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Testimonials

"Hi All,I am writing to recommend the services of Eric Martino from Advance West Electrical Pty Ltd (AWE). AWE is a highly experienced Western Australian electrical service provider specialising in domestic and commercial electrical services. AWE made a significant contribution towards the success of the Lathlain Place project by completing the electrical work which has generated a lot of positive feedback and comments.
I found Eric to be highly competent, knowledgeable, dedicated and a real pleasure to work with. Throughout the project Eric recommended alternative products and installation techniques which resulted in considerable costs savings for the Town which illustrates his attention to detail and concern for quality. In addition his ability to manage conflicting demands and coordinate various aspects of this project with limited direction aided in keeping the project ahead of schedule.
Eric and his team do an excellent job, are always punctual and competitively priced. Please take the time to read the AWE company profile and distribute it to those that require electrical services. I highly recommend AWE for all your electrical needs and look forward to working with them again."

Hayden Chittenden
Senior Engineering Technical Officer
Street Improvement

"I approached Advance West Electrical Pty Ltd after seeing their team working next door to one of my projects.
 
Advance West Electrical helped me by giving first class work which have made them my preferred Electrical Contractor due to them completing work on time and on budget.

I highly recommend Advance West Electrical to Commercial or Domestic Builders to get the job done with professionally and quality workmanship."
 

Sam Martino
Director

"We chose to use Advance West Electrical Contractors after a detailed process and our decision was based on knowledge of your operations, track record and demonstrated professionalism.

We now have the largest distribution warehouse in the Group and a facility of which we can be proud to operate."


Centaurus Constructions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I know what type and size air conditioner I can install in my home?

To give a fair answer to the above the following questions will be asked:

  • Whether the installation is part of building block, that requires development / strata approval
  • The type of dwelling the air con will serve
  • Whether the installation is external or internal
  • The nearest power point
  • Ground floor or upper floors
  • How old is the Switch board
  • Where is the condenser to be fitted

 

Q: Do you send qualified personnel to install my air conditioning?

Our people are fully qualified “Refrigerant Handling Licence” under the Australian Government Department of the Environment; their identification is carried with them on all jobs.


Q: What is the best brand in Air Conditioners?

The most popular makes in no particular order, they all range from the expensive to affordable that have been available over the past fifteen years:

  • Daikin
  • IACS
  • Mitsubishi
  • Fujitsu
  • Kelvinator
  • Samsung
  • Panasonic

 

Q: Is a refrigeration reverse cycle air conditioner better than a reverse cycle split system air conditioner?

  • How many rooms you would like to cool
  • What expense do you want to go up to
  • what size home or building the air conditioner is for

 

Q: Do you supply the air conditioners as well as install them?

  • Yes we have suppliers that we deal with regularly and after your consultation with us we will arrange to get the best price and air conditioner for your home, business or building

 

Q: What kind of warranty do you offer?

One-year warranty from date of installation and most of air conditioner units have a five-year warranty.

 

Q: What sort of cost am I expecting to pay?

  • This will all depend on all of the above questions and can be easily answered by calling our office on 0417 903 523 with no obligations FREE QUOTE.


Q: What is the active gas in air?

  • The active gas in air is HYDROGEN.


Q:  Which gas is used in Air Conditioners?

Today it is R-134. Very recently it was R-22, which is no longer manufactured due to irrational concerns with global warming potential.