Call us now for a licensed and qualified 24/7 electrician in Hawthorn East 3123, we provide the following emergency electrical services (and more):
- On Call electrician
- Phase Outages
- Weekend Electricians
- Smoke Alarms
- Circuit Separations
- Domestic Premises
- Night Electricians
Personalised quality service is our guarantee. The electrician sent to you will be your electrician from us. Any questions, follow ups, future work you can call his mobile direct and he will attend to you issues immediately .
All our electricians are not only fully qualified and licensed A-Grade electricians, but are also registered electrical contractors registered with Energy Safe Victoria, AUSTEL, ETREC, minimum 10 Years electrical experience. All have police checks, do not smoke, do not drink alcohol, will never use foul language and clean up after each and every job.
When an electrical emergency situation arises in Hawthorn East, smart home and business owners will first check with a family member or friend for a referral to a reliable emergency 24hr electrician service. The highest compliment a customer in Hawthorn East can pay us is to be so satisfied with our work that they feel confident referring their family members and friends to our service. Customers like the fact that we offer them round the clock service, with the ability to take their emergency service calls on a 24/7 basis, including holidays and weekends. Customers also like our friendly and well trained emergency service 24 hour electricians, as well the guarantee we offer that they job will be done right!
Hawthorn East is a suburb of Greater Melbourne that has preserved much of its rich history. Founded in the 1880s and located about 10 km east of Melbourne’s main business district, Hawthorn East has worked hard to preserve its beautiful 19th century homes and historic structures. Governed by the City of Boroondara, the suburb covers an area of 3.8 km with a population a little in excess of 13,100 residents.
About two-thirds of its population is native-born Australians, with a variety of other cultures represented, including China, Malaysia, India, England and New Zealand. Families with children and business professionals are two groups most drawn to the many amenities it offers, from easy access into Melbourne and great local choices for everything from schools and restaurants to shopping. Educational choices include both primary schools and secondary colleges in addition to Bialek College, a respected Jewish Day School. Although primarily residential, this suburb is home to the corporate headquarters of Wesfarmers Coles.
Hawthorn East is known for its abundance of parks and gardens, adding to the tranquil feeling of this popular suburb. Fritch Holzer Park, a former landfill transformed into public park space in 1995, is one of the largest open recreational spaces in the region. Anderson Park is well known for its panoramic views of the Melbourne business district skyline. Victoria Road Reserve and Cato Park round out the many choices that locals have to enjoy exercising in the fresh air.