The Darwin electrician who turns up on time: Dunwrights Electrical will pay you if we are lateWe’ve had plenty of enquiries from Darwin home owner occupiers as well as prospective first home buyers wondering how they might spend their NT home improvement voucher with Dunwrights Air & Electrical, so we thought we’d better make a simple list now the NT Home Improvement Scheme is underway.

Firstly, if you haven’t read up about the NT Home Improvement Scheme, read our summary.

Secondly, if you want any airconditioning or electrical work done around your home with your NT home improvement vouchers, here is our list of services.

Gates and outdoors

Gate motors solar and 240v volts – read more
Gate installation – read more
Fence construction

Electrical safety and lighting

Switchboards – read more
Surge protection for wetseason – read more
Security lighting and sensor lighting – read more
Power saving lighting upgrades – read more
Fans to keep cool – read more
Lights
Power
New circuits
Supply and install kitchen appliances with great warranties
Smoke detectors to bring your house up to standard – read more
Electrical inspections – read more
Airconditioner repair. Installation. – read more
Airconditioner services – read more
Renovation works.
Kitchen bathroom house wiring.
Data and phone cabling

Security: Locks, doors and screens

Locks deadbolts and security upgrades
Doors wood and security screen
Window security screens
Security Doors

This covers most of our services and we look forward to working with you.

Contact Dunwrights to use your NT home improvement voucher

Feel free to contact us as Dunwrights Air and Electrical on 8945 3216 and we’ll guide you through if you have electrical and air conditioning projects you’d like to get done.

Voucher applications are open and you can follow this link to the NT Home Improvement Scheme if you are a Territory homeowner-occupier to apply to receive your voucher towards minor improvements, repairs and upgrades to your home.

You must own a home in the Northern Territory and occupy that home to participate.

For more details and information on eligibility and how you can get involved go to the government’s official website where you will find Q&As and the detailed terms and conditions.