Sydney, New South Wales – 19 January, 2016 – A new report has found 15 Australians are killed and 300 hospitalised each year because of preventable electrical accidents in the home. It also revealed that, 40% of homes don’t have any safety switches at all, and the homes that do have safety switches are mostly only on the power circuits: the stove and hot water and the light are not protected. To reduce and minimise fire-related hazards, Electrician to the Rescue is now ready to provide emergency electrical services by offering $50.00 OFF on all their services along with FREE Safety inspection.
Operating with pride for the last 30 years, Electrician to the Rescue now offers 24X7 electrical emergency services at great discounted prices, i.e. $50 off. “At Electrician to the Rescue, we believe that quality Sydney electrician services shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg, so when you book today, we will take $50 off the cost of your job! Call us now on 1300 884 915 or click here to book a job online, and quote EWEB50 to get your $50 discount. It only takes seconds to book, and our friendly staff will ensure that your experienced electrician arrives on time in a fully stocked van to rescue you from your electrical issues today,” stated the spokesperson from Electrician to the Rescue.
Electrician to the Rescue, the SUPER electricians are experienced, professional and highly trained to handle almost all kinds of electrical emergency situations with exceptional care and safety. The spokesperson also added, “Our SUPER Electricians are experienced, professional and trained to the highest standard. Our trustworthy technicians, 24/7 rescue service, and on the spot fixed pricing are just a few of the reasons we provide the best electrical service Sydney can offer.”
Apart from emergency electrical services, Electrician to the Rescue also offers a wide range of services that includes: smoke alarm installation, wiring & rewiring, power switch installations, indoor & outdoor lighting installations, and more. “There are times when customers attempt to handle a number of small electrical jobs themselves, but we recommend that you should never handle these jobs yourself. Though these issues might seem small and simple to handle, but it is not safe to tackle any electrical work without a valid license and the necessary training,” reported the senior executive manager from Electrician to the Rescue.
He also added, “All our employees are highly-skilled and trained and are fully bonded and licensed. In addition to that, they undergo upgrade training at regular intervals. This keeps them up to the mark with their knowledge and skills. We also ensure that the best materials are used in all our work and the most dependable electricians in Sydney will handle all residential and commercial issues.”
By offering excellent services in a timely and professional manner, Electricians to the Rescue has received “The Excellence in Work Health & Safety award” in 2013 and this was the recognition of excellence in the field. While asking about this award, the spokesperson explained, “This is not the first time that we have won awards for our focus on safety. We also won the WHS award in 2010, making us two time winners of the Work Health and Safety award, which shows just how dedicated we are to being the best.”
“Always punctual polite, do great work and always leave our properties clean and tidy after the job is done! If I am ever asked to recommend a plumber or electrician, I always recommend you,” affirmed Nicholas Harkins, the happy customer of Electrician to the Rescue.
About Electrician to the Rescue,
Electrician to the Rescue, the team of professional and dependable commercial electricians specialises in handling all kinds of electrical faults, repair and maintenance for the last 30 years. All the work is handled by licensed and experienced electricians.
Read more http://www.electriciantotherescue.com.au
Distributed by Electrician To The Rescue
Company Name: Electrician To The Rescue
Contact Person: Jack Wilson
Phone: 1300 306 110
Address:86A May Street Saint Peters
State: New South Wales