Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Certificate of Compliance?
A Certificate of Compliance is a government document which will be signed by our qualified electrician on completion of the work. It states that the work has been completed in compliance with the standards set out in the Electricity Act 1996 and therefore meets all safety requirements. The Certificate will be left with the customer for their records.
Does an electrician need to be licensed?
Yes, all qualified electricians must hold a current license in accordance with the Electricity Act 1996.
Do you give free quotes for installations?
Free quotes are offered for larger domestic and commercial projects.
Is there a minimum service fee?
The minimum service fee is $80.00.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes, we accept credit cards, however amounts over $1,000 will incur a fee of 3.3% of the original quote.
Do you accept EFTPOS?
Yes, EFTPOS facilities are available.
Do you guarantee your work?
Weslec guarantees all work for 12 months.
Do you provide emergency electrical service?
Weslec can provide an emergency service for ongoing/frequent Weslec customers.
Downlights and house fires?
There have been a lot of reports about house fires and down lights. Is there a product that can reduce the danger of a house fire caused by down lighting?
There is a new style of covered down lights now available.
What is an RCD or Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker?
An RCD (Residual Current Device) and an Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker serve the same purpose and are commonly referred to as a safety switch.
What is a MATV?
MATV stands for Master Antenna TV System. A main antenna is situated on the roof to service one or more TVs through amplifiers and splitters.
What is C-Bus System ?
C-Bus is one of many forms of home automation.
Please contact us for further information about any of our electrical services.