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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by dreamergrrl, 22nd Apr, 2016.

  1. dreamergrrl

    dreamergrrl New Member

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    Hey Guys

    Have been given a very over the top quote thru my real estate sparky to replace a cooktop in a unit at Mount Druitt. The cooktop the RE sparky quoted me ($650) I can buy from Bunnings for $299. PLUS installation. So I'll get the cooktop from Bunnings and organise it myself.

    Can anyone recommend a good sparky in Mount Druitt??
     
  2. DaveM

    DaveM Adelaide Buyers Agent & KFC Strategist Business Member

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    Alex 0423 051 821
     
  3. MsAli

    MsAli Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    Hi there

    Happy to recommend ours on PM.

    Only tradie we've found reliable in all these years!

    That's too much! Ridiculous!
     
  4. Nick Valsamis

    Nick Valsamis Real Estate Professional

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    Sometimes they don't mention model/size on the quote so make sure it is the same size required.
    Otherwise having another electrician do the installation when you have the item shouldn't cost more than $100.
     
  5. Nick Valsamis

    Nick Valsamis Real Estate Professional

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    dreamergrrl New Member

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    Thanks Nick
    No, I saw the Bellini one, Im looking at the Everdure.....
    would appreciate the sparky's details though......
     
  7. Nick Valsamis

    Nick Valsamis Real Estate Professional

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    Fair enough, that brand might be okay then.

    The guys at Velectric are reliable from my experience, contact details on their website. www.velectric.com.au