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Electrician To The Rescue Extends Job Discount this Winter

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Sydney’s best electrician, Electrician To The Rescue is offering $50 job discount. The company assures a comprehensive range of quality electrical services carried out on-time by licensed, experienced technicians.

Sydney, Australia – June 26, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Electrician To The Rescue has got some really cool news this winter! The electrical services company, thought of by some as the most trusted electrician in Sydney is reportedly offering job discounts for its customers of late.

“We are thrilled to announce that at present we are trying to keep Sydney that little bit warmer this winter by offering a discount on all of our services. Our prices are always competitive and a discount on our high quality services the icing on the cake in terms of providing unbeatable value for money to our customers” said Peter from Electrician To The Rescue.

Often dubbed Sydney’s favorite electrician, Electrician To The Rescue caters to both residential and commercial electrical needs. The company is highly recommended by its many residential customers and Sydney Strata firms alike.

“We are armed with licensed, qualified and highly seasoned technicians to ensure the most professional and stress free electrical service for you. We understand that electrical issues demand an urgent attention and so we make sure that we can guarantee on time service. Thanks to our vehicle tracking system, we are renowned in Sydney for our fast response and dispatch,” the manager noted.

Electrician To The Rescue follows a fixed-price quote approach with the client where the customer pays by the job, not by hour. This means that customers can guarantee the price they are quoted is the price they will pay, and so costs on a job don’t go spiraling out of control.

Electrician To The Rescue are passionate about the quality service they provide, and a supervisor from the company stressed not only their wide range of services but the depth of their expertise and experience. He said, “No matter what the type of electrical problem, you can count on us for help with your electrics. Whether it’s smoke alarm installation, general electrical issues or a fix for the light wiring, we can cover anything. Armed with cutting-edge electrical fault finding equipment, we assure a highly advanced fault finding service.”

Electrician To The Rescue has 24X7 emergency electricians who can further guarantee immediate emergency response any day, any time.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.electriciantotherescue.com.au/

Contact Info:
Name: Jack Wilson
Email: jobs@electriciantotherescue.com.au
Address: 86A May Street Saint Peters, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 2044
Phone: 1300 306 110
Organization: Electrician To The Rescue

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/electrician-to-the-rescue-extends-job-discount-this-winter/52655

ReleaseID: 52655

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