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Whether you are looking for a Gold Coast electrician to repair your smoke alarm systems, install new solar panels, or replace faulty wiring, our team of electrical contractors will be there to help you. Our highly professional and experienced Gold Coast electrical contractors are trained to deal with all your domestic and commercial electrical requirements.

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SOLAR INSTALLATION

From general solar guidance and advice to complete solar installations and maintenance, Ledger Electrical is the best solar company Gold Coast has to offer. We offer a variety of solar energy solutions for both homes and businesses across the GC. As one of Gold Coasts’ leading solar installation companies, we’re committed to helping others embrace the many benefits of relying on a sustainable, renewable source for energy production.

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ELECTRICAL REAL ESTATE WORK

Ledger Electrical provides Highly Trained & skilled Gold Coast Electricians with the required necessities and capabilities to cope with all electrical real estate work. We will provide our quality services in a prompt and professional manner and only employ qualified technicians across the Gold Coast. Ledger Electrical has always been committed to delivering only the highest levels of skilled workmanship and outstanding customer service, which is what has separated us from all of our competitors on the Gold Coast.

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ABOUT LEDGER ELECTRICAL

With over 13+ years of experience in the Gold Coast Electrical industry, Ledger Electrical has a proven track record of high service standards, reliable communication, and great customer service. Our team is fully licensed Master Electricians, offering a vast array of electrical services throughout the Gold Coast area.

 

We utilise only the highest standard of materials and equipment, our service is prompt and jobs are completed on time and on budget, and all call outs come with a FREE electrical analysis of your property.

 

We’re proud to be a locally owned and run Gold Coast business. Offering the finest level of customer service with a guarantee of quality. Providing our customers with fully certified and competent local electricians.

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As your number #1 Gold Coast electricians, we are happy to provide all call-outs with a FREE electrical analysis of your property. Learn more by contacting us today. Ledger Electrical, Gold Coast Electricians.

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Our electricians and experts will treat your home or business with the utmost care, and they’ll communicate with you throughout the job. You may get in touch with us for a more detailed consultation or to learn more about our specialised electrical services:

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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When it comes to electricity, there are a lot of questions that people have. So if you have ever wondered about any of these things, we’ve got you covered!

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One common reason for appliances to trip the power circuit is if they are overloaded. If there are too many things plugged into an outlet, or if something is drawing too much power, it can cause the breaker to trip and shut off the power.

Power points get hot because they are using a lot of electricity. When power points get too hot, it can be a fire hazard, so it’s important to make sure that you keep an eye on them and unplug any appliances that are not in use.

RCD stands for Residual Current Device. It’s a safety feature that helps prevent electrical fires by shutting off the power if it detects any current leakage.

Some common electrical problems to look out for are overloaded circuits, power points that are getting too hot, and current leakage. If you notice any of these problems, be sure to call an electrician to help fix them.

When it comes to finding an electrician, it’s important to make sure that you choose someone who is qualified and experienced to carry out the electrical services you require. You can check to see if an electrician is licensed by contacting your local electrical authority. You can also ask for references from friends or family members to see if they have had a good experience with a particular electrician.

Domestic electricians are typically hired to work on homes, while commercial electricians are hired to work on businesses. Domestic electricians typically have more experience working with wiring and outlets, while commercial electricians may be more familiar with things like fire alarm systems and HVAC units.

The cost of electrical work varies depending on the project that needs to be done. Typically, electricians charge by the hour, so the cost can add up quickly. However, it is important to remember that safety should always come first, so it is worth investing in a professional electrician rather than trying to do the work yourself and risking injury.

It typically takes electricians a few hours to complete most jobs. However, larger projects may take a few days to weeks

If there is a power outage in your area, you should first check to see if it is only your home that is affected, or if there are other homes in your area without power as well. If it is only your home that is affected, then you may be able to fix the issue yourself. Check to see if the breaker has been tripped; if it has, then reset the breaker and see if the power comes back on. If it does not, then you will need to call an electrician. If there are other homes without power in your area, then you should report the outage to your local utility company.

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