Residential Electrical Services

Guild & Spence Electrical has been at the forefront of new home and renovation projects for over 25 years. After being involved in over 5000 projects we have the experience and expertise to cater for the smallest alteration to the many million dollar plus homes we have been involved with.

We are a one-stop-shop! From installing the services to the site to the finished product Guild & Spence takes care of all your requirements.

For more information about our Residential Electrical Services, please contact our friendly staff.

Residential Interior Lighting

Technology

Guild & Spence pride themselves in keeping up with technology in the home and have a showroom where the latest audio visual and home automation equipment can be experienced.

Our staff are always up-skilling themselves and with manufacturers and suppliers offering training our electricians are regarded as some of the most skilled and knowledgeable in the area. This allows the client to deal with the same person and company for all their requirements which helps the projects flow better.

Services We Offer

  • Dedicated team of 17 electricians specialising in housing
  • Design and consultation services
  • Dedicated showroom for you to experience the latest technology
  • Lighting showroom
  • C-Bus Home Automation
  • Sonance and Denon Sound Equipment
  • Undertile Heating and Heatpumps
  • Automated Gates
  • Security and Access control Systems
  • Geothermal Bores
  • Underground Services
  • TV aerial / satellite installations
  • Dedicated service department for ongoing maintenance and care.

New Domestic Downlight Standards

New rules surrounding the installation of recessed light fittings into domestic installations come into force on the 10th May 2012. AS/NZS60598.2.2 Amendment A (NZ Only) is a Minimum Safety Standard and is not intended to be a luminaires design standard. The safety of the completed installation ultimately rests with the contractor whose responsibility it is to ensure all materials used are thermally compatible. The safest way of achieving this is to follow the Luminaires Manufacturer’s instructions. Luminaires tested to this Standard will be safe at all times even if their operating environment is inadvertently changed. Under abnormal conditions the luminaries, lamp or both may exhibit unusual characteristics such as intermittent switching or short life……...but will remain safe.

New Downlight Standards FAQ