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Looking For Your Nearest Electrician?

If you are looking for an electrician or communications technician, whether for a domestic, commercial or an industrial project, then NECA can help.

As the only association representing electrical and communications contractors Australia-wide, from business people to technicians, we are well equipped to assist you find the right contractor in your local area.

Our 'Find an Electrician' search facility lists near 450 electrical and communications businesses across South Australia and the Northern Territory. To find your local electrician simply allow the website to find your location, select any specific work requirements that you may have, then press search. A list of your nearest electrical businesses matching your requirements will then available for you to select from.

NECA SA/NT strongly recommends that consumers seek written quotes from three registered electrical contractors. The quotes should clearly specify the work to be undertaken and the total cost of that work. Any variations to the scope and/or cost of the work should also be clearly stated in writing and agreed to beforehand.

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Importance of Using a Licensed Electrical Contractor

When undertaking any renovation or electrical work on your home or property it is important for you to ensure that you are using a fully-licensed electrical and/or communications tradesperson that has both the necessary skills and qualifications to perform the installation.

Renovating can often be a challenging and daunting task at the best of times, especially when you don’t know who to contact or trust with your home renovations.

Electrical and communications systems are a significant part of a home renovation, and when done by licensed and professional tradespeople can add significant value to your home or property.

But be wary, there are dangers lurking in the contracting marketplace with unlicensed tradespeople performing home renovation works, which can be a danger to both the outcome of your renovation and your family.

Inappropriately designed systems, faulty wiring, and high current loads can lead to house fires, electrical shocks, injury and even death for the unsuspecting home renovator. In addition, your insurance may become null in void if you use an unlicensed contractor, which could mean that you carry the bill to repair your home.

Employing an appropriately qualified and licensed electrical and/or communications tradesperson removes the risk from home renovations.


Electrical Certificate of Compliance

On the completion of any electrical installation work the registered electrical contractor (electrician) is required to give the customer an Electrical Certificate of Compliance (also known as a eCoC Form) which certifies that the work has been carried out in accordance with the Electricity Act, Regulations and Australian Standards (ie AS/NZS 3000 and associated Standards). 


Further Information

For further information or assistance please contact the NECA SA/NT office on (08) 8272 2966 or visit our Find an Electrician website at