Why You Need Sydney Electricians To Move Electrical Fixtures

Have you ever noticed when someone renovates a room – or a whole house, they never touch the power points or any of the lighting? Electrician To The Rescue knows why – moving power points or lighting fixtures is hard job, it can be expensive AND it is also quite dangerous. What is the safest way to get the job done? Should you do the job yourself?


The dangersThe Sydney electricians from Electrician To The Rescue cannot stress enough the importance of calling in the professionals – you should never move electrical fixtures or wiring yourself. The act of changing a light bulb or replacing an old light fitting with another is one thing – moving electrical wires or fixtures is not only dangerous it is also illegal. Don’t panic the highly trained and skilled Sydney electricians from Electrician To The Rescue are only a phone call or email away, ready to come to your home or business and assess the situation. They know IF fixtures can be move and how to do it safely.

Costs involved – if you are renovating your home – or an investment property – the cost of renovations can be expensive enough and if your budget is tight and while things *could* be moved, but it isn’t essential you are probably better off just buying a new light fitting than spending money on moving wiring about.

What if you have to – Naturally there are going to be times when you don’t have a choice and a power point or light fixture HAS to be moved. Perhaps a building inspector has asked for the ceiling to be repaired or replaced, or you are moving a wall and need the power points removed and relocated. This is where you will need to call on the friendly Sydney electricians at Electrician To The Rescue, they will come to your house – or business – and prepare a written quote for you, this way you know there won’t be any nasty surprises when you get the final bill. They will get to work for you as soon as you say yes, this will help you to stay on budget and on time if you are renovating.

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