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18
SEP
2014

Client Case Study: Coolibar Ave, Seaford

When it comes to renovations, our clients’ to-do lists can include a number of changes. These changes often include everything from modifications to existing safety measures, right through to the updates of the feel and effect of the home so it better suits new occupant’s...
25
AUG
2014

Client Case Study: Shore Financial

The things that matter in Wiring and Electrical Requirements in office fitouts  Initially, Shore Financial contacted Peter and the team at Cidec after tracking us down in a quick search for quality electrical services in Melbourne. As a fast paced office environment, Shore...
02
JUN
2014

Process for Certificates of Electrical Work

Whenever a licensed electrician completes any electrical installation work, they must provide a Certificate of Electrical Safety (CES). Certificates of electrical safety are only available from qualified electrical workers who are registered or licensed with ESV. As such, a...
07
MAY
2014

Want to Save Money on Electrical Work? Don’t Miss These Top 4 Tips.

No one wants to find themselves in the middle of a budget blow out during any kind of service- but when it comes to electrical work, your budget may just dictate exactly what can and can’t be achieved, so it’s vital to stick with your plan. In this article, we aim to explore some...
03
MAY
2014

Top Tips for Specialist Lighting or Mood Lighting in Your Home

Everyone has entered a room in which they felt transfixed by the décor, the furniture and the surroundings but did you know that one of the most crucial aspects of creating a special mood in a space comes down to lighting? Let the electrical team at Cidec in Melbourne help. It’s...
01
MAY
2014

Building a New Room? Read this First.

If you’re looking to build a new room onto an existing space or to build a separate space from your home or making a more inviting and atmospheric space out of an existing room, make sure you start the process right. The trusted team at Cidec in Melbourne can show you how! The...
30
APR
2014

Client Case Study: Kallista Chinese Medicine

Kali Foster runs an alternative health therapy studio in Kallista and contacted us for an update to the fantastic studio space she worked in, that would work with the ergonomic needs of her clients, while remaining highly presentable and easy to maintain. While Kali and her...
10
APR
2014

Safe use of electrical appliances and equipment

The safe and efficient use of electricity in the home is important for your family’s welfare and may assist you to reduce electricity usage. Follow these simple tips for keeping electrical appliances and equipment in good working order and making your home safe: Never use...
31
JAN
2014

Never risk a unlicensed tradesman, when in doubt always ask to see their licence!

The Magistrates’ Court issues a record fine for breaches of the Electricity Safety Act and has successfully prosecuted a Golden Square man on 47 charges relating to unlicensed electrical work and unsafe electrical work. Michael Sukit Llewellyn, of Symons St Golden Square, did not...
19
JAN
2014

A safety switch approach to the new year.

Residual current devices and why they should be installed Often called safety switches, residual current device (RCD) is the original generic term that also includes various devices such as residual current circuit breaker (RCCBs) and residual current breakers with overload...
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