North Brisbane Residential Electrician Electrical & Lighting Services Launched

Morayfield, Queensland electrical contractor Lumin8 Electrical announced a full range of residential electrical and lighting services for clients in Morayfield, Burpengary and other areas in North Brisbane.

Morayfield, Australia - June 14, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Lumin8 Electrical, an electrical services company based in Morayfield, Queensland, announced an updated range of electrical and lighting solutions for residential clients in North Brisbane and the surrounding areas. Working with a team of licensed and certified technicians, the company is able to provide all types of electrical services, including electrical system installation, interior and exterior lighting, upgrades and extensive repair.

More information can be found at

Electrical interventions can range in complexity from a simple lightbulb change to major breakdown troubleshooting and repair. Contacting a licensed and certified technicians is essential to ensure prompt and reliable services and minimize long-term repair costs.

Lumin8 Electrical specializes in high-quality electrical and lighting services for residential, commercial and industrial clients in Morayfield, Burpengary, Caboolture and the surrounding areas.

Homeowners can contact the North Brisbane electrical experts for any type of residential electrical and lighting issues. From new electrical system installation for new homes to lighting upgrades, extensive electrical repairs and any others, the company is fully equipped to handle all types of residential jobs.

A spokesperson for Lumin8 Electrical said: “We can do all types of domestic work from installation of power points to landscape and external security lighting, pool or spa power outside and shed fit outs, with extensive experience in breakdown repairs we can deal with any issue that may arise around the home, day or night. We provide the best electrical contractors for the public by monitoring quality of service and only working with qualified, dedicated hard working electricians who provide excellent customer service at a competitive price.”

The company can also provide 24/7 emergency services, its fully supplied technicians being able to handle electrical and lighting emergencies at any times.

Lumin8 Electrical is also available for commercial and residential electrical and air conditioning services, as well as data and communication services.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Nathan
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Organization: Lumin8 Electrical
Address: 55 Muscat Circuit, Morayfield, Queensland 4506, Australia
Phone: +61-406-532-181

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 519346

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