0415 854 373


Does BRT Electrical Service have any travel fees?

No, we do not charge for any travelling. We service the entire Perth Metropolitan area and do not charge extra no matter where you live!

Do you use good quality materials?

At BRT Electrical Services we only use the very best, while still keeping costs to a minimum. Don’t be fooled by cheap materials in stores such as Masters and Bunnings. Generally you get what you pay for. If you purchase cheap materials, chances are the quality wont be very good. Please feel free to talk to our Electrician. We will be 100% honest with you, we are not here to charge you a fortune!

Can I add things to my quote once it has been generated?

Of course! You can add things right up to our Electrician leaving your house! We will just adjust the quote accordingly. If time permits we will carry out the extras on the spot, or we will make a further appointment at a time that suits you best.

Do you charge extra for weekends?

We do not charge you any extra for having work completed on public holidays or weekends.

Do you have a call out fee?

We do. If you require work done outside of business hours then we charge a small call out fee. Please contact us on 0415 854 373 for more information.

What hours do you work?

We work 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year!

Does an Electrical Apprentice carry out the work or will work completed be by a qualified Electrician?

All our work is carried out by a highly qualified Electrician.

Do I get any certificates or paperwork once I have electrical work carried out?

You will get an Electrical Safety Certificate upon completion of any electrical work we carry out. An Electrical Safety Certificate verifies that an Electrical Contractor has been certified by the Office of Energy Safety. If your Electrician can not give you a copy of the Electrical Safety Certificate it means them – and their – work is not legal.

Do you have EFTPOS?

We do. We accept all major credit cards. Please note there is a small surcharge for the use of credit cards.

Do you have any specials going at the moment?

We have a year round special which is available … all year round! We also have a fantastic Winter special. Not only that but we have a safety special that you must take advantage of today!  Please click here to be redirected to our specials page.

Is there a difference between an Electrician and an Electrical Contractor?

“An electrician is known as an electrical worker or an individual qualified tradesperson.  An electrical contractor is a suitably trained individual or business that holds the required insurances and can employ an electrical worker.  Electricians are typically not allowed to perform work for the public unless under the employment of an electrical contractor.
While electrical contractors and electricians both hold licences, only electrical contractors hold the required insurances to properly and safely operate a business.
These insurances protect the employees and home owners/business owners from insurance liabilities.” *

source:     http://www.infiniteelectrical.com.au

What does LED stand for?

LED stands for Light Emitting Diode

What are the benefits of LED lights?

LED lights have a range of benefits. They have a long life – LED’s have an life span of 11 years with continuous use. Unlike halogen globes they don’t burn out, they simply become less bright when they need to be replaced. LED’s are energy efficient – 80% of an LED globes electrical energy is converted to light, 20% converted to heat. Typical halogen globes have only 20% electrical energy converting to light leaving 80% being converted to heat! This saves you money! This also means they are cool to touch, a much safer option for your family.

What does RCD stand for?

RCD stands for Residual Current Device.

Do I really need an RCD?

Yes! Not only do RCDs save lives, they are also a legal requirement. Please click here to be taken to our page on RCD’s for all the information you may need.

Do I really need a smoke alarm?

Another big yes! It is illegal to rent or sell your home with no smoke alarms or non working smoke alarms. Not only that they can save your life! For further information on smoke alarms please click here.