Power upgrade services for the home and workplace
Power upgrades are often required to boost the load capacity of homes and workplaces. Some buildings don't have the necessary load capacity to power multiple electrical appliances at once. A power upgrade will resolve this issue.
You can rely on an ITA Melbourne electrician to carry out a high-quality power upgrade for your home or office. Our electricians will spend the time needed and apply the attention to detail required to get the job done right the first time.
An ITA electrician will call you 30 minutes prior to their booking time to confirm their arrival.
All ITA electricians are A-grade qualified professionals permitted to carry out work unsupervised.
Every electrical service comes with an electrical safety certificate that ensures all work is compliant and safe.
Power upgrade case study
What did the customer need?
A customer called us about power supply issues caused by their newly installed air conditioner. The aircon unit was drawing the full amount of power from the house. This issue left the house with no more available power to operate other appliances in the house.
How did ITA help?
An ITA electrician was booked to visit the property and assess the power requirements. The electrician discovered the house needed a multiple phase upgrade. A three-phase power upgrade was installed. This installation enabled multiple electrical appliances to be used when the air conditioner was turned on.
During the installation, our electrician noticed faulty wiring which was causing earth leakage problems. After getting approval from the customer, our electrician rectified this issue on the same day.
This can be determined with a site assessment. Each upgrade is different and is determined by the power requirements of the client.
This will depend on what type of power upgrade is required. Often there is a process required to be followed including the supply authority.
Yes, they can in some cases. There are factors to be taken into account. The distance and terrain of the ground will determine if trenching or boring is an option.