Domestic Electricians Perth
Richtek's domestic electricians are second to none. We cover a large variety of domestic work W.A wide. We take pride in each and every job that we do and treat it as if it were our own home. Due to our vast experience in the domestic field we are able to inform our clients with the most cost efficient and beneficial ideas. At Richtek no one is treated like just a number, each and every client is extremely important to us.
We understand how big and life changing building your own home can be, so we want to take as much stress out this process as we possibly can by ensuring that all of our clients get the outcome they deserve. Don't trust just anyone to work on your home, make sure its done by the professionals at Richtek electrical.
What we Offer in Regards to New Installations
All types of new homes from the most complex to smaller cosy family homes.
- New multi complex units
- New multi complex townhouses
- Rewiring of existing homes
- Renovations to existing homes
- C-Bus control systems
- Star serve
- Full automation packages
- Plus much, much more
We also do just about every alteration/addition/add on imaginable. Electricity is not something to be played with. All electrical work must be carried out by a licensed electrical worker, working under an electrical contractor. However that being said not every licensed electrician is competent. At Richtek, an extensive background check on all employees is thoroughly conducted prior to hiring, also employees must meet stringent in house criteria selections to ensure that only trained and competent personnel are working on your job. After all they are representing our company.
- Safety switches (RCDs)
- Surge protection
- Switchboard/fuse box upgrades
- Smoke alarms
- LED Down lights
- Security lighting
- All types of lighting
- 2,3 way switching
Living in Comfort
- Air conditioning and ceiling fans
- Lighting (dimmers, security, emergency)
- Stoves and ovens
- Hot water systems
Temporary Power Hire
- Temporary Power Hire
Communication & Entertainment
- Computer cabling
- Data cabling and points
- Phone/fax, ADSL
- TV antennas
- Home theatre, home audio installs
- Outdoor lights
- Spa, pool, sauna
- BBQ areas
Save Through Renewable Energy
We offer a wide range of energy efficient options. Sound like something you would be interested in? Using less power off the grid doesn't need to affect the way you like to live. It may be possible to keep living the lifestyle we love and become accustomed to, while spending less on power bills and keeping the planet greener at the same time. Our solar and LED lighting experts can talk you through the best options for you, your home and the planet.
Laws introduced in 2009 require all home sellers (before sale) and landlords to install at least two RCDs, protecting all power points and lighting circuits.
RCD’S Save Lives
RCDs monitor the flow of electricity from the main switchboard and prevent electrocution by cutting the electricity supply if an imbalance in the current is detected, thus meaning that a person could be used as the return path to earth (getting an electric shock). By installing at least two RCDs, the property’s circuits can be divided evenly. This ensures some light and power remain if one RCD operates and also minimizes faulty operation. All properties constructed from the year 2000 should already have two RCDs fitted.
Renting a Home
Landlords must arrange for at least two RCDs to be installed on the switchboard at their rental premises to protect all powerpoint and lighting circuits. If RCDs are not fitted then tenants should contact the managing agent or landlord and request that two RCDs be installed. Property Managers should also check that RCDs are installed in their rental properties.
Number of RCD’s
The regulations require two RCDs be installed on the main switchboard. In some cases, to reduce the number of circuits affected by the operation of any one RCD, homeowners may consider having more than two RCDs fitted.
Testing the RCD
All RCDs have a test button, which should be pressed every three months. Pushing the test button simulates an earth leakage fault and indicates whether or not the RCD is operating correctly. Electric clocks and timers will require resetting after each test.
Penalties of up to $15,000 for individuals and up to $100,000 for a body corporate may apply if the regulations are breached.