for practical, day-to-day use and a table lamp for a warmer, more atmospheric feel when your guests, family and friends come over. The combination of both within a space allows for versatility while adding interest and texture.

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The hallway is the entrance to your home, so it’s vital to create a warm, inviting feel the minute you step through the door. To avoid a gloomy, dark corridor ensure your lighting comes from several sources. A pendant hung at the beginning of the hallway will only throw light down onto that section, so consider the addition of wall lights to create a pool of light running along the corridor.

4. Use wall lighting to illuminate specific space

This is one of the best hall lighting ideas for those blessed with a bigger hallway! In addition to adding a touch of sophistication, wall lighting is a great option if you need to illuminate a specific space – perhaps a coat storage unit or console or hallway table. As well as serving a practical purpose, they are a nice alternative if you want to create a statement look but don’t have a high enough ceiling for a chandelier or pendant lighting.

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5. Keep it subtle

For a more subtle glow for small spaces, consider a wall light (these can be installed with or without a dimmer switch) as the wall light will cast light downward giving your hallway space a cozy feeling.

Contact a Licensed Electrician in Brisbane for Your Home Electrical Maintenance, Repairs and Installations

Best Brisbane electrician | Allyn White Electrician

Installation, repairs, upgrades, lighting advice for your home and outdoor spaces. No matter what your home renovation plan calls for, you can trust Allyn White.

With over 45 years of experience in all aspects of domestic, industrial, commercial and emergency electrical work, Allyn will be able to assist with your electrical problems in Brisbane.

For a free quote by a licensed electrician call 0416 235 641 to arrange a time to discuss your electrical needs.

Our charge out rate remains the same during the week, weekends and after hours, so don’t hesitate to contact us today!

Source: realhomes.com

18 Feb 2022

Reasons Why You Should Never DIY Electrical Work

With advanced technologies these days, it’s easy for us to find DIY videos online, on how to fix electrical problems in our homes. However, tinkering with cables can be dangerous if done by an unqualified amateur. This is when a licensed electrical contractor or a professional electrician in Brisbane can help you.

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If you’re searching for the best licensed electrician in the Brisbane area and surrounds (Alderley, Ashgrove, Bardon, Newmarket, Paddington, Stafford, The Gap), look no further than Allyn White Electrical.


Whether you are looking to repair your existing electrical wiring, or you want to give electrical supply to a new house, it’s never advisable to carry out any electrical jobs on your own. You should always remember that electricity handling is a specialised industry, and requires qualified trade professionals.

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Professional electrical contractors offer you quality commercial and residential electrical installation, repair and maintenance services.

Is it Worth Saving a Bit of Time and Money?

You might think that skimping on professional workmanship will save you a couple of bucks (and a little bit of time), but you can’t be so sure when it comes to electricity. Its unpredictable nature means it should only ever be attended to by a licensed and qualified tradesman.

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Something so seemingly simple as a flickering light or tripping safety switch is still likely to be beyond your abilities, and the damage from unqualified electrical work can cost you more than you would have invested in the first place.

Reasons Why You Should NEVER DIY Your Electrical Work

Electric shocks and high voltage electrical injuries can lead to death. It’s that simple. The temptation to DIY your electrical problems to save money is just not worth the risk when you can ensure everyone’s safety with work from a professional.

Electrical work can be complicated and is always best left to the professionals to avoid some of the following risks:

It’s Illegal to Do Your Own Electrical Work in Queensland

In Queensland, electrical safety inspectors investigate and prosecute unlicensed work.

Aside from being illegal, people who perform unlicensed and DIY electrical work risk contact with electricity, which can have deadly consequences for them as well as for the users or anyone else who comes into contact with the electrical installation or equipment which may accidentally be left in an unsafe state. This danger may not be immediately apparent and often only becomes evident in a fault situation, or may develop over time.

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Major property damage from an electrical fire is also a risk and if it was the result of illegal electrical work, your insurer may refuse the claim.

No Training or Licence

Qualified electricians have the proper training and licences that not only make sure they are safe throughout the repairs, but all occupants are as well. If you are not a licensed electrician, any repairs you make may land you in trouble. Professional electricians will likely save you time while lowering the risks present when dealing with electricity.

DIY Electrical Work Has Hidden Dangers

Many electrical components sit within the walls of your home, of which the exact schematics may not be known to you. There may be a range of hidden connections that, if disturbed, can cause potential dangers and the possibility of surprise electric shocks. Professional electricians ensure that cables are installed in safe locations to avoid accidents.

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Fire Hazards

Electrical faults from defective repairs can lead to house fires. Your DIY knowledge level can create a risk of significant damage if your repair fails to meet the set standards. DIY electrical repairs can easily mean faulty or exposed cabling, which can lead to a short circuit and potential electrical fire.

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Electrocution

When handling your own electrical repairs, you are at a high risk of electrical shock. In some instances, electric shock can be mild, but a high voltage shock can lead to significant injury or death. Appliances such as ovens have a higher level of voltage, and a slight mistake when working on these implements can lead to fatal electrocution.

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More Significant Costs in the Future

If you are not a qualified electrician, small mistakes or quick fixes can lead to other, more expensive problems down the track. Electrical mistakes often have future implications, and most DIY projects involve trial-and-error, which, when it comes to electrical work, can be hazardous. A lack of understanding of your electrical circuits can lead to disastrous situations that will have you calling a professional anyway.

Contact a Licensed Electrician in Brisbane for Your Home Electrical Maintenance, Repairs and Installations

Best Brisbane electrician | Allyn White Electrician

Installation, repairs, upgrades, lighting advice for your home and outdoor spaces. No matter what your home renovation plan calls for, you can trust Allyn White.

With over 45 years of experience in all aspects of domestic, industrial, commercial and emergency electrical work, Allyn will be able to assist with your electrical problems in Brisbane.

For a free quote by a licensed electrician call 0416 235 641 to arrange a time to discuss your electrical needs.

Our charge out rate remains the same during the week, weekends and after hours, so don’t hesitate to contact us today!

Source: fluorescentmanlighting.com, kennerelectrics.com.au, briggselectrical.com.au, electricalsafety.qld.gov.au

08 Feb 2022

Since everything we use these days runs on electricity, most homes have multiple power outlets and/or power boards in every room that are used constantly. But is it safe and do you have enough powerpoints to support your electrical needs? This is why you should always exercise extreme caution whenever you’re dealing with electricity. Never overload your electrical powerpoints.

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These days, we demand a lot from our powerpoints with more and more appliances that we use in our homes on a daily basis. Not only is it unsightly (that’s why they’re behind the sofa, right?), it can pose a dangerous hazard as well.

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What Is an Electrical Powerpoint Overload?

Electrical power points and electrical circuits are designed to handle a limited amount of electricity. Circuits are made up of wiring, a breaker (or a fuse, in old wiring systems), and devices (such as light fixtures, appliances, and anything plugged into an outlet). The electricity usage of each device (when running) adds to the total LOAD on your PowerPoint and the circuit. Exceeding the rated load for the circuit wiring causes the circuit breaker to trip, shutting off the power to the entire circuit.

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How To Spot A Circuit Overload

Every household’s meter box contains a series of overload protection devices, which are designed to cut power to particular circuits when the amperage has been exceeded. Generally, the two main devices are fuses and circuit breakers.
The most obvious sign of an electrical circuit overload is a breaker tripping and shutting off all the power. Other signs can be less noticeable:

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• Dimming lights, especially if lights dim when you turn on appliances or more lights.
• Buzzing outlets or switches.
• Outlet or switch covers that are warm to the touch.
• Burning odours from outlets or switches.
• Scorched plugs or outlets.
• Power tools, appliances, or electronics that seem to lack sufficient power.

If a fuse or circuit breaker blows or trips in your meter box, then it usually means there is a problem with the circuit. This can cause an electrical overload that can lead to major electrical problems.

How To Protect Your House Against An Overload Electrical Circuit

 

Never Piggyback On Too Many Appliances

Many older style homes have only one or two power points per room, so the temptation is to plug in a double adaptor or power board to increase the number of outlets. This is quite acceptable, providing they are used in moderation.

The problem occurs when people piggyback one double adaptor on top of another or plug double adaptors into power boards and even power boards into power boards. This is guaranteed to exceed the circuit’s amperage and is a house fire waiting to happen.

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The alternative is to only use appliances one or two at a time, to turn appliances off or unplug them when not in use, or ideally to have an electrician install another PowerPoint in the room.

Know Your Electrical System

Your home’s electrical system is potentially more complicated and dangerous than you realise.
The best way to avoid overloading your power circuit is to know what circuits run through which part of the house and what powerpoints belong to which circuit. This way you can easily avoid demanding too much from your power circuits.

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Familiarise yourself with the location of your power meter, fuse box and switchboard. But most importantly, if you are ever concerned or have any electrical problems in Brisbane, let a licensed electrician like Allyn White Electrical to take care of it and never try to do any electrical DIY works yourself.

Have Electrical Items Tagged And Tested

At Allyn White Electrical we also offer (test and tag) tagging and testing services and will test your power boards and portable electronic equipment. We will also look for noticeable damage and will perform electrical tests to look for polarity, earth resistance, leakage current and insulation resistance. We will then tag them to confirm their safety.

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Organise An Electrical Safety Inspection

Organise for an electrical inspection with Allyn White Electrical to check on load levels which is the best way to protect against overload. As a licensed electrician and electrical contractor, Allyn White Electrical will also be able to suggest an electrical design solution that best suits your needs and prevents you from having to resort to unsafe methods of powering your appliances.

Contact a Licensed Electrician in Brisbane for Your Home Electrical Maintenance, Repairs and Installations

Best Brisbane electrician | Allyn White Electrician

Installation, repairs, upgrades, lighting advice for your home and outdoor spaces. No matter what your home renovation plan calls for, you can trust Allyn White.

With over 45 years of experience in all aspects of domestic, industrial, commercial and emergency electrical work, Allyn will be able to assist with your electrical problems in Brisbane.

For a free quote by a licensed electrician call 0416 235 641 to arrange a time to discuss your electrical needs.

Our charge out rate remains the same during the week, weekends and after hours, so don’t hesitate to contact us today!

Source: platinumelectricians.com.au, thespruce.com, gordonpowers.com.au, fusecontracting.com.au, peakvoltage.com.au