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Electrical safety tips for kids and how to childproof your home!

There are many ways you can teach your children to be safe around electricity, here are a few to consider coaching your children to avoid: Never put fingers or other objects in an outlet Keep metal objects out of toasters Never use anything with a cord or plug around water Never pull a plug out…

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Thinking about installing fans this summer?

Heating and cooling are some of the most energy-intensive applications in a home and also the most costly in terms of electricity, gas, oil or even wood consumed. The cost isn’t just financial. All that energy has to come from somewhere and unless your house is supplied with green energy indirectly or has a substantial solar panel array;…

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What are the signs the wiring in your home is unsafe?

Lightbulbs are burning out too early (when things like insulation, wattage, bad wiring on the circuit or mains etc have been excluded). Frequent Electrical Surges (not caused by lightning, downed power lines or things like damaged equipment) Overly and consistently high electricity bills (even after swapping to another provider and correcting the above issues). Dimmer…

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Maintaining Your Air Conditioner

Brisbane Electrical

Replacing or cleaning air conditioner filters is a critical maintenance task. An air conditioner’s filters, coils, and fins require regular maintenance for the unit to function effectively and efficiently throughout its years of service. Neglecting necessary maintenance ensures a steady decline in air conditioning performance while energy use steadily increases. Photo courtesy of ©iStockphoto/firemanYU. Air…

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Save on your electricity bill

Save Money on Electricity

Save on your electricity bill Save money on your power bill and reduce your carbon footprint with these ideas: Switch off and unplug appliances A quick and easy way to reduce your electricity bill is to turn off appliances at the power point when you’re not using them. When things like computers and TVs switch…

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safety switch


I have a safety switch—isn’t one enough? Safety switches are often confused with circuit breakers and fuses, but they perform different tasks. A Safety switch monitors the flow of electricity through a circuit and turn off the power in a fraction of a second if a leakage of current is detected. Safety switches provide personal…

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Meet our team!

Mobile Service

Meet our team. Our team here at Brisbane Electrical are something special! On the job in Ipswich bright and early today to install fans! Summer is on the way book your fan installs today! Pm our page for more info!#Sparky #Summer #BNEelectrical Posted by Brisbane Electrical Pty Ltd on Wednesday, 5 September 2018 Unlike some…

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Storm Season is on the way!

Storm Season Brisbane Electrical

Storm Season is Coming Brisbane Storms don’t just pose a threat to our homes; they also pose a threat to our physical safety. In Queensland, storms are just a part of life. Every year we see havoc wreaked by lightning, flooding, strong winds and hail. So how do you stay safe in the storm season? 1.…

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Electrical Safety Week Is Coming Up!

Electrical Safety

Electricity Safety Week 2018   Get involved in Electricity Safety Week from 10 to 14 September! With events tailored for industry leaders, electrical workers, contractors and apprentices it’s a great opportunity to find out more about electrical safety. Below is a list of events upcoming as hosted by Worksafe Queensland. Check out the full list…

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Staying safe around switches, leads and powerpoints

The Crew - Brisbane Electrical

Switches and how to stay safe around them. Follow these simple tips for using and maintaining electrical switches, leads and power points and making your home safe. Switches, power points and power boards Do not overload power points or power boards by “piggy backing” plugs into one socket or by using double adaptors – all…

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