Electrical contractors, Darwin NT

PH Electrical Services is a CAL accredited Darwin-based electrical contractor providing electrical services and sustainable energy solutions to the construction industry, developers, businesses, households, and communities in the Northern Territory and Kimberleys.

With over 20 years in the electrical industry, our electricians provide electrical, data communications and air conditioning services in commercial, industrial and residential environments.

Our sustainable energy solutions include wind turbines, solar panels, LED lighting, and energy saving systems.  We are accredited by the Clean Energy Council for solar system installation.

At PH Electrical Services our quality reputation comes from providing a professional and reliable service.  We work alongside our customers to deliver projects on time, on budget and to our customer's requirements.

We aim to reduce our customers' need for co-ordinating different tradespeople by offering related services in the one installation – electrical, data communications, air conditioning, and sustainable energy solutions.

We operate with honesty, integrity and effective communication. This enables us to achieve a true working partnership with our clients.

Our quality workmanship and professional service is backed up with a minimum 12 month guarantee on all installations.

Quotes and Enquiries

If you would like to discuss your next electrical project with us please contact us.

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