4 Reasons to Use a Master Electrician for Your next Job

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French Electrical is proud to be a member of Master Electricians, the professional trade organisation for electrical contracting businesses in New Zealand. Master Electricians set the benchmark for excellence, ensuring Master Electricians possess and continue to retain the skills that keep them at the forefront of their industry.

The organisation’s mission is to “provide service, information, and support to our members and the wider industry,” and to “represent, promote and advance the interests of the electrical contracting industry, those substantially engaged within the industry, and the public who employ electrical contracting services.”

When it comes to choosing an electrician, selecting a registered Master Electrician ensures your job will be carried out by an experienced professional, to the highest standard – plus, when you use a Master Electrician, their work automatically comes with a workmanship guarantee.

Reasons To Use A Master Electrician

  1. Quality Assured – Registered Master Electricians review, educate and support their member electricians to enable them to maintain the highest industry standards. They have access to expert industry advice, training, and services to assist in maintaining best practices delivery for their customers. Members operating under the Master Electricians brand display, and are recognisable by the Master Electricians member logo, and can safeguard the quality of their workmanship, providing extra assurance to customers.
  2. Trusted Experts – As New Zealand’s only electrical contracting trade organisation, they work with the Government, regulatory bodies, industry stakeholders, and the public over a wide range of issues on behalf of their members.
  3. Working Safely – Master Electricians take Workplace Health and Safety seriously – safety is a big part of their Quality Assurance programme. Plus, Master Electricians always thoroughly test their work. When the job is completed, you’ll get official certification to show the work has been carried out to standard and is compliant.
  4. Workmanship Guarantee – When you use a Master Electrician, you automatically get a $20,000 Workmanship Guarantee on all residential work to give you peace of mind. The guarantee is a key part of the Master Electricians brand, and their members are the only electricians in New Zealand who can offer their customers such an assurance.

 

USE MASTER ELECTRICIANS FOR TOP QUALITY ELECTRICAL WORK

With more than 40 years of experience providing electrical services in the Auckland region, French Electrical has a proven history of delivering quality craftsmanship and top-notch customer service.

Ready to book in some all-important maintenance or upgrades? Get in touch with us today for a no-fuss, no strings attached discussion on how we can best help you.

Give us a call on 09 274 8082, email us at info@frenchelectrical.co.nz or fill out our online enquiry form, and a member of the team will be in touch with you shortly.

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