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Durban: Electrician/ Electrical Services

Our team normally offer the following services.


Electrical Certificate of Compliance (ECOC): Whether you require your electrical certificate of compliance for a new or existing job, we an assist you with any inspections and certificate processing, as required.

The electrical certificate of compliance (ECOC) is a document that verifies that your electrical installations such as your DB Board, plugs, lights, geyser and wiring etc. on the property comply with the legislation and as detailed in the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Besides this being a legal requirement, this certificate will give you peace of mind that all your electrical components and systems are in order.


Product sourcing can take a lot of time and effort and often requires some technical knowledge in order to source the correct product for the job and the product that will best serve you as per your specific requirements.

We can assist you with the sourcing of the best quality product that will suit your budget and will advise on aspects to help improve on health and safety considerations.

Investments into real estate can be expensive and there is always a balance in finding the right products, as required, at the right prices. Although budget can often be a big factor, it’s necessary to keep in mind that property is an investment and trying to do everything on a shoe-string budget could be detrimental to your long-term investment. Not to forget your and your family’s health and safety. We will always try to work with you on saving money, but we strive to also provide you with the best quality possible for your investment

Electrical products may include, but are not limited to: Lighting, distribution boards (DB board), electrical switches, meters/ gauges, wiring for the right size and grade, smaller electrical components needed for your electrical systems and much more.

Renewable Energy & Sustainable Solutions: There is a growing demand and supply of more efficient or energy producing electrical products in the market place. Sustainable solutions can vary from full scale systems to basic LED lighting installations.


Once the right products have been sourced, then it is a matter of getting these electrical components installed correctly.

Wiring of components is very important to the efficient functioning of your electrical system. We make every effort to undertake wiring jobs in an neat and orderly manner, as this helps to reduce potential problems occurring. If unforeseen electrical problems do occur, neat wiring makes it easier to trouble-shoot technical issues.


For newly wired properties, you will have peace of mind knowing that you have the back-up support for any maintenance and repairs that may be required in future. We can also assist you with solutions that will promote power efficiency and further reduce your global footprint, as and when new technologies are released.

If you have a property with existing wiring that needs to be check and/or rewired, we can meet you for an onsite inspection and then quote accordingly. We will ensure wiring jobs are of the highest standard and done to electrical certificate of compliance (ECOC) specifications and standards.


If you are unsure as to whether we can assist you with your particular requirements, simply Contact us for a hassle FREE inspection or quotation. If we are unable to assist you in person, we will make every effort to steer you in the right direction.

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