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Electrical Safety Requirements For Selling Or Renting Your House

If you are selling or renting your house in Western Australia, you will need to ensure that you meet the laws on electrical safety requirements.  Every dwelling must have the following before being rented or sold:

  • A minimum of two Residual Current Devices (RCDs) fitted to protect all lighting and power circuits; and
  • A least one hard-wired smoke alarm that complies with WA Building Regulations.

At GKB Electrical we can inspect your house to ensure that you meet these requirements and issue an Electrical Compliance Certificate prior to settlement.

Residual Current Devices (RCDs)

RCDs, or safety switches, cut the electricity supply instantly if a person touches a live part and receives a shock. They can also provide some protection against electrical fires.  All houses constructed after 2000 should already have at least two RCDs fitted however you should ensure these are in good working order prior to selling or renting your house.

Further information about RCDs is available on the Office of Energy Safety website.

Smoke Alarms

In addition to the RCD requirements, there is also a requirement to have hard-wired smoke alarms that are in good working order and no more than 10 years old.  If a hard-wired smoke alarm cannot be fitted (apartments or ceilings with no access for new wiring), then a long-life lithium powered (10 year) smoke alarm must be installed.

The location and number of smoke alarms you need will depend on the type of dwelling and floor plan.  For single level homes, smoke alarms must be installed on or near the ceiling:

  • In all hallways leading to bedrooms; or
  • Where there is no hallway, in an area near the bedrooms.

Further information about smoke alarms in available on the Department of Fire and Emergency Services website.

Electrical Safety Certificate

A licensed electrician can inspect your property to confirm that a minimum of two RCDs are protecting all socket outlets and lighting points and smoke alarms are installed in accordance with the WA Building Regulations.

An exemption may apply to the above requirements where the buyer will be demolishing the property.  In such cases, we would recommend that you seek further advice on these exemptions.

It’s important that you ensure that you have met your electrical compliance obligations prior to settlement otherwise this can cause delays and/or result in significant penalties.  The team at GKB Electrical are licensed electricians that can perform a safety inspection, rectify any issues and provide an electrical safety certificate.  We have helped many sellers and landlords meet their compliance obligations across the Perth metro and Peel region.  Get in touch with us today for a free quote!

Happy Holidays & Thanks

What a year it’s been! Navigating lockdowns, WA’s red hot property market and travelling from Yanchep to Augusta and everywhere in between.  This year we went through over 3500 metres of power cable, over 1000 plug bases and tripled our electrical compliance inspections.  We even managed to join Instagram (you can follow us @gkbelectrical) and continue to try find possible content for our socials (it’s hard work making electrical pictures exciting – especially when most pictures feature Gareth’s thumb in some shape or form!).

On a serious note, thanks to all of our amazing clients for selecting us as your electrician and welcoming us into your homes (and workshops, sheds and businesses). Our small business relies heavily on word of mouth and your support through referrals, tagging us on social media, grabbing an extra business card for your friend and leaving us a positive review goes a long way to our continued success.

We will be closed from 24 December 2021 – 2 January 2022.  However, if you have an electrical emergency or break down during this time please send us a text message and we will try our best to help. We would hate to think that your Christmas feast was ruined or that you were unable to watch the Boxing Day Test because you had no power.

We wish all our family, friends and clients a safe and happy festive season and we look forward to seeing you all in 2022.

Why You Need to Have Regular Electrical Maintenance

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We know it can be rather easy to neglect your electrical systems, as they are often out of sight. However, issues will eventually come to the surface. What’s troublesome about this is that when issues finally manifest, it’s often too late because the damage has already been done.

This is why it’s in your best interest to hire professional home electricians to conduct regular maintenance on your property to ensure that minor issues are dealt with early on. Now, we understand that you might be a little hesitant to do this as regular electrical maintenance can get a little pricey. This is why we’ve prepared an article discussing the reasons you should have regular maintenance done on your property.

Read on for more information about why you need to have regular electrical maintenance!

What Is Electrical Maintenance?

To put it simply, electrical maintenance is a service conducted by a professional home electrician who determines if the electrical systems on your property are working safely and efficiently.

The most common forms of electrical maintenance involve wiring repairs, switchboard maintenance, lighting tests, and smoke detector testing. While the electrician may not find anything wrong with your property, having regular maintenance done on your property is still a good idea as it is a great way to catch complications before they get any worse.

What Are the Benefits of Electrical Maintenance?

Catching any complications in your electrical systems is in your best interest as the damage that they can do will devastate and destroy your property. Having regular maintenance done on your property is a great way to prevent fire hazards caused by faulty wiring and defective electrical extension cords. Regular maintenance also minimises the risk of electrocution from your everyday household appliances and sockets.

Aside from preventing accidents, regular maintenance saves you a lot of money. This is because it lengthens the lifespan of your appliances, as any potential problems can be caught during its early stages. This can help you in the long run, as it’s better to nip problems in the bud rather than try to have them fixed when they completely break down. Furthermore, regular maintenance helps ensure that your appliances are running optimally, preventing unnecessary costs to your electrical bill!

How Often Should You Opt for Electrical Maintenance?

This ultimately depends on quite a number of factors. Older properties will require more frequent maintenance schedules than newer ones.

For older properties, it would be wise to have maintenance and inspections done every six months to ensure that everything on the property is still running well. For newer properties, annual maintenance should be good enough to keep your electrical systems in good condition.


While the initial costs for maintenance may scare you off, it’s best to look at this as a long-term investment that will keep your property in good condition. The last thing you want is to spend an exorbitant amount on repairs that could have been avoided if only you had regular maintenance done on your property!

If you need a home electrician to help you with your electrical maintenance needs, GKB Electrical has got you covered. Our team of professional and licensed electricians has been providing reliable services to the Perth metro and Peel regions for years. We only use the latest technology and industry best practices to deliver the highest quality service to our clients. Get in touch with us today for a free quote!

Blackouts 101: What to Do Before and During Blackouts


Storms, typhoons and other natural calamities are unavoidable. Stocking up on supplies and preparing your home is necessary to prevent problems during storms. One of the things you should prepare for is blackouts.

Recently, Western Australia was hit by tropical cyclone Seroja, leaving a trail of smashed houses, fallen trees, and downed power lines. With the power lines down, there is a good chance that it may take a while before the power goes back. This only outlines the need for preparation.

Whether your area is about to experience a storm or any other natural disaster, you need to know these tips and tricks. Here is a list of things you should do before, during, and after blackouts.

Preparing Your Home Before a Power Outage

During a power outage, you may be left without lighting, running water, hot water, and heating or air conditioning. If you have people with disabilities that need electricity for their equipment or medication, you’re going to need generators. If you have a cordless phone, then you may be left without phone service to call home electricians.

In other words, you have the responsibility to prepare and protect your home and the lives in it. Here are some of the things you can do to prepare yourself and your family:

Prepare an emergency kit

Inside your emergency kit should be medicine, batteries, a battery-powered radio, at least one waterproof torch, a first aid kit, waterproof bags, and protective blankets. ABC Emergency has a full list of items you should prepare. It’s also nice to have a go-bag where you can place all your important documents and items.

Stock up on non-perishable food and water

Food and water are important for survival. During a storm, you need food to eat. Grocery stores and restaurants will not be open during this time, so you need to stock up. Even Queensland Urban Utilities says that residents need three days’ worth of water at minimum.

Install emergency lighting and smoke arms

You may not know how to install emergency lighting and smoke alarms, but you can always call home electricians to do the job. GKB Electrical can provide residential and commercial electrical service to the Perth Metro and Peel regions of Western Australia.

What to Do During the Blackout

When the power goes out, you need to check all these items:

  • Note when the power went off
  • Check whether the power outage is limited to your home
  • Turn off all tools, appliances and electrical devices to avoid fire and power damage
  • Turn off all lights except for one inside and one outside so that you and your neighbour can see when power has been restored
  • Regularly listen to the radio for news
  • Check on your neighbours or anyone that might need help
  • Minimise opening and closing the fridge and freezer


Preparing for blackouts is helpful to avoid untoward incidents in your home and family. Power outages may last for a day to a few weeks, so knowing what to do helps. There are even services that can help you install a non-electric standby stove or heater so you can still cook and generate heat even without electricity.

If you’re wondering if there are electricians in your area, GKB Electrical offers Residential and Commercial Electrical Service to the Perth Metro and Peel regions of Western Australia. We also provide residential electrical services to surrounding suburbs such as Armadale, Cockburn, Byford, Coogee, Canning Vale, Piara Waters, Huntingdale, Serpentine, and Darling Downs. Call us today!

Safety Requirements Landlords Need to Know

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In Australia, if you own a rental property, it must meet specific requirements. As a landlord, you must ensure that these are met and that your property abides by all the health and building codes in your area. After all, one of the most critical roles of rental property owners and managers is keeping the property safe for their tenants.

Safety in rented properties comes in many forms. It includes removing any type of physical harm, deterring potential criminal intruders, and minimising injuries on the property.

A New Landlord’s Checklist for Property Safety

If you are new to the business, here are some of the first things you need to include in your safety checklist:

1 – Set Up Smoke Alarms in Every Property

Fire is a home emergency nobody wishes to experience. As a landowner, one of the rules you should know is the mandatory placement of smoke alarms in every home in Australia as a landowner. Inhaling smoke and deadly gases kills more people than actual burns. Smoke alarms play a critical role in the early detection and prevention of fires and can save lives.

Aside from placing alarms in every unit, you also need to keep an eye on their performance. You should replace the batteries every year or as often as necessary, and entire unit replacement every ten years.

2 – Add Safety Switches

Make sure you check your local safety regulations as these vary from one state to another. For example, if you live in Western Australia, you need to have a minimum of two safety switches (RCDs) installed to cover your power and lighting circuits. Failing to do this would result in penalties.

Safety switches protect people from electric shocks. When the safety switches recognise a current leak, they automatically turn off the electricity in milliseconds, preventing accidental electrocution.

3 – Get Gas Safety Equipment

Just like the safety switches, every state differs in its rule about gas safety requirements. Regardless of what the local code states, every landlord must have the initiative to keep everything in their property safe—including maintenance of the chimneys, flues, and gas fittings. You need to ensure that these parts of the property meet the local council’s standards.

4 – Providing High-Quality Locks and Security Technology

To keep your tenants safe from burglaries and your property safe from damage and theft, you need to provide quality locks in all entry and exit points—all doors and windows. Adding security cameras to crucial areas on the property would also be a great idea. Doing this would deter any break-ins, theft, vandalism, and other illegal acts within and outside your property.

5 – Provide Emergency Repairs

The job of caring for your tenants does not stop. Unfortunately, so neither do house emergencies. Should your tenants need important and urgent repairs, you have to provide them with immediate responses. That is a job and a rule that all landlords must follow.

Having a contact for all plumbing, gas, water, and other emergency service providers in your local area would help you address any tenant’s concerns promptly.


Landlords play an essential role in ensuring that every tenant lives a comfortable and secure life on their property. In fact, it is only one of their many responsibilities. To learn more about the other obligations you have as a landlord, make sure to read through the Building Code of Australia. You can also consult with reliable electrical contractors in your area to get their professional input.

Should you need a home electrician to help you with your security and safety concerns in Perth or nearby areas, we would be happy to serve you. GKB Electrical provides both residential and commercial services through our experienced and licensed electricians. Contact us to request a free quote or learn more about how we can help.

What to Do When Your Circuit Breaker Keeps Tripping

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Circuit breakers are crucial in keeping your appliances, home, and family safe from electrical overload. It controls all the wiring circuits in your house, and it’s designed to shut off automatically (i.e., break the circuit) when too much current is flowing through the wires or when there is a circuit interruption. Without your circuit breaker, you are at risk of damaged appliances at best and an electrical fire at worst!

When a circuit breaker trips, it interrupts the flow of electricity in your light fixtures and appliances. A tripped breaker can be reset easily enough—but it can be a sign of electrical system problems. If your house was designed and built more than a decade ago, its electrical system wasn’t meant to handle the demand of so many devices and appliances.

The automatic function of every circuit breaker protects all the wiring in your home. But what happens when the circuit breaker itself is the one that’s functioning? What do you do if your circuit breaker keeps tripping?

Resetting Your Circuit Breaker

Open up your circuit breaker box and identify the tripped breaker. It is likely the one with a lever that isn’t completely pointed on the ON position. Push the switch into the OFF position before pushing it back ON.

At this point, power should be restored to your appliances and light fixtures connected to that breaker. If not, try to switch it off and then on again one more time. If the breaker trips again immediately after turning it back on, this indicates a severe problem—and you may have to replace your circuit breaker!

Safety tips: Do not approach your circuit breaker box if the floor is wet. Make sure the floor is completely dry before opening the box. Many experts recommend that you turn off all electric appliances connected to the tripped breaker before trying to reset it. This way, the breaker will not draw any electrical load as you turn it off and back on again!

Persistent Circuit Breaker Issues

If you have been experiencing constant circuit breaker issues, it could be because of one of the following:

  1. Short circuit – One of the wires in your electrical system may be damaged or broken. This is a serious problem, not just because finding a single broken wire across your entire home can be difficult, but because it can cause an electrical fire if not solved immediately.
  2. Overloaded circuit – Your home’s electrical system can only handle so much electrical energy at once. If you keep plugging in new, energy-heavy appliances into one circuit, it will overload and trip the breaker. Identify the individual circuits in your system and try to divide the electrical load evenly among them.
  3. Grounded wire – A ground fault occurs when one of your live wires comes in contact with a grounded portion of your electrical system, such as a metal outlet box. The circuit is interrupted, and this trips your breaker.

Any of these persistent circuit breaker issues are serious issues that need the help of an experienced professional. A residential electrician near you will be able to diagnose the problem and repair it. Whether you need a complete overhaul or rewiring of your electrical system, or you have to identify a short circuit, a licensed electrician will do it safely and effectively.


A tripped circuit breaker is one of the most common problems that homeowners face. More often than not, simply resetting the breaker should bring everything back to normal. But if you keep experiencing issues with tripped breakers, this is an urgent sign that something in your electrical system needs to be repaired or replaced. In such an instance, you will need a professional electrician’s expertise and experience to help you identify and solve the problem.

Are you looking for the best electricians near you to help you run through how to replace a circuit breaker? GKB Electrical has been servicing the Perth metro and Peel regions for years. Our professional, licensed electricians utilise the latest technology and current industry best practices to tackle residential electrical problems and installations. Contact us for a free quote today!

Why You Should Leave Electrical Issues to Licensed Electricians

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Electricity is the lifeblood of the house—it keeps everything running and ensures that you continue to live in a comfortable and safe space.

Everybody needs electricity! You use it as soon as you wake up, while you’re asleep, when you’re working, or when you’re doing absolutely nothing. As such, you have a responsibility to ensure that every part of your home functions properly by regular monitoring and inspection of your electrical sources.

Electrical Safety Precautions

While electricity provides many benefits to your house and your life, it also has the potential to bring harm and cause severe damage.

When ignored for long enough, faulty wires can cause electrical fires. As such, it’s best to practice essential electrical safety tips at home to avoid this from happening. Follow this guide to ensure that your home remains safe from electrical fires:

Watch Out for Signs

You should never take damaged or poorly installed wiring lightly! Keep track of these warning signs to avoid any house fires:

  • Circuit breaker trips
  • Flickering, buzzing, dimming lights
  • Frayed or chewed wiring
  • Discoloration, scorch marks, and smoke on outlets
  • A burning smell or odd odours

Check for Overloaded Outlets

Avoid overloading your outlets, as they are one of the main sources of electrical problems. All the house outlets must be cool to the touch, have protective faceplates, and be in proper working order. If you find that your outlet feels hot, you should have it checked by a licensed electrician immediately.

Unplug Unused Appliances and Gadgets

When your appliances are not in use, you should always unplug them. Failing to unplug your devices can cause overheating and power surges.

Taking Care of Electrical Issues

Electrical failures happen pretty often, but this doesn’t mean that they should be treated as everyday house problems like a leaking sink or a dirty stovetop. Electrical failures are something you can’t repair on your own—you will need to reach out to an electrician in Perth to handle the problem.

Some electrical hazards seem simple and easy to manage on your own, but you never know what might happen; remember, the smallest of sparks have the potential to burn down your house. Here are a few reasons why it’s best to leave electrical problems to professionals instead of attempting to fix them yourself:

No Risk of Electrocution

No matter how careful you are, you can still accidentally come into contact with a live wire and get electrocuted. Depending on the voltage and current type, an electric shock can cause muscle spasms, burns, difficulty breathing, cardiac arrest, and even death.

A licensed electrician will have the necessary equipment to protect themselves from electrocution while fixing your faulty wires.


Wires will look confusing to the untrained eye, so don’t even think of attempting to perform an electrical repair yourself—you never know what might go wrong. Electricians enrolled in months, even years, of education and underwent training before they are permitted to handle electrical problems.

While you might go through dangerous trial and errors to fix the problem, licensed electricians have the skills needed to solve any electrical hazard efficiently and effectively.


A DIY electrical repair will do no good and only bring complications to your home. When you’re not sure of what you’re touching, any slight adjustment can lead to costly damages and even electrical fires. Relying on the services of an electrician not only saves you the effort, but you also won’t have to worry about anything malfunctioning.


Being independent is good, but when it comes to electrical repairs, it’s best to count on the expertise of a licensed electrician. Work with one of the best electricians near you to inspect for any issues that may worsen and to ensure that your problems will be solved quickly.

Leave it to our licensed electricians at GKB Electrical to fix all of your electrical problems! Our team of electricians have the necessary skills, knowledge, and competence to provide residential and commercial electrical service in Perth Metro and Peel regions of Western Australia. Request a free quote today!

How to Know If You Need to Rewire Your Home

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Small wiring problems often go unnoticed or ignored until a more serious electrical problem becomes apparent to the homeowner. Many homes suffer from electrical issues that can come back to bite them later on, especially if they are left unfixed. There are quite a few homeowners who do not realize how unsafe their houses have become when wiring issues arise.

Don’t be one of those people who choose to turn a blind eye to the telltale signs of electrical and wiring issues. It is always best to call a residential electrician and have your home’s wiring checked when you notice one of the signs mentioned below.

Electrical Issues: Signs Your House Needs to Be Rewired

1 – Flickering Lights

If you notice that the lights in your home regularly flicker on and off, this may be one of the signs that your wiring and electrical connections may have a problem. If your lights are too bright, it may mean that there is too much electrical current flowing through them. In turn, if they are too dim, it means they are receiving an abnormally low current. Either way, your home’s electrical system will benefit from rewiring.

2 – Light Bulbs Burning Out

This is one of the most common yet more dangerous wiring and electrical issues in a home. If you have had lights bursting in their sockets, it may be a sign of uneven or fluctuating electrical current in the writing of your home.

3 – Sparking Outlets

Sparks can be an extremely clear sign of an electrical issue. There may be wires within your home’s walls that are exposed. If these sparks continue to fly, they may cause an electrical fire. At best, it’ll be a small inconvenience, and at worst, it’ll mean the loss of your home and belongings.

4 – The Smell of Electrical Burning

Electrical burns have a distinct smell. If you think that you have smelled something burning with a metallic undertone in the smell, that may mean that your wirings are melting due to the high heat of the electrical current flowing the wires.

5 – Outdated Electrical Systems

If you live in an old home, your wiring and electrical connections may not be as structurally sound as they used to be. Having your home’s electrical wiring system checked by an electrical specialist or having your home rewired will be a good idea at this point.


The list mentioned above is by no means exhaustive and fully comprehensive of all the signs to look out for, however, they are the most common. If you have experienced at least one of these signs or you feel that your home’s electrical system has been compromised, it is best to work with an electrician to help narrow down the problem.

Keep in mind that calling an electrician early will prevent any injury or accident from taking place. If you have small children in your home who may accidentally touch your sockets and electrical outlets by mistake, making sure that they are all in working order will ensure that nobody will get hurt because of an electrical issue that would be otherwise avoidable.

If you need the assistance of a residential electrician in Perth, contact GKB Electrical. We aim to provide you with reliable electrical services that will make your home a safe place for you and your family to live.

How to Protect Your Home Against Power Surges

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There’s no doubt that electronic equipment dominates the landscape today. While all the latest innovations in technology can make life easier, power surges become a more devastating risk as they can render your electronic devices useless.

Something as minor as a hairdryer malfunctioning due to a power outage won’t feel too heavy, but costlier appliances such as your computer, air conditioning units, and other electronically-powered devices can break down when a power surge strikes.

This can deal a massive blow to your budget; that’s why it’s essential to consider preventive measures that can protect your house in the event of a power surge.

Tip #1: Invest in a Surge Protector

When it comes to saving all your devices and appliances at home, it’s worth investing in whole house surge protectors. They work like power strips and direct the excess electricity from your home’s outlet grounding wire to safeguard your gear from random voltage spikes.

While it sounds expensive, the price largely depends on the suppressor’s power capacity and the device’s rate in joules, ranging from the lowest at $50 to hundreds of dollars.

Tip #2: Use Power Strips and Other Protection for Your Devices

A whole-house surge protector can do wonders for protecting your electronics. However, it also helps to supplement this preventive measure by safeguarding specific devices such as power strips, surge stations, or even just an uninterruptable power station to ensure your computer won’t break down in case of a surge.

These are also more affordable options for those who don’t have a dedicated whole-house surge protector, though always pay attention to the rating of your appliances so you can choose the right protectors with the appropriate joule rating.

Tip #3: Inspect Your Wiring

Any faulty wiring needs immediate professional attention since minor damages can quickly cause house fires, but beyond this common risk, poor wiring can also exacerbate your power surge problems. Hiring an expert electrician should ensure all your electrical wiring is up-to-standards and can withstand multiple emergencies.

Tip #4: Be Sure to Unplug Electronics During a Storm

If you don’t have surge protection, the cheapest way to protect your appliances and similar electronics is to simply unplug sensitive devices during a storm. These inclement conditions facilitate power surges due to lightning strikes, so keeping your electronics unplugged can safely prevent them from experiencing the burst in your area’s power lines.

The Bottom Line: The Importance of Protecting Your Electronics From Power Surges

Power surges are silent killers that eventually creep up over time. One spike is not enough to bust your electronics, but repeated power surges can eventually take a toll on all your electronics and lead them to their death when left unattended.

Are You Looking for Home Electricians in Perth?

Dealing with electrical problems is not something you can leave unattended, so if you need professional electricians to address your residential or commercial electrical needs, GKB Electrical is among the best choices!

Electrical Wiring Regulations: What Homeowners Need to Know

As homeowners, there are a lot of things you need to know about your electrical system to ensure that your home is getting the right energy it needs to operate. Unfortunately, most homeowners don’t understand and go beyond the lights coming on or off. This is quite understandable because, unless you are interested in electrical topics, you’ll really have limited knowledge regarding a home’s electrical system.

Besides now having an interest in electrical services, dealing with electrical boo-boos on your own can be incredibly dangerous. It takes more than just putting wires together to fix a broken socket — there are more technical concepts you need to understand.

This is why it’s crucial to have your trusty home electrician on speed dial so that you can call them when electrical problems strike. But again, it pays to know about what goes on in your home’s electrical system.

In this article, we’ll share how your electrical system functions, its different features, and the regulations that you should know about and follow.

Electrical Wiring

The term wiring and electricity are words that are often used simultaneously. It’s because these insulated conductors are what carries the electricity throughout your home, making up your property’s entire electrical wiring system.

Each country will have its own wiring standards. Here in Australia and our neighbour New Zealand, our standard is AS/NZS3000, also known as the “wiring rules.” This standard emphasises the requirements for selecting, installing, designing, and testing your home’s electrical equipment.

Basically, you need to ensure that your wiring system and its components are easily and safely identified, especially when repairs are on the way. For this reason, wiring safety codes have specific colour schemes to label each wire that goes through your system.

It’s always a good idea to be knowledgeable about how your home’s energy system works. However, it’s best to leave them with your trusted residential home electricians when it comes to repairs and replacements. Besides the skills and qualifications they can offer, they’ll also ensure that you and your family stay safe throughout the repairs.


The job of our fuses and breakers in our home is to protect the ampacity rating of the wires and the appliances connected to them. Sadly, many homeowners think that simply replacing a blown-up fuse is all you need to do. But the truth is, fuses and circuits tripping and blowing are signs that your wiring has some problems.

Power Points

Power points, although they’re physically noticeable, are still one of the most critical features of your home’s electrical system. These power sources are loaded up with plugs that provide power for your home’s appliances and devices.

Sadly, when you overload your outlets and power points it is extremely dangerous because too many amps can cause your circuit breakers to trip.

The Bottom Line: It’s Good to Know About How Your Electrical System Works, But Leave the Fixing to the Pros

Each home has an electrical system designed and built to be enduring. For this reason, you need to treat your electrical system with much care and balance to avoid dangerous repairs.

Although being knowledgeable about your home’s electrical systems is ideal, having professional home electricians deal with your electrical systems is always the best option.

Why Choose Us?

If you’re looking for credible home electricians to assist you with your electrical needs, GKB Electrical can help you. Based in Perth, our reliable team of qualified electricians provide exceptional residential and commercial electrical services.

The areas we service include Armadale, Cockburn, Byford, Coogee, Canning Vale, Piara Waters, Huntingdale, Serpentine, and Darling Downs. Learn more about how we can help you today!

Get in touch with GKB Electrical today!