If you haven't upgraded your current lighting setup to LED yet, you should really consider it to start reaping up the savings. Here at Goodnest, we will connect you to professional electricians who are specialists when it comes to home and business lighting. They will be sure to have all of the solutions for all LED upgrade needs.
LED Upgrades Questions & Answers
Sick of changing your lightbulbs every month? Upgrade your home to LED. LED’s last longer and are more energy efficient than your standard bayonet and Edison 100w bulbs, using almost 90% less energy. Whether you just need one light or the whole house completed, the challenge of finding a reliable electrician is stressful. Goodnest can help connect you to reliable professionals in your area who can help fix the problem as quickly as possible.
Goodnest electricians are reliable, trustworthy and affordable. We’ve been doing this for a while, so from experience and based on 100’s of jobs, we’ve created a price list of various residential electrical jobs so you know what to expect when hiring an electrician.
How much do electrical repairs & services cost?
You may have been using the same electrician for the last few years but it doesn’t mean you’re getting the best bang for your buck. We’ve put together a comprehensive list of services and estimated pricing on each electrical service. Please note, these prices should only be used as a guide and quotes will vary based on the actual electrical situation and individual work performed.
1 LED upgrade: $70 - $100
2 LED upgrades: $100 - $140
3 LED upgrades: $150 - $210
Whole house upgrade (based on 3 bed, 4 LED’s per room): $1400 - $1960
How will an electrician charge me?
This will depend on a variety of factors:
Parts and materials - if the electrician has the parts in their van, or if they need to pick up something from an electrical store, you will be charged for what's needed. There may be a mark-up as well.
Travel cost (this can be factored into the labour charge) - if the electrician charges travel costs, this is usually charged from the time the electrician leaves for your home, to when they arrive back at their base after the job. This will also include the time it takes to visit an electrical store to get any parts.
GST - the total of 1, 2 will be added, and GST (15%) added.
How do I pay an electrician?
Most electricians accept a range of payment methods, including:
Direct debit (Internet Banking)
Cash with Invoice
Credit Card via the plumber’s website (surcharge may apply)