Commercial Electrical Advice

January 7, 2018

Electric cars: will shopping centres lead the charge?

Electric vehicles (EV) have been around for a long time. But now at last they are starting to become a serious contender for choice as the family car. It’s projected that within the next 20 years or so, EV will make up some 27% of car sales, or about 270,000 vehicles per year. That’s 2.8 […]

Commercial Electrical Advice
December 24, 2017

Why we’re better at wifi

As a shopping centre owner or manager, hotel or hospitality business, or a business with a large workforce, connectivity is one of your key issues. Your staff and your customers demand access to wifi at all times, and that can be a headache. But the team at PRF Electrical can provide a fast, affordable solution. […]

Commercial Electrical Advice
December 3, 2017

Wanted: Shopping Centre Manager for long term relationship

Sometimes, being a Shopping Centre Manager must feel like life is one continuous speed dating event. People come and go so quickly – shoppers, tenants, delivery people, centre staff, and of course tradies. That’s why when you find a professional trade provider who exceeds all your expectations by delivering safe, reliable and affordable services, you […]

Commercial Electrical Advice
November 23, 2017

Smart homes just got smarter

This story is great news for property developers, builders, business owners and residents alike. Ever since ‘smart wiring’ became a thing, people have been installing large central units in their homes and offices to manage automated systems such as lighting, heating and cooling, and security. The good news is that now Clipsal have created a […]

Commercial Electrical Advice, Residential Electrical Advice
June 8, 2017

Avoiding Rental Property Shocks

What every property manager needs to know As a landlord, property investor, property manager or body corporate manager, you are responsible for a range of issues around the property, and it’s important that you understand exactly what you may and may not be held liable for when incidents and accidents occur. This is particularly important when […]

Commercial Electrical Advice, Residential Electrical Advice
December 22, 2016

The Renewable Revolution is here

Here’s a plug for electric vehicle chargers Forgive us for the shameless pun, but we know you’ll get a charge out of this – PRF Electrical is working on a deal supply and fit domestic Garo Electrical Vehicle Chargers, thanks to our very good friends at Sealed Performance Batteries. The stylish Garo wall-mounted home charger […]

Commercial Electrical Advice, Residential Electrical Advice
October 4, 2016

Exit and Emergency Lighting – What’s the easy way out?

As a shop owner, hairdresser, cafe or kiosk owner or restaurateur, you’re probably aware that every Class 6 building – that is, the premises where you operate – requires at least one exit sign. Even if your shop floor is tiny, and you would think that the exit is unmistakable. But what about signs pointing […]

Commercial Electrical Advice
August 18, 2016

Infrared Electrical Inspection – So hot right now!

There’s a lot of buzz around infrared, or thermographic, inspection right now, and for once the hype is justified. If you run a factory, shopping centre, commercial building or even a large office, an annual infrared electrical inspection can potentially save you a packet. As one of Western Australia’s leading exponents of infrared electrical inspections, […]

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June 29, 2016

Switching to LED: shedding a little light on the truth.

There are plenty of compelling reasons to change to LED lighting, particularly for domestic use. But for business and commercial users considering whether to change over to LED lighting, it’s important that you do your homework first, and ensure that LED is right for your usage, your operating environment and your maintenance approach. The smartest [...]
Commercial Electrical Advice, Industrial Electrical Advice, Residential Electrical Advice
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