30 Dec 2020
A brand new kitchen can effortlessly blend comfort, beauty and convenience, and it can help to create the perfect sanctuary where the family can congregate … any time of the day! Here are our top 5 reasons to renovate your kitchen.

1. A New Kitchen Encourages Homemade Meals

One of the biggest trends in family lifestyle is the move towards more home-cooked healthier meals in Australia. Increased counter space, new appliances and a brand-new feel to a kitchen encourage more people to stay home and cook rather than eating out. Providing a space where children feel like cooking and helping in the kitchen is also a significant benefit for a renovation.

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23 Dec 2020
Merry Christmas from Allyn White Electrical!
To our valued customers,
Hard to believe that 2020 is quickly coming to an end. We have received so much love and support this year and we really want to take the time to say thank you, to you, our valued customers. Without you, it wouldn’t have been possible!
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.
Warm regards,
For any after-hours emergency electrical in Bardon, Brisbane, contact Allyn White Electrical on 0416 235 641.


17 Dec 2020
Electrician working on cables in a construction building. If you need to do a pre-purchase electrical inspection, contact Allyn White now!

Before buying a property, it is essential that we carry out pre-purchase electrical inspections. Regular electrical inspections will help ensure your home or business is electrically safe protecting your family or your staff. We offer comprehensive electrical inspections for any sized house or building.

Why should I get an electrical inspection?

There are several reasons why you should have regular electrical inspections. The most important reason, of course, is safety. Without regular thorough electrical inspections, the first sign that there is something wrong is when there is a major problem, like a fire or an electrical accident.

By having regular electrical inspections, you can reduce the chances of major electrical faults.

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17 Dec 2020
Man, an electrical technician working in a switchboard with fuses. Installation and connection of electrical equipment. Professional with tools in hand.

In Australia, up to 40 per cent of all residential fires can be attributed to some form of electrical failure or fault. Whilst some of these may be prevented through more careful practices, such as not leaving a mobile phone to charde near flammable materials, others can be directly attributed to overloaded electrical circuits, faulty electrical appliances, and deteriorated wiring.

As your home ages and the demands on electrical systems increase, so too does the importance of remaining vigilant to signs of wiring degradation. Even homes built in the 1990s will not have been wired to cope with the electrical demands of modern technology, which may be beyond their capacity.

Why should you rewire a house?

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03 Dec 2020
Christmas is officially on its way and Santa is here to make sure that you are safe to light up those spectacular lights!
Follow the steps in our checklist below to Christmas electrical safety and stay safe over this festive season.
Santa's Stay Safe Christmas Checklist is here! Follow these steps to be safe over this festive seasons or contact Allyn White Electrical for more information!
Santa's Stay Safe Christmas Checklist is here! Follow these steps to be safe over this festive seasons or contact Allyn White Electrical for more information!
If you are looking for the best electrician in Bardon, Alderley, and Ashgrove, contact Allyn White Electrical today. We are here to help.
01 Nov 2016

Fire and Emergency Services (Domestic Smoke Alarms) Amendment Bill 2016

From January 1, 2017 only Photoelectric smoke alarms can be installed in new buildings or as replacements in existing buildings.


  • All bedrooms and hallways are to have interconnected smoke alarms.
  • Rental properties must comply to the new code when there is a new tenant or a new lease for an existing tenant. This also applies when there are renovations or sale of the property. All rental properties must comply with the new code within 5 years from 1st January 2017.
  • New houses or significant renovations or sale of existing houses must comply to the new code from January 1, 2017. All private houses must comply to the new code within 10 years from January 1, 2017.


If you need any help installing the photoelectric smoke alarms or have any questions don’t hesitate to call Allyn White electrical.


For more information please see this white-paper : https://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/Bills/55PDF/2016/B15_0421_Fire_and_Emergency_Services_(Domestic_Smoke_Alarms)_Amendment_Bill_2016.pdf