Albany Extra - - Trades & Services -

Happy cus­tomers are loyal cus­tomers, and Todd Jef­feris from Break­sea Elec­tri­cal has many of them in Al­bany and the sur­round­ing ru­ral ar­eas.

With more than 24 years ex­pe­ri­ence work­ing in the com­mer­cial, do­mes­tic and in­dus­trial in­dus­tries, there is no elec­tri­cal task too big or too small for Break­sea. Whether build­ing a new home or re­pair­ing an old one, Todd’s deal­ings with a va­ri­ety of ovens and stoves, heaters, re­verse-cy­cle air-con­di­tion­ers and ap­pli­ances make him the go-to man for any busi­ness or home main­te­nance.

With RCDs and hard-wired smoke alarms now manda­tory in rentals and homes be­ing sold, it’s ob­vi­ous the im­por­tance of a prop­erly fit­ted and main­tained smoke alarm sys­tem and safety switch is to ev­ery house­hold – in­clud­ing yours. Break­sea has vast ex­pe­ri­ence with heat pumps, so­lar and stor­age hot wa­ter sys­tems and Todd treats hot wa­ter faults as a pri­or­ity. In fact, he is well ex­pe­ri­enced in the art of fault find­ing in any­thing elec­tri­cal and is an ex­pert at find­ing it and fix­ing it quickly. If your busi­ness is ex­pe­ri­enc­ing a break­down that re­quires ur­gent at­ten­tion, the only num­ber you need to know is Todd’s. He will en­deav­our to at­tend to your busi­ness as soon as pos­si­ble, as he un­der­stands the im­por­tance of hav­ing your busi­ness func­tion­ing at its best.

For new house wiring, shed fitouts, un­der­ground sup­plies, shop fitouts or home ren­o­va­tions, such as up­grad­ing down lights or in­stalling new LED lights, Break­sea Elec­tri­cal has the ex­pe­ri­ence and ex­per­tise. Todd and young-gun trades­man Ross take great pride in of­fer­ing pro­fes­sional ser­vice in ev­ery way, from punc­tu­al­ity to clean­li­ness and top-qual­ity work­man­ship.

Break­sea Elec­tri­cal will travel where ever you need them and of­fer free quotes and eft­pos and credit card fa­cil­i­ties.

For peace-of-mind on elec­tri­cal work, call Todd on 0419 300 034.

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