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New House Wiring

E&S Electrical are experienced in more than the wiring of your new home. We specialise in all other things that are in electrical. For your new home, we can guarantee that all the work done with satisfaction. We can also help in electrical design that suits your need without compromising the lagal aspects of it. From the wiring through to appliance installation, lighting design, cooling systems and security systems or any other electrical needs, we can do it all, anywhere in Auckland.

Give us a call to discuss your requirements.

Additional Power Point

Regardless of what you call them (power points, sockets or outlets), with a few extra well placed power points around your home you can greatly reduce clutter and improve convenience. We often find people considering installing extra power points in their home broadly fit into one of two groups;

Power Point Options


- Colour; typically sockets come in white, grey/silver, or black
- Quantity; single, double or quad
- Orientation of Double; vertical or horizontal

Outdoor or Indoor Lightings

If you are looking to illuminate the natural light in your home, or design a new room, the electricians at E&S Electrical can make it possible. With attractive and effecient lighting designs and new lighting installation, you can maximise the light in your home and minimise the impact on your energy costs. We evaluate individual homes to find the lighting solution that work best for each customer. Whether you are looking to install brand new lighting in a new home, or replace an old and outdated design, we have all kinds of lighting designs to choose from. From outdoor security lighting, to appealing indoor styles we are the company for all your lighting repair, installation and replacement needs.

Don't spend another day in the dark! Our Auckland electricians offer 24/7 electrical emergency services to make sure you never have to go without electricity. Your lights should help to enhance your home's appeal, not reduce it. If you are looking for a cost-effective and reliable of lighting installations and designs contact is today.

Emergency & Exit Light

A suite of standards governs the emergency lighting industry - AS and AS/NZS 2293 parts 1, 2 and 3, that address the design and installation of an emergency lighting system in a building, the system’s maintenance requirements and the performance requirements of the products that make up these emergency lighting systems. As in many other industries, these standards specify the minimum requirements in each of these three areas: installation, maintenance and product design, and are constantly reviewed to ensure their prevalence, relevance and positive impact on industry.

Emergency and exit lighting is an essential life safety device, and non-compliance with regulations regarding its correct installation and maintenance jeopardises the safety of building occupants. Exit and emergency lighting must be tested, inspected and maintained according to the relevant procedures outlined in AS/NZS2293 Part 2 1995 (including 1998, 2008 and 2012 amendments). However, a surprising number of people are not aware of their exposure to significant penalties for non-compliance with regulations regarding exit signs and emergency lighting. Contact us to provide a proper installation.

Upgrade switchboard

Are you considering in upgrading your switchboard to have more enough space for new electrical requirements? or maybe wanting to relocate an existing switchboard in a secured location. Make no mistake of contacting E&S Electrical Services, we are experienced and transparent in terms of the cost. Our aim is to provide our clients a high level of satisfaction and be able to save it terms of cost. Give us a call so that we can provide you some ideas and what would be the best option of your project, we may be able to minimise the time or the cost of upgrade or relocating the switchboard.

Great... now you have the idea, what you only need to do is to give us a call or drop an email at support@eselectrical.co.nz.

All Renovation Work

Thinking about renovating? It is an exciting prospect that can quickly become overwhelming. There are so many unanswered questions – can you actually do what you want to? Will you get a building consent or need a resource consent? Will work need to be done on the existing building? How much will it cost? Can you live in the house during renovation? Right from the beginning, before you have the first sketch of your ideas, you’ll see renovating is in no way a simple process.

Talking to someone experienced in renovating and getting some good advice from the people who know the game, work from the plans and know the costs, will give you the confidence you need to move forward. We prefer to work with our clients through the design stage and there are several good reasons for this. Partnering with professional renovation builders and project managers, will mean you will successfully complete a renovation to be proud of.

Electrical Maintenance

Maintenance and servicing is vital to ensure your home or workplace is safe and operating efficiently. We can provide a Preventative Maintenance Schedule to reduce the expensive costs of repairs or replacements in the future.

When unforeseen breakdowns occur, E&S Electrical Services will be here when you need us. Every job is important to us and we will respond promptly to any callout, big or small. Whether your switchboard has blown or you just need a light fitting changed, you can rely on us to provide a great service.

Test, Tagging & Repair

Electrical testing and tagging is referenced in the NZ Electrical (safety) Regulations as a way of maintaining and ensuring electrical equipment is safe to use.

The health and safety at work act is not prescriptive and so does not explicitly tell you that you must carry out testing and tagging (just like it does not set out in writing any other specific risk management activities). The act however does state a requirement to eliminate or minimise risks to health and safety as well as ensuring the provision of a safe workplace and maintained plant and equipment. If you have portable electrical equipment in the workplace then this equipment could become damaged and therefore creates a risk of electric shock or fire that needs to be managed.

Testing and tagging to the AS/NZS standard 3760 is recognised as best practice for managing electrical risks in the workplace as it provides a systemised inspection and testing program aimed to detect and remove dangerous and faulty equipment before it can cause injury or fire.

ensure the testing program is compliant with the AS/NZS 3760 standard which outlines what needs to be tested, how often items should be tested, the type of tests that need to be carried out and the documentation required. Not being compliant and having items tested correctly with the supporting documentation could be expensive should something go wrong. If there was an accident involving electrical equipment it is likely Workcover would require evidence of what inspection and testing had been carried out on the equipment to ensure it was safe to use.

Heating & Cooling Solutions


Heating

Having the right heating system is important for any home and office. Not only do you want a system that provides comfort, but you also require something efficient that saves on overhead costs and keeps your monthly bills down.

Is your system working overtime or pumping out cold or lukewarm air? Our certified specialists can service, replace and install split system heating for you.

Cooling

Keep those soaring summer temperatures down with a state-of-the-art air conditioning system from Optima. Whether you’re looking to outfit your new build or existing property, we can bring you a custom system that’s quiet and efficient. We’ll also maintain it to ensure it lasts for many years to come.

New house wiring
Additional power point
Outdoor or Indoor lightings
Emergency & exit light
Upgrade switchboard
All renovation work
Electrical maintenance
Test, tagging & repair
Heating & Cooling solutions

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