Welcome to the March edition for 2021 of our bi-monthly newsletter for Kiwitown Electrical customers. We are celebrating 10 years in business - and what a decade it has been! Thanks to all our clients for supporting us.
We have SO many exciting things to showcase in this bi-monthly edition including:
Our 10th Birthday!!
A preview at our finest work at The Thirsty Weta
A fun quiz for those who think they know everything to being an electrician
Our Pay it Forward winners for December 2020 and January 2021
New links added at the end of our newsletters directing you to our Facebook and Website pages
The team at Kiwitown Electrical value hearing customer feedback and reviews. A super easy way to do this is by clicking the link and leaving us a Google review! Tell us what you think https://g.page/kiwitownelectrical/review?rc
For Fast, Quality Service - Done Once, Done Right give us a call 07 873 7895
ten years for Kiwitown Electrical!
Hip hip! Hooray!!
WOW 10 years have flown in!!! We are STOKED to still be operating 10 years later after we first began business back in 2011.
When we first started Kiwitown Electrical we were just a small, local company wanting to support the local community with all their electrical needs. 10 years later and we're STILL doing the same (just with a few more awesome supporters!)
Supporting local is at the heart of our company, so we're glad to see that after 10 years we're still operating under the same values. We wouldn't be here today without our loyal customers so we would like to say a massive thank you for all of the support you have shown Kiwitown Electrical over this last decade.
Here's to another 10 years!
how well do you know your stuff ??
For our 10th birthday celebration, we thought we'd have a bit of virtual fun by including a game for you to take part in.
Can you answer all of these questions every electrician should know? Answers are at the bottom of the newsletter!
1.What is the first thing you should do before starting electrical work?
Turn the power off
Clean the device
Clean the wires
Stand on a chair
2. Which piece of jewellery is OK to wear while doing electrical work?
d. None of the above
3. What is the most commonly used material for electrical wiring?
4. Why do electrical overloads occur?
a. Having lights on for more than 4 hours
b. Low quality outlets
c. Power Outages
d. Too many things plugged in or being used at once
5. What units are electrical currents measured in?
How did you go?
all of the lights!!
Check the lights out at The Thirsty Weta Bar and Eatery!
This was a really enjoyable job, lots of innovative lighting and hardware, time challenging and a pleasure to be part of the overall refresh of a favourite eatery in our town.
pay it forward
We are super excited to announce our December 2020 and January 2021 Pay it Forward winners!!!
We love to support local, shop local and this is why Pay it Forward is so important to our team. Our latest winners are:
Patrick & Jane Smith - Otorohanga
Hamish Rabarts - Otorohanga
Sophia Addison - Maihiihi
Joan Douglas - Otorohanga
Fraser Nicholls - Te Awamutu
John Blythe - Maihiihi
Congratulations to our above recipients who received a $50.00 Thirsty Weta voucher to enjoy drinks & food on us! We recently helped The Thirsty Weta with their awesome renovations so make sure you go check out some of our finest work in this new refurbished establishment.
We can't stress enough how much we value the support of our local clients and businesses. The Kiwitown Electrical team look forward to helping many more of you this year.
1) D - Turn the power off!! Before doing any sort of electrical work on a device or anything, you need to make sure it is powered off. If not, you could potentially shock yourself or fry the device while working on it.
2) D - When doing electrical work of any kind, it's a good idea to just avoid wearing any sorts of jewellery at all. While you might be safe, there is also a chance that electricity could arc and hurt you.
3) A - The most commonly used material in electrical wiring is copper. It is used because it is low-cost, widely abundant and the fact that it's a great conductor.
4) D - Seemingly everyone has blown their breaker or had an electrical overload at one time or another. These are often caused by too many devices or other things plugged into a circuit and being used at once.
5) C - Amperes, or amps, is the unit that electrical current is measured in. This unit got its name from the French scientist responsible for inventing the solenoid who is a founder of electrodynamics.
Thank you for your ongoing support, we appreciate the feedback and enjoy your comments!