Electrical Wiring

Get Your Electrical Wiring Done With Gary White

Do you need any electrical wiring installed in your commercial or industrial facility? Perhaps you are after a regular maintenance check or require some repairs to your wiring. Look no further than Gary White Electrical if you want to see the job done right.

Because we send our electricians to work exclusively on commercial and industrial projects, we stand out from other electrical companies. Rather than spending most, if not all our time servicing residential homes, we have driven and advanced our skills in the complexities of electrical work in facilities that belong to businesses.

If you are looking for a team of professional electricians in Auckland, from Buckland’s Beach to Drury to Remuera, then call Gary White Electrical.

Choose a Gary White power electrician for your commercial or industrial facility

Every power electrician on our team is an expert in the maintenance, installation, repair, and upgrading of the power generation that goes on in your facility. While minimizing any disturbance to your day-to-day business operations, we can carry out any work you require on your electrical wiring system.

Electrical Wiring

How does wiring work?

Every object that uses electricity requires wires at some point along the way. From phone chargers to power lines, you will undoubtedly see them everywhere. Our team of expert electricians at Gary White Electrical know the ins and outs of this complex system that brings power to many of the facilities your business relies on.

Power Electrician

We prioritize the needs of you and your enterprise, so you can trust that when you work with us, you will see the benefits. By installing and maintaining the wiring in your buildings, we can control the equipment through which electricity flows - ensuring that your electrical system is safe and reliable.Usually, we will begin our work by assessing any blueprints of your facility.

Blueprints make excellent road maps for electricians because they show where all circuits, outlets, load centres, panel boards, and specialty equipment are located.

Once we have an idea of where everything is, we will then be able to install and connect electrical wiring to circuit breakers, outlets, transformers, and the rest of your electrical system.

Much of how we interpret electrical wiring is through colour coding. There are live wires (coloured brown), neutral wires (coloured blue), and earth wires (green and yellow). In the simplest terms, combining live and neutral wiring creates a circuit. Earth wires are there to prevent the risk of electrocution, as they connect to the earth, thereby grounding the electrical current.

How we work with electrical wiring

As your trusty electricians working on your industrial or commercial facility, we can attach the appropriate coloured sleeves to the correct wires. In the past, live wires used to be coloured red and neutral wires used to be black.

Occasionally, people notice brown or black wires connected to their computers or aerials and are unsure whether they are circuit wires. If this happens to you, give us a call at Gary White Electrical. We can ensure that your facility in East Tamaki has the safest and most effective possible electrical supply

Live wires

The purpose of live wires is to carry electricity to the apparatus that it is meant to be powering. Part of our job is to ensure that it is connected at all times to the earth and neutral wires to prevent the risk of electrocution. We also can only work with this wiring when it is not connected to a power source.

Neutral wires

The blue neutral wires help avoid the overloading of electricity in appliances by transferring it away. They present a lower risk of electrocution than live wires, but they run on high heat - our team of experienced electricians at Gary White know precisely how to work with these wires with caution.

Earth wires

The safety mechanism of circuit systems, earth wires connect the metal to the earth to prevent the risk of electrocution. This function prevents the current from transmitting to the casing.

Single and three-phase wiring

There is a variety of different ways that wires can work together, including single and three-phase wiring.

Two wires working together form a single-phase connection which allows electrical loads to balance relatively easily in the network. In contrast, a three-phase connection consists of three or four wires working together – allowing a greater amount of power to be generated.

At Gary White, we work with the more complex three-phase connection more often since workplaces require this increased generation of power. We can identify what kind of connection might already be installed in your facility and determine whether that is the most effective method for your needs.

Choose Gary White Electrical

Our team at Gary White Electrical have the knowledge, experience, and expertise to safely and effectively work with electrical wiring. If you run a commercial or industrial facility and require any kind of electrical work, including:
Machine safety upgrades – including any repairs and configuration on the machinery in your plant

Hot water repairs – working with both specialized and standard functions

Switchboard repairs

Lighting repairs and commercial lighting installation

Any kind of electrical maintenance, repairs, upgrades or installations

Then work with Gary White Electrical!

We are proud of the fact that the customers that choose us, continue to work with us time and time again. Providing our specialist and advanced skills to commercial and industrial clients, we follow robust New Zealand standards to get the job done right. By putting YOU first, we deliver exceptional customer service every time, our work gets done to the highest standard, and all the while, we offer affordable rates.

Whatever electrical requirements you have in your facility, a power electrician from Gary White Electrical will tailor their service to meet your needs.

If you’d like to find out more, give us a call today on 09 273 3043. We are also happy to offer free, no-obligation quotes to anyone who contacts us. We can’t wait to hear from you!