Electrician in Neutral Bay
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We offer full electrician services in Neutral Bay and surrounding areas.
We are always nearby and ready to help with:
- Fault detection
- Switch boards and house wiring
- Lights and lighting
- Powerpoints and sockets
- Smoke alarm installation
- Ceiling fans
Our experienced electricians can handle any job - nothing is too big or small
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- Fixed price guarantee: You can be sure of what you will pay up front
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- Start work immediately: Our vans are fully equipped with all commonly used parts and tools
Neutral Bay, Sydney
Neutral Bay is a suburb in the north of Sydney. It is a water front suburb surrounded by the suburbs of North Sydney, Cammeray, Milsons Point, Cremorne and Cremorne Point.
Its name stems from its use during the colonial period as a mooring area for international ships, many bays around Sydney were used to zone off international vessels before they were allowed to disembark on Australian shores. The word Neutral in this setting therefore is a literal use of the word to define the area as a place without discimination against vessels and their origins.
Neutral Bay was for many years the home of May Gibbs, the renowned childrens author. It was also, by the early 1900s, developing a bohemian atmosphere, which is visible today in the number of Arts and Crafts style houses in the area.
Today Neutral Bay has a thriving cafe and restaurant strip on Military Road, the main road through Neutral Bay. The heart of the area is around the Big Bear shopping centre and the Oaks Hotel on the corner of Ben Boyd and Military Road.
Neutral Bay Public School is the 13th best public school in New South Wales, and as a consequence many young families move to Neutral Bay. Neutral Bay also has good access to private and Catholic schools both primary and secondary, and good public transport to the city and the rest of the lower North Shore.