• 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
  • February 2017 Newsletter

    It seems a little too late in the year to be wishing you a happy new year so I’ll just say I hope 2017 has started well for you.

    We’ve certainly had some very hot days and warm nights so far this year. For our customers with air conditioning, this newsletter will give you 5 tips to help you keep control of your power bills while the weather is so hot.

    We install home air conditioning systems and ceiling fans so get in touch if you would like to discuss your options. Call 0418 442 578 or email info@kuring.com.au.

    Matt Cox

    5 tips to reduce your air conditioning costs

    Tip 1 – Stop the heat getting in

    Direct sunlight on your windows can rapidly increase the temperature of a room – particularly windows facing North or West. Reduce the impact of direct sun by:

    • Closing blinds or curtains
    • Using outside awnings or shutters if you have them
    • Before next summer, consider building pergolas or planting deciduous trees to help shade your most sun exposed windows


    Tip 2 – Make the most of your solar power

    If you have solar power, run your air conditioner during the day – even if you aren’t home. That way you are using free power to keep your home cool and preventing heat build-up. Once you return home, you can turn off your air conditioning and still remain cool.

    Tip 3 – Watch the thermostat

    According to the Government website Your Energy Savings, setting your air conditioner’s thermostat even 1° higher will save between 5-10% on your energy usage. If members of your household are wearing long-sleeve tops or jackets around your air conditioned home, you have probably set the thermostat too low.

    Tip 4 – Catch the breezes

    Ceiling fans are very energy efficient and work by creating a breeze which makes you feel cooler. But they don’t change the room temperature so turn them off when the room is empty.

    When the cool change finally comes, open all your windows and doors to let the cooling breezes through. Of course, be mindful of your security by making sure you have appropriate window and door locks – even when you are at home.

    Tip 5 – Little details count

    To maximise the efficiency of your air conditioner, make sure you clean the filter regularly. If your air conditioner uses an external compressor, try to provide it with shade. If it’s sitting in full sun it will need to work harder than is necessary. Providing shade for the compressor doesn’t need to be complicated. Using shade providing plants may be all you need.

    For all your home and office power needs contact Ku-ring-gai Electrical Service.