Gordon Powers offers all electrical services in South Sydney and The Sutherland Shire. With many years of experience, our team is qualified to help you with any maintenance, repair or electrical installations.
We are South Sydney’s most trusted local electricians with one around every corner. Never go without electricity or short of an electrical fault! Each of our highly talented electrician holds more than 10 years of experience and all the qualifications that allow them to work on electrical tasks in households and commercial buildings.
Why Choose Gordon Powers Electrician in South Sydney
Our licensed emergency electricians and level 2 electricians are readily available in the Sutherland Shire 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This means that when you urgently need a qualified electrical contractor in Sydney South, Gordon Powers can send you our nearest team member to your doorsteps in the middle of the night in under an hour!
Our experienced tradesmen have all completed the highest qualifications required to work on all types of electrical jobs. We are not restricted to any specific task and can help you clear any defect notices that you may have received from Ausgrid or Energy Endeavour.
We service the below suburbs in the Sutherland Shire:
South of Sydney Central Business District and across the Georges River where the Sutherland Shire is located is where we call South Sydney. In 2016 the population of South Sydney stood at about 365,000. There are many sites to see and do including the Miranda Westfield Shopping Centre, Cronulla Plaza or surfing at the Cronulla Beach. If that doesn’t sound like you then perhaps hiking in the Royal National Park may be something of interest. Explore the famous Wedding Cake Rock or the Figure 8 Rock Pools.
Home of the Sydney Rabbitohs and Cronulla Sharks team, Sydney’s South is the perfect location for a holiday trip or camping adventure. There are a lot of beaches and waterfront that you can check out and attempt to try some water activities such as paddle boarding or kayaking. Or you could even visit where Captain James Cook landed back in 1770 at Kamay Botany Bay National Park.