Electrician in Paddington
Are you looking for a reliable Electrician in Paddington? You need the most dependable local electrician around: Mr Washer!
We offer full electrician services in Paddington 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
Why do more people recommend Mr Washer?
- Fixed price guarantee: You can be sure of what you will pay up front
- 100% workmanship guarantee: Is your assurance of a quality job
- Start work immediately: Our vans are fully equipped with all commonly used parts and tools
Paddington is a suburb in inner-city eastern Sydney, and famous both locally and internationally for its arts and culture scene. The main stretch through Paddington is Oxford st which contains the local hub of retail and commercial enterprises in the area. Paddington is mostly a residentual area though and as of the 2011 census, Paddington had a population of 12,134, and its postcode is 2021.
There are weekly Paddington Markets which are held in the iconic grounds of the Paddington Uniting Church and Paddington Primary Public School. The markets bring in around 250 stalls each saturday and sell local contemporary art, craft, and fashion, many up and coming designers use these markets as a way of testing their product.
In the first half of the 20th century, Paddington was a working-class suburb often described as a slum and an undesirable area; however, since the 1960s Paddington has undergone gentrification and has become a fashionable area to aspire to. This is arguably due to the art and culture movements of the sixties.
Paddington has a great deal of Federation and Victorian architecture, including the beautiful Town Hall, Victoria Barracks, and the Paddington Public School.
Paddington was originally inhabited by the Cadigal people of the Eora nation, who used what is now Oxford Street as a walking track to access South Head.