• Your workmanship and professionalism was faultless. Prompt payment is an essential part of maintaining a good relationship on experts that we rely on. We will be using you again in the future and will be referring you on
    J Landy
    I have no hesitation in recommending Ku-ring-gai Electrical Service. I have found Matt very professional, friendly, reliable and honest at all times. His workmanship has been second to none and I will definitely be using Ku-ring-gai Electrical Services for all future electrical work and recommending to friends.
    J Smith
    Just wanted to say thank you for your prompt service with the installation of my new oven. I was once again very impressed with the two man team who carried out the work. I’d recommend Ku-ring-gai Electrical to anyone.
    W Sloot
    Thank you to Matt & his team for great service again. The work was completed well with excellent customer service throughout the process.
    R Boyd
    Again, thank you for professional service. The lads are so efficient and seem to really enjoy what they're doing. They're friendly and respectful. It will give us great pleasure to recommend your company both professionally (via our business) and personally.
    L Willard
    Thank you very much for your high standard services and helpfulness, we will certainly be recommending Ku-ring-gai Electrical to anyone looking for an electrician
    A Warburton
    Many thanks for your efficient service, highly recommend you to my friends and should we need more electrical services we will be calling you.
    L Reza
    The boys have done a fabulous job and they tidied up afterwards so well I had to go around and remember what work was requested as it was so tidy!
    T. Yip
  • December 2017 Newsletter

    Although the higher temperatures are a welcome change for many of us, it can take a few weeks to adjust. And while it’s important to stay comfortable inside, try not to make your air conditioning settings too cool. Otherwise, you risk a big jump in your electricity bill throughout the summer months.

    With this in mind, you’ll find 3 seasonal tips in this newsletter to help you manage your energy consumption as the mercury rises.

    I’ve included our Christmas closure dates below and there’s good news for anyone who can wait until January for us to visit. To arrange a booking, call us on 0418 442 578 or email info@kuring.com.au.

    Cheers,
    Matt Cox

    Mystery gift for January bookings

    We are now fully booked throughout December but if you’re happy to wait until the new year, the team are now taking bookings for 2018. This year, we’re extending the gift-giving season with a special offer for the first 30 people booking a job in January.

    To be eligible to receive our January mystery gift, get in touch now. If you’re one of the first 30 people to make a booking, you’ll receive a cool little gadget that could ‘light up’ your day. We’ll drop it off to you when we come to work at your home or office.

    So, now you have another reason to plan ahead for the new year! Contact Ku-ring-gai Electrical for all your home and office wiring needs.

    We’re taking a break – our Christmas closure dates

    The Ku-ring-gai Electrical team is taking a break during the festive season.

    Our last day at work is Wednesday 20 December. We reopen on Monday 8 January.

    While the office is shut, you can still email info@kuring.com.au to request a visit in the new year.

    Remember If you experience loss of supply, fallen wires or any other electrical emergency while we’re closed, you can call Ausgrid on 13 13 88. This is their 24-hour emergency helpline.

    Simple Christmas tips to stay safe and save energy

    Tip 1 – Decorating your home with Christmas lights

    If you use a power board for your outdoor Christmas lights, make sure you protect it from rain, sprinklers and dirt by housing it in a weatherproof safety box. They are not expensive and will help to keep you and your family safe. Power board safety boxes are available at hardware stores like Bunnings.

    Tip 2 – Keeping the pool healthy and clean

    During summer, you want your family to enjoy your swimming pool as much as possible. Your pool pump plays an essential role in keeping the water clean and healthy. But did you know you don’t need to run it 24/7? For most pools, running the pump eight hours each day should be enough.

    Energy Australia suggests a simple way to test the ideal time needed to run your pump. For one week, try reducing the daily running time by half an hour. If the water quality is good, reduce the time by a further half hour the next week. Continue this process until you find the best running time for your pool pump.

    Tip 3 – Watching the thermostat

    Keep an eye on the thermostat! According to Your Energy Savings, setting your air conditioner’s temperature even 1° higher in summer will save 5-10% on your energy usage.

    I might not see you before Christmas so, on behalf of the team at Ku-ring-gai Electrical Service, thanks for your support throughout 2017.

    We wish you a Merry Christmas,
    a very Happy New Year
    and we look forward to seeing you in January!