Electrical defect notice
Trained electricians to fix an electrical defect notice
Electrical Defect Notice
What is an electrical defect notice?
To put it simply, an electrical defect notice means that there is a hazard with your electrical installation and that it does not meet the safety requirements of your network authority. The defect notice is issued by either Ausgrid or Endeavour Energy.
Once you have been issued an electrical defect notice – you will generally have up to 21 days after the notification to have your electrical defect rectified. In severe cases the network authority will actually cut your power on the spot! If you have not complied with Ausgrid’s or Endeavours defect notice, they will return to cut off your power from the street. So it is important to get the defect rectified as soon as possible.
How do you fix an electrical defect notice?
You will need to call a Level 2 Electrician in order to get the electrical defects fixed. Depending on what needs to replaced, repaired or remedied, your Level 2 accredited service provider will come out and correct the installation. They will notify the network authority by submitting a Notification of Service Works (NOSW) once the electrical defect works are completed.
Ausgrid or Endeavour Energy will then send out their inspectors to confirm that the installation now meets the electrical safety standards.
How much does it cost to fix an electrical defect notice?
In all honesty, the best way to work out how much it will cost to fix an electrical defect notice, is to get a quote. The cost of fixing your electrical defect notice will depend on exactly what needs to be fixed. You can find out some more information on our electrical faq page which will give you an idea of costs of each of our individual level 2 services.
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What if I don’t get it fixed?
Any electrical defects that are not repaired within 21 days of the notification, may result in the electricity supply being disconnected until repairs are completed to safety and service standards.
It is the homeowner or business owners responsibility to engage a qualified electrical contractor that is a Level 2 accredited service provider (ASP) to complete the works.
In certain circumstances where you can’t get the work done in the timeframe allowed, you may be able to negotiate an extension on the period for repairs.
Why choose Arrow Power?
- Qualified, licensed and experienced electricians
- Specialising & experienced in large projects
- Complimentary safety audit with every job
- Emergency response 24/7
- Upfront honest pricing
Arrow Power is a well established electrical contracting company with over 45 years of experience in servicing our wide range of customer base.
Our qualified electricians strive to deliver our customers expectations & we are totally committed to quality workmanship & to attending to customer sites on time, every time.
We guarantee our workmanship on every job, but we have no hesitation to respond to completed work information or enquiries.
Do you service my suburb?
At Arrow Power, we cover all of Sydney! Our commercial electricians are spread across the Sydney metropolitan – so there is always an accredited service provider conveniently located near your suburb.
We also provide 24/7 urgent response with our Level 2 electricians in an emergency at any time of the day or night, so you will never be without power.
Our licensed electricians are just a phone call away from coming to your suburb. Our serviced Sydney areas include:
- Sydney CBD
- North Shore
- The Hills District
- Greater Western Sydney
- Northern Beaches
- The Hawkesbury
- Pennant Hills
- Inner West Sydney