Electrician Coorparoo (Jarvis Electrical) can help you with all your electrical needs. So, if you’re looking for a Coorparoo Electrician, look no further and call us now:
Jarvis Electrical, your Coorparoo locals!
We are just one suburb away so still, in fact, consider ourselves Coorparoo locals. You may even spy us grabbing a quick bite to eat from one of our favourites at Coorparoo Square or a famous coffee from Eva St!
With the developments and expansions within Coorparoo in recent years, Jarvis Electrical has been fortunate to work on the successful renovations of a number of locals homes. Old Queenslanders that have been bought back to life with stunning results. We are also regulars at the many unit blocks that comprise the suburb streets, repairing ovens, installing fans and ensuring smoke alarms are functional. There is no job too big or too small!
At Jarvis Electrical, we specialize in all areas of electrical repairs, maintenance and installations as well as the installation of split system air conditioning units. In you need help cooling down in Coorparoo in those warmers months, give our team a call! We can supply and fit a new air conditioner or ceiling fans in no time and at the right price.
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Why use Jarvis Electrical in Coorparoo?
- Our focus is on customer service – we look forward to serving you
- Our pricing is competitive – ask us for a quote, we would be happy to oblige
- We work in a neat and orderly fashion – we will treat your home as if it is our own
- We take pride in our work and can promise you a high standard of quality workmanship
- We are experienced & efficient
- Our attention to detail ensures that the optimal solution is always delivered
- We are here to help – feel free to ask us for advice
Coorparoo Fun Fact:
Coorparoo was chosen as the name of the suburb at a public meeting on 22 March 1875, before which it was known as Four Mile Camp. The name Coorparoo is likely derived from an Aboriginal name for Norman Creek, probably recorded by early surveyors as Koolpuroom.