WA's Trusted Electrical Contractors for Over 30 Years.

For many years Coastal Electrics have provided quality electrical services to Residential, Commercial, Industrial and Mining clients throughout WA. Our professional & reliable service has helped us to build long term sustainable relationships with our clients.

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Welcome to Coastal Electrics

At Coastal Electrics, we differentiate ourselves by ensuring that we deliver a completely authentic service to all our clients. Through providing total commitment to safety, quality, reliability and trust we are able to make sure that our clients receive cost effective and on point solutions.

With Coastal Electrics no job is too small or too large with a qualified workforce, fleet of specialist vehicles and modern equipment we can cater to all your electrical requirements and utilise our extensive experience to deliver a tailored service to suit our client’s needs.

 

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What Are The Differences Between Commercial Electrician And Industrial Electrician?

Industrial and commercial electricians are both immensely important in their particular areas of expertise. They require similar training and qualifications although they specialise in different areas. Whereas the speciality of industrial electricians primarily concerns the manufacturing industry, the skills of commercial electricians are more diverse in order to handle anything...

Signs of Electrical Problems In The Home

Electrical Problems Electricity is a reliable form of energy serving our homes 24/7. It keeps us warm or cold, provides us with lighting, and prevents food spoilage. Unfortunately, it can also be a fire hazard and a source of safety issues. Knowing how to fix electrical problems is one thing,...

The 4 Basic Electrical Tips Every West Australian Homeowner Should Know

Electricity has become so useful in recent years, that it is now considered a basic need. Nevertheless, it does not come without its fair share of concerns. Electrical failures and emergencies can be dangerous and even fatal. That said, it is important that every homeowner possesses some basic skills when...

How to Spot an Overloaded Electric Circuit?

Electricity is one of those things people often take for granted. As long as the lights work fine, the refrigerator stays on, and the PC runs smoothly, you would assume that nothing is wrong with your electrical wiring. But sometimes, there would be subtle hints of a fault in the...

Test and Tag Rockingham

What is Test and Tag? This is an electrical testing procedure to ensure that portable equipment is safe. There are two steps in the test and tag procedure: A visual inspection: Here, the tester must check the equipment for any visible signs of damage.Using the Portable Appliance Tester: Here, the...

How Often Should an RCD be Tested?

Residual Current Devices (RCDs) are crucial to your safety at home or the office. RCDs monitor electric current and how it flows to prevent damage to property or, in the worst cases, to you. Once an RCD detects a surge or an imbalance in electrical current, it immediately cuts off...

Types of Data Cable

What is Data Cable?  A data cable transmits information in the form of binary electrical communication signals between systems. This binary data consists of a sequence of ones and zeros as electrical signals.  The type of data cable you need depends on the environment. For example, ethernet cables like cat5e...

Why Does My Safety Switch Keep Tripping?

Why Does My Safety Switch Keep Tripping? What Is A Safety Switch? A safety switch (RCD) breaks the electrical circuit if the system in the home becomes unsafe and there is a potential for an electrical shock. It is a mechanism to protect the person using appliances (like kettles), power...