FAQ

FAQ

Some of the questions, asked frequently by clients.

Definitely NO!!

In NSW it is illegal for anyone but a qualified electrician to do any domestic wiring or house rewiring. Even if the work has been done to standard it will not pass certification which is bad news especially if you need to sell the property. It makes sense for safety to hire a qualified electrician to carry out all your household wiring. You also risk your personal safety and the safety of your family and friends.

A Master Electrician is trained to deliver professional, safe, reliable service at the highest standard. Master Electricians must carry out ongoing training to ensure they continue to be at the forefront of their trade

Fallon Services recommend that you should have an electrical inspection carried out if:

  • You are purchasing a property that has been occupied
  • The property is more that 25 years old
  • If it is more that 5 years since one has been done

If you are concerned about how any of the equipment may have been installed

Test and Tag is a system where our electricians will test all the electrical equipment in a workplace for faults ensuring it is safe to be used by employees. The electrician will then attach a tag to the piece of equipment stating the date it was tested and when the next test is due.

Clever home automationallows your family to enjoy greater convenience and security in your home by better designing, programming and integrating your electrical equipment. We help you create your dream home by making it easier for you to select and realise the home automation that best benefits you and your family.

Home automation benefits include ‘future proofing’, convenience, aesthetics or energy savings.

The scope of home automation can range from structured wiring for telephone, video-intercom, internet, LAN and video, through home theatre and multi-room audio, automated lighting control, security and keyless entry, to automated control of electric motorised blinds, motorised roller shutters, watering, air-conditioning, exhaust fans, ceiling fans, and other appliances.

An RCD is a residual-current device, also known as a safety switch. The device is designed to monitor the electrical current and disconnect the power when a leak is detected from a fault in wiring, an appliance or switch.

A few factors to consider when choosing a ceiling fan are:

  • Where it is to be installed
  • The size of the room
  • Is there need for a fan which includes a light
  • The room decor
  • Blade performance needed
  • The location of your house
  • Is a remote control fan needed.

On a normal power circuit, the current flowing to an appliance returns through the neutral wire. If the circuit is compromised, the electricity can leak to earth through a person in contact with the appliance, causing death or serious injury.

A safety switch detects the loss of power from the circuit, and cuts the supply of electricity in as little as 30 milliseconds – 0.003 seconds. Importantly, this response time is faster than the critical section of a heartbeat, and therefore significantly reduces the risk of death or serious injury.

Inquiries

For any inquiries, or questions,please call: 0404 039 059 or fill out the following form

Think Electrical NSW Pty Ltd ABN:58 618 654 185 Lic: 310 724c Sydney, Australia

0404 039 059

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