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Appliance Installation

All electrical appliances installed

We offer professional electrical appliance installation throughout Melbourne CBD and central suburbs. Our electricians can add a dedicated circuit, extra powerpoint, customise fittings or fit the appliance to existing systems. All electrical appliances installed including ovens, stoves, cooktops, rangehood air conditioners.

Your local Melbourne electricians

Replacing a major home appliance such as an electric oven or stove top can involve more than just unplugging the old unit and connecting the new one. Newer appliances can have different requirements, for instance, a new pyrolytic, catalytic or self-cleaning oven may require an upgrade in your switchboard if your previous oven was fairly old and your home still uses ceramic fuses.

Electrical installation services

Our experienced electrical team can take care of all the requirements of installing a new electric appliance in your home. 1st Call Electrical's services include the installation of electric:

If the electric appliance you need installed is not listed here, give our service team a call on 1300 360 215we are sure to be able to help.

Expert service and advice

1st Call Electrical Services cover all of Melbourne's inner suburbs including St Kilda, Williamstown, Footscray and Port Melbourne. For the best in electrical appliance installation contact our team on 1300 360 215 or complete our booking request form today.

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ELECTRICIAN FAQ

Why does my safety switch keep tripping?
A constantly tripping safety switch can be so frustrating. Even more so because it always seems to happen during the busiest times of the day, like in the morning when you’re trying to get ready for work or in the evening during dinner prep. However, the reality is each time the safety switc...
What type of smoke alarm do you need?
There are two main types of smoke alarms available to homeowners and businesses in Australia, photoelectric and ionisation. Both alarms are used extensively throughout the country and have saved countless lives since their introduction into our homes and buildings. Each style of alarm has un...
What's the difference between a safety switch and a circuit breaker?
The main difference between a safety switch (or RCD) and a circuit breaker (often referred to as a fuse) is a safety switch protects people from electrical accidents and the circuit breaker protects wiring and electrical systems in your home. What does a safety switch do?...

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Master Electrician of the Year

1st Call Electrical is extremely proud to be the winner of the Victorian Master Electricians Excellence Awards for the 2nd year in a row. This is testament to the great work we do for our many customers.