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Electrician in Hurstville Grove
Finding a trustworthy electrician in Hurstville Grove can be quite a task, but with Staywired Electrical, you can be certain of our customer-oriented service with 24/7 emergency support – just call 02 8315 3260. How many times have you experienced an electrical failure, called the first service nearby, got it fixed, but then it all broke down in a few weeks’ time again? Then you had to repeat the whole process. How frustrating, time-consuming and expensive this exercise is, as well as being completely unnecessary.
Our trained, fully licensed and insured professionals will provide you with the optimum solutions – they will even call you back after the job to evaluate your satisfaction. You can rest assured that our team is more than qualified and maintains the highest standards of workmanship. We promise to adapt to your schedule and budget, and be efficient. You can expect nothing less than friendly service and ideal work ethics. We’ll clean up after the work is done and provide additional advice, if needed. You can have satisfaction that our electrician in Hurstville Grove is competent to handle any power failure or electrical outage.
Fully Licensed and Qualified Electricians
We recruit our employees carefully. Every member of our team goes through training and obtains a nationally recognised electrical qualification. Safety is our top priority and, with our electrician in Hurstville Grove, you don’t have to worry about anything. Contact us day or night, because our emergency service does not close.
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Did you know…?
Captain John Townson and his brother, Robert Townson, were granted land in 1808 and later in the areas known as Hurstville, Bexley, Penshurst, Mortdale, Peakhurst, Kingsgrove and Beverly Hills. It seems that they didn’t occupy the land because they were both found it to be unsuitable for farming sheep and wool. The land was later purchased by Simeon Lord and it was passed to John Rose Holden and James Holt of the Bank of NSW. In 1850, it was purchased by Michael Gannon. The school in the area was called Hurstville by School Inspector MacIntyre in 1876 and the station adopted the Hurstville name when the railway was completed in 1884.
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