Toorak Home Electrical System Installation Lighting & Power Solutions Launched

Toorak electrical contractor Vaultage Electrical & Security Solutions updated its services to provide electrical and lighting system setup and maintenance, security and home automation solutions for residential clients in Toorak, Melbourne and the surrounding areas.

Toorak, Australia - February 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Vaultage Electrical & Security Solutions, an electrical services company based in Toorak, Victoria, announced that it can provide a full range of electrical solutions for homeowners looking for professional assistance with everything from new electrical and lighting systems to home automation and security. The company works with a team of licensed and certified electricians and other experts to guarantee prompt and reliable services for projects of all sizes and levels of complexity.

More information can be found at http://www.vaultageelectrical.com.au/residential.

Partnering with a professional electrical contractor is essential for any homeowner looking for a durable and energy efficient electrical system. Vaultage Electrical & Security Solutions goes beyond electrical and lighting system installation and maintenance to provide everything from home automation to heating and cooling, exterior and garden lighting, and energy management and optimization services.

Depending on the needs and budgets of each client, the company tailors a personalised electrical system that meets the client’s needs and ensures optimal energy efficiency. Services include system design, fixture supply and installation, as well as fault diagnosis, repair and maintenance.

Homeowners looking to transition to a modern electrical system can contact the Toorak contractor for switchboard upgrades, testing and maintenance.

Finally, the company is also available for a complete range of home automation and security services, combining the two to create an efficient system that minimizes the risk of property crimes and increase the comfort of the residents.

With more than 5 decades of experience, the Vaultage Electrical & Security Solutions team continues to invest in the development of high-quality electrical services for clients in Toorak, Melbourne and the surrounding areas.

A satisfied client said: “This was the most professional service I have received – the technicians were reliable and on time and completed the job without any problems. Easy to communicate with and they checked everything was to my standard. I could not fault them in any way and I would definitely recommend their services.”

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

Contact Info:
Name: Paul Costantino
Organization: Vaultage Electrical & Security Solutions
Address: 516 Toorak Rd, Toorak, Victoria 3142, Australia
Phone: +61-1800-482-858
Website: http://www.vaultageelectrical.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 481056

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