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What is a Level 2 Electrician, and what do they do?
A level 2 electrician is an electrician who is qualified to work on the electricity connection from the grid to your home or business. This includes working on the overhead power poles, underground electricity cabling, and the connection of the public electricity network to your home or business.
What kind of services do Level 2 Electricians provide that is different from a normal electrician?
A level 2 electrician provides services such as electricity meter installation, disconnection and reconnection of your home or office to the grid, underground and overhead power supply, and when needed upgrade to phase 3 when needed.
How much does a Level 2 Electrician cost?
A level 2 electrician is a little bit more expensive than a standard electrician, due to the qualification requirements and complexity of the work, as it involves the public electricity networks. This is a very open question and is hard to give a price without knowing the work involved. ME Ward do provide an obligation free quote, so we can help work out how much it will cost us to help. Feel free to contact us today to have us come out and take a look.
What do I do if I’ve received a defect notice for the electricity connection to my home?
There are 5 main reasons you would receive a defect notice, and if you do, you will need to hire a level 2 electrician right away to help fix the problem. These issues include having low running overhead cables, a dangerous private power pole, an unsafe switchboard, missing or damaged equipment, or problems with your point of attachment.