Electricians in SA

Qualified & Trusted
Electrical Services

Providing a Range of
Commercial & Residential Services

All electricians listed on this site have had their qualifications checked and confirmed by the Electrical Conformance Board of South Africa, the umbrella organisation for the electrical industry in South Africa.

They are confirmed as either Single Phase Testers, Installation Electricians or Master Electricians. All ECB registered electricians are issued a card by the ECB that identifies them and their qualification level. 

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INSTALLATION & WIRING

Adding or replacing your sockets, lights and wiring. Ensuring your property is issued with a Certificate of Compliance.

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RENEWABLE, ALTERNATIVE & GENERATOR POWER

A property must be electrically compliant before installing additional power sources. Use qualified electricians to plan & implement your additional needs.

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ELECTRICAL TESTING

Before buying a property, ensure it is electrically compliant to prevent dangerous problems in the future.

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ELECTRICAL DESIGN & PLANNING WORK

Electricians are trained to plan and design updates to your property. Ensure that you are safe according to the standards by using qualified electricians.

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THE ECB & Why We are
Ensuring The Best For the Job

‘South Africa has a staggering R3bn per year of fire damage. This has increased by R2bn per year over the last 9 years. It is believed that a large percentage of this increase is due to the poor quality of components and poor workmanship in the industry. Combined with the lack of transparency regarding who are qualified electricians and the Certificates of Compliance they issue things are declining to a point where it is difficult to tell ‘good from bad’.

We encourage everyone to remember that faulty, poorly installed or sub-standard components in your home can lead to a building fire that your insurance company might not cover you for. Not to mention the physical dangers of loss of life to employees, family and others.

Whether you are buying a new home or simply updating wiring, plugs and lights in your office, always ensure that you are using a qualified electrician who is issuing you a valid and traceable Certificate of Compliance for the work they do. It is not an added extra but a legal document that provides you with an auditable trail of electrical work performed on your property.