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Should you ever find yourself needing any of these services after normal business hours, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

We will be happy to answer your enquiries and provide you with assistance where possible.

COMPREHENSIVE AFTER HOUR ELECTRICAL SERVICES

24/7 EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL ASSISTANCE IN NEWCASTLE

RESTORING POWER TO HOMES AND OFFICES

Power is essential to the daily operation of your home and business. Sometimes, however, unforeseen problems can arise outside of normal business hours.

That’s why Integrum Power Group is available 24/7 to provide you with emergency electrical services that will get you powered back up in quickly and effectively. We are leading emergency electrical contractors in Newcastle having top local emergency electrician

  • Service Fuse Replacement

    A service fuse is usually mounted where an overhead power cable attaches to a property. It is designed to protect power supply cables and neighbouring properties from major faults in your electrical installation.

    A blown service fuse is often the cause of lost power to an individual property and requires replacement, which our team can provide quickly and safely at any time of day.

  • Barge Fuse Replacement

    A barge fuse is mounted at the connection point near the barge board of a premises. These fuses are installed between the power service line and the customer’s main electricity supply.

    Barge fuses are there to protect the consumer mains from power overloaded and fire hazard however they can become faulty over time, so our team are always ready to step in and replace them.

  • Barge Board Replacements
    A barge board is the timber block where a property's point of attachment for an emergency electric company cable is mounted. These can fail due to timber rot or age, however, our electricians are equipped to replace them.
  • Private Pole Replacement

    As a privately owned electricity source, it is the responsibility of the property owner to ensure the private power pole system is regularly inspected and safely maintained.

    Both steel and timber power poles have a certain lifespan and may incur damage such as rust, termites/rot or other issues, requiring urgent repair and replacement, which our team can assist with.

  • Repairs to Mains Connection Box (MCB)

    A Mains Connection Box, or MCB, is a fully insulated environmental base and cover designed to house and protect electrical connectors from damage or contact.

    Over time, these can become faulty or damaged, resulting in issues with power supply. Our electrical contractors are trained with the best tools and industry knowledge to ensure speedy MCB repair.

  • Re-attachment of Overhead Service Cables
    Sometimes, service cables can become low-running or damaged. They can even collapse or fall. In these situations cables have become non-compliant and require immediate repair, a service we can provide.
  • Point of Attachment (POA)

    The point of attachment refers to the first point of electricity supply and the location at which an overhead cable is connected to the property.

    This connection is usually midpoint and typically runs from the public network to a roof apex, private pole, switchboard or the like.

    The cables originating from this connection point (junction box) lead to the service fuses, called consumer mains, then to the retailer electricity meters found inside the meter box.

    These are a critical part of any electrical connection and can easily impact your power supply when they become outdated, damaged or faulty.

    Our team specialises in assisting with POA upgrades and repairs to ensure compliance, safety and connection security remains at industry standard.

  • Safety Switch / Residual Current Device (RCD) Replacement

    An RCD is a sensitive safety device designed to break an electrical circuit to protect against the risk of electrocution.

    If it detects a problem with your power supply (irregular current), it automatically switches off the power in a bid to protect from serious injury or death.

    Over time, replacement of RCDs is requires to ensure they remain up to standard with regulations.

  • Defect Rectification

    An electrical defect notice is issued when electrical installation work does not comply with network safety requirements.

    The notice will list the areas that require attention and the timeframe for rectification by a qualified Level 2 ASP.

    As all our electricians are qualified ASPs, we can quickly come out to rectify this issue an get your connection back up and running.

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