From rural West Auckland, Electric Exploits offers an electrical contracting service primarily to Builders, Plumbers, Commercial entities, and others with projects to complete. We will work in with the other trades to make your project happen as smoothly as possible.

Des has lived in the area all his life and has a reputation to maintain. Con, energetic and experienced has a reputation to build. Phil, with a shiny new registration that has taken much effort to obtain, is enthusiastic to use his knowledge in practice.

As we make electric support for projects a priority, we will not accept breakdown calls that will cause us to leave the job we are on. If your situation needs 24/7 immediate response please use those who are prepared to supply that service.

About Us

Welcome to Electric Exploits Limited. Des and his crew will not leave you powerless!

As electrical tradies we will listen to your request and try to do it your way. Our expertise includes all domestic and commercial cabling including data (Wi-Fi) and television.

Working with lines companies can be daunting and onerous. What seems like continuous changes to company structures, personnel, systems, phone numbers etc can make getting power to your site quite a stressful experience. It can also be very expensive. Unless you are a developer working with them continuously it is worthwhile to run your supply demands past the electrician first. Des will help you initiate contact with the right people, ask for the right things, and make sure they don’t baffle you with tech-talk!

No Obligation Free Quotes

Des would rather price a job beforehand and have it deemed too expensive, than to do it and have the owner in a position of not having sufficient funds to pay for it. While it costs administrative time, provided there is a genuine intention to get the work done, a quote will not incur any charge.

Quotes can only be as accurate as the information supplied will allow, so be prepared to divulge ALL dreams for the future as well! Replacing mains cables because the initially designed installation proved too small is hardly economic or desirable.