Our team is always ready to help homes and businesses across the Northern Beaches and Sydney get the spark back into their properties.
Our team is available 24/7 for a quick and effective response to any electrical problem or project.
In fact, we’re so proud of our work powering properties across Sydney that we guarantee satisfaction with every call out!
Our services aren’t just limited to emergency electrical assistance, either. Check out the other ways we are helping NSW families and businesses:
Think Electrical electricians are more than ready to help out in any pinch or project. Whether it’s a problem plug or a complete electrical fit out.
Fom emergency assistance and maintenance, to new installations and projects, our team is ready to help your business shine brightly.
Automation can make life pretty sweet and secure. We offer a range of electrical solutions to protect and preserve your property.
Believe it or not, there’s a lot to lightning. Every second of an installation, from concept to construct requires high-level design and safety procedures.
Access control identifications can come in the form of keypads, ID tags, keychain tags and biometrics. A must-have for the best business security.
Home security keeps your family and your valuable assets safe. We can help you select and install the best system for protection.
Here’s the thing: we’re not just a group of sparkies that can help you turn your power back on…
There are a number of reasons why customers keep coming back to Think Electrical technicians.
Our service range extends far beyond just your day-to-day electrical assistance.
Think Electrical technicians have made their mark on a number of home and business electrical fit outs.
If you’re here looking for answer, this is where you’re going to find it.
While we’re loving the initiative, absolutely not.
In NSW it is actually 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’re looking to sell your property.
Not only this, but when you complete electrical jobs without the right qualifications, you put your personal safety and the safety of family and friends at risk.
A Master Electrician is trained and appropriately qualified to deliver professional, safe, reliable service at the highest standard.
Master Electricians must carry out ongoing training to ensure they continue to be a safe and high-quality electrical expert.
A safety check is important because it identifies outdated, faulty or dangerous electrical issues that could put your property, and it’s occupants, at risk.
Property owners or buyers should have an electrical safety check carried out if:
‘Test and Tag’ is a system where our electricians will test all the electrical equipment in a workplace for faults, ensuring they are safe to be used by employees.
Once reviewed, electricians will attach a tag to equipment stating the date it was tested and when the next test is due.
This is critical to meet government legislation and ensure the safety of employees and a business.
Home automation allows your family to enjoy greater convenience and security by better designing, programming and integrating your electrical appliances.
We make it easy to design automation features that will best suit you and your family.
Our customers have told us that some of the best benefits of home automation include ‘future proofing’, convenience, aesthetics and energy savings.
The scope of home automation can include:
An RCD is a residual-current device, also known as a safety switch.
It 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.
An RCD is a powerful first line of property defence against electrical emergencies, like outages, damage, fires, etc.
A few factors to consider when choosing a ceiling fan are:
Knowing these answers will help any electrician to find and fit the best ceiling fan for your property.
On a normal power circuit, the current flowing to an appliance goes through a 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. This response time significantly reduces the risk of death or serious injury.
40% of house fires in NSW could have been avoided with properly functioning safety switches.
Get to know your switchboard.