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We still haven't recovered from a lightning strike last year. Some of our wiring has to be redone and a couple of wall fans installed. Looking for a competent and reliable electrician. Any suggestions would be welcome

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45 minutes ago, canthai55 said:

Getting estimates for a complete house rewire from 2 conductor to 3

Both competent, recommended.

No English tho'

Sounds good. Can you give me the contact details?

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16 minutes ago, Dagfinnur Traustason said:

Advice: Keep looking and never look back. 😆

To be serious, mostly they are horrible. Not saying you can not find a good one, but it´s hard.

I know. The good are very rare then hard to book since they are so busy.  (Magnificent name, by the way. Are you really Icelandic?)

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I had the same question in the same location as your self . I decided to learn electrical installation  to avoid all the frustrations . I can now rewire a house combined with the breaker earth  with ease . It is not difficult and with the help of the net you can find all the help you need . 

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24 minutes ago, Moontan said:

Sounds good. Can you give me the contact details?

Soon as the wife home

We asked at the an electrical shop near us. Young man - owners son, speaks as good English as me.

He gave us the 2 contact numbers. Both in his store every day, both not cheap but high quality.

Got an estimate by a local - 24,000 THB

First of the 2 quoted 54,000 THB. Uses High quality wire, boxes, outlets, switches. Panel from Germany (I wanted Square D)

All new LED lights

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23 hours ago, Dagfinnur Traustason said:

Yes, I am one of the old relics. The Last Viking!

I am Tasmanian so I guess we have a few things in common.

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I also needed an electrician recently - my wife managed to find one but I received some good advice on here so I'll pass it on.

 

In some areas it is almost impossible to find a qualified electrician but as soon as you ask - every Tom and Dick is one, they're not.  It is very likely that some of the engineers at you local PEA depot will do some 'moonlighting'.

 

Take a Thai speaker with you though.

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16 hours ago, canthai55 said:

Khun ยงค์  091-076-6656 - younger man

 

Khun เปี๊ยก 081-980-8513 - older man

Thank you very much

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Just for kicks I looked at the wire isle at the HH Homepro this week... 30 types, sizes of wire, not one single roll of three wire. 

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On 1/13/2021 at 5:40 PM, KhaoYai said:

I also needed an electrician recently - my wife managed to find one but I received some good advice on here so I'll pass it on.

 

In some areas it is almost impossible to find a qualified electrician but as soon as you ask - every Tom and Dick is one, they're not.  It is very likely that some of the engineers at you local PEA depot will do some 'moonlighting'.

 

Take a Thai speaker with you though.

Thanks. That seems like a very good idea

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