AllPhase Electrical and Solar is a full-service provider for all your electrical and solar needs.

Fully qualified, accredited and insured, AllPhase is based in Batemans Bay. Servicing the South Coast from Merimbula to Ulladulla as well as Canberra, Queanbeyan and the surrounding region.

A one-stop shop, AllPhase’s in-house team of licensed electricians designs, installs and maintains electrical and solar systems—no outsourcing or contractors involved. This means you’re engaging a company on top of what’s happening, fully in charge and 100% accountable.

Get in touch and see how AllPhase can deliver your electrical projects or save money with a professional solar power solution.

Your trusted local sparky.

Complete residential and commercial services: lighting and power, switches, sensors and smoke detectors, data, phone and antennae cabling, repairs and maintenance, test and tag.

Save money with a solar installation.

New solar installations for your home or business, solar battery installations, replacement inverters, repairs and maintenance.

Benjamin Butler

Managing Director

Nadine Butler

Account Manager

Areas we service

Batemans Bay, Batehaven, Bawley Point, Bega, Bodalla, Braidwood, Brogo, Broulee, Bungendore, Burrill Lake, Canberra, Catalina, Central Tilba,  Cobargo, Conjola, Dalmeny, Jeremadra, Lake Conjola, Long Beach, Malua Bay, Merimbula, Milton, Mogo, Mollymook, Moruya, Narooma, North Batemans Bay, Nowra, Rosedale, Sunshine Bay, Surfside, Tomakin, Tuross Head, Ulladulla, Verona, Wallaga Lake, and surrounding areas. Also, Canberra, Queanbeyan and region.

Why AllPhase?

Whether you’re a domestic or commercial client with a small, medium or large project, you’ll want a professional company that takes the stress away by ticking all the boxes.

  • qualified specialists—electric and solar

  • extensive experience—domestic and commercial

  • locally owned and operated

  • operate at best practice

  • forefront of technology

  • informed and tailored advice

  • reliable and clear communications

  • fully accredited & fully insured

  • competitive rates

  • work 100% guaranteed

  • quality products from reputable partners

  • deliver on time and on budget

  • no outsourced subcontractors, so quality assured

  • free quotes, tailored to your needs

AllPhase also has Level 2 Certification.

Level 2 certification means AllPhase are qualified to provide more than essential electrical services. Level 2 electricians can deal with metering, overhead and underground services within the house and between the street and your property.

We used Allphase Electrical and Solar for both electrical work and solar installation. We found Ben and Nadine to be very helpful, informative and professional. They answered any questions we had without hesitation.

Meran Frigo

Our guarantee

Electrical and solar work is an investment. You’ll want to guarantee that your money is well spent and gets you the desired result. This means choosing a company that’s upfront about how much things will cost providing transparent quotes and invoices (no surprise fees or charges). It also means choosing a company that provides detailed warranties, guarantees and 100% compliance with all Australian Standards.

AllPhase provides full guarantees on:

  • Products—all products are sourced from trusted providers since quality makes the difference in ensuring longevity.

  • Workmanship—all electrical and solar work is handled solely by AllPhase employees. We don’t subcontract so we have full control over workmanship and the end result.

AllPhase Electrical and Solar recently installed solar to our home. Ben and his team are amazing. Every effort was made to ensure information was clear and precise, questions were answered fully, working times were adhered to and personal preferences were met. They cleaned up at the end of the installation. I was impressed by Ben’s integrity, openness and knowledge.

Sue Frazer

Excellence and guaranteed service all the way.

Professional electrical services

Residential & commercial solar services

Frequently asked questions.

Need expert electrical work or looking at a new solar installation? With so many options available it’s important to get the right advice you can trust.

AllPhase Electrical & Solar is here to answer your questions. Get in touch today.

Solar FAQs

Solar power, as a renewable energy source, has many benefits for the planet and for our own health. One major benefit is that solar reduces greenhouse gas emissions, which are bad for the environment and contribute to climate change. Solar power also reduces air pollution and reduces your carbon footprint. Using solar results in fewer air pollutants which can affect our health.

Many studies have shown that quality solar energy systems add value to properties and can increase a sale price. The amount will obviously vary from property to property and even where the property is located. You can talk to an experienced real estate agent about this.

The best approach to choosing a reputable solar company is to do some research. This will help you avoid choosing a company that doesn’t have a solid reputation and a proven track record. The last thing you need is a company that promises a ‘too-good-to-be-true’ deal and then disappears without a trace. Check out their experience, years in business, licensing, accreditations, and warranties. Also, check online for customer reviews.

It’s important to maintain your solar power system, especially since it’s a major investment. You can do this by:

  • checking your inverter is working regularly, every week or fortnight
  • checking your unit is operating with no error indicators (if in doubt, follow the shut-down procedure and arrange for a solar specialist to come and inspect)
  • keeping your inverter manual close by to cross-reference if needed
  • avoiding playing around with your system or trying to perform DIY repairs since you could create a major fire hazard without knowing it
  • having a maintenance arrangement in place so your installer regularly checks your solar panel investment.

Your best bet is to talk to a solar expert and get them onsite to provide advice on the suitability of your roof. Certainly, North-facing roofs large enough to have a solar panel system installed are winners, especially if there’s little or no shade. Even if your roof doesn’t face North or has some shading issues, there will be options that a solar expert can pinpoint and explain.

This depends on the quality of your solar panel system. A quality system should generate free power for at least 25 years. Your solar expert can provide details on this.

Certainly, clean panels work better than ones covered in dirt. Quality solar panels positioned correctly can self-clean with rain for the most part. If a dry spell descends it’s a good idea to have a professional give your solar panels a good clean to get the maximum power output possible.

It’s wise to talk to expert Clean Energy Council accredited installers and designers. When you think about it, you wouldn’t take your car to be looked by someone who isn’t a mechanic, so don’t have your solar dealt with by anyone other than a professional who is fully trained.

When choosing the best solar panel system, conduct some research to get your head wrapped around what the industry offers. Also talk to an expert, however, since they’ll be able to communicate complexities in plain English.

Electrical FAQs

It’s essential to engage a qualified electrician to handle electrical repairs in your home or business. It’s the safest way and ensures you comply with legal requirements. The last thing you want is to start a fire or get shocked, which are the big risks with DIY electrical work. YouTube videos don’t cut it with electrical work! Also, remember that handymen, although they might say they’re capable of handling your electrical work, aren’t trained or certified to do so. Do the right thing and call a qualified, licensed, insured and experienced electrician to get the job done to Australian standards.

You can change blown lightbulbs and install battery-operated smoke alarms (but not electrical wired ones) and other very basic jobs. The big thing to remember is that installing any electrical device needs the care of a qualified electrician. If in doubt, check with an electrician first.

Many signs indicate an electrical problem. Stay safe by contacting a qualified electrician immediately if you spot ANY sign you think could be a problem. This could include but is not limited to, discolouration of walls, which can be caused by burning inside your outlet or other damage or incorrect installation. Problems can also include experiencing a tingling sensation if you plug in any electrical device, which is a sign of major trouble. A burning smell coming from an outlet is another indicator. This could indicate that the outlet needs to be immediately replaced. Other signs include an outlet that is hot to the touch or makes sizzling or popping signs. Flickering lights can signal a problem too.

It’s challenging for a layperson to identify, out of the rows of switches in a breaker, what the real problem is. If you reset your circuits and the breaker trips again, chances are you have a problem that needs to be addressed by a licensed electrician. A circuit breaker is your first line of defence against fire. They’re there for your protection so if yours isn’t working or if you think you have any kind of problem, get on the phone to an electrician asap.

Whether you’ve moved to an older home, unit, business or commercial property it’s well worth having an electrician come on-site to check everything out. It will give you peace of mind that you, your family and friends—or staff and clients—are safe and sound. It’s also good value for money compared to the cost of dealing with a major fire or other electrical problem.

You can install battery-powered smoke alarms, but not hardwired smoke alarms. These must be installed by a licensed electrician. Remember that regulations on smoke detectors change over time so you’ll need to be aware of these. A qualified electrician will provide valuable advice on the number and location of smoke detectors, to keep you safe and give you peace of mind.

You’ll want to take many factors into account when selecting an electrician for your residence or business. You’ll want an electrician who is well educated, qualified, licensed and fully insured. Check experience on their website and online reviews. Ask for references and check these too. Also, ask the electrician how long they’ve been in business and whether they’ve handled a job like the one you need to be done.

We used AllPhase Electrical and Solar for both electrical work and solar installation. We found Ben and Nadine to be very helpful, informative and professional. They answered any questions we had without hesitation. We were very satisfied with their service. We highly recommend them and will definitely be using them for any future electrical work.

Meran Frigo

Adding battery storage to your solar panel system.

In recent years, integrating battery storage with solar panel systems has emerged as a transformative solution for homeowners and businesses looking to maximise their investment in renewable energy. By storing excess energy produced during peak sunlight hours, these batteries provide a reliable power source when sunlight is scarce, such as during the evening or on cloudy days.

This article delves into the benefits, considerations, and steps of adding battery storage to your solar panel setup.

How many solar panels are needed to power a house?

The shift towards sustainable energy sources is gaining momentum, and solar energy stands at the forefront of this movement. One of the most common questions for homeowners interested in solar power is: How many solar panels are needed to power a house adequately? This article will explore the factors determining this number and offer insights into the calculation.

Understanding Solar Panel Capacity – Solar panels are rated by their maximum power output, measured in watts (W)….

How going solar is good for your business.

In an era where sustainability is increasingly important, businesses worldwide are turning to solar energy as a solution. Going solar contributes to environmental conservation and offers a range of benefits that can significantly enhance business operations and reputation. This article explores the various ways in which adopting solar energy can be advantageous for businesses.

Reduced Operating Costs: Solar panels significantly reduce or even eliminate electricity bills, which can be one of businesses’ most significant operating expenses.

How do I know if my switchboard needs to be upgraded?

The first and foremost indication is the age of the switchboard. If your property was built over 25 years ago and the switchboard hasn’t been replaced, it likely needs an upgrade. Older switchboards were not designed to handle today’s electrical load and might not comply with NSW regulations.

Homes with ceramic fuses need to be updated. Modern circuit breakers and safety switches offer much better protection against electrical faults. If your switchboard still uses ceramic fuses, it’s a clear sign to upgrade.

RCD’s the lifesaving device every home should have.

In electrical safety, few innovations have had as profound an impact as the Residual Current Device (RCD). A protective measure that’s as silent as it is effective, the RCD is a critical component of modern electrical installations. But what exactly is an RCD, and why is it such an essential device in your home? Let’s dive in.

An RCD, a safety switch, is an electrical safety device that instantaneously breaks an electric circuit to prevent grave harm from an ongoing electric shock. It continuously monitors the electric current flowing through one or more circuits it protects.

10 most common electrical problems in your home.

Homeowners often face various electrical issues in their homes, and some of these can pose serious risks if left unattended. Awareness of these common problems is crucial to ensure safety and timely intervention. Below, we outline the ten most common electrical issues in homes:

When your circuit breaker frequently trips, it indicates an overloaded circuit. This means the circuit carries more electrical current than it can safely handle. Items like hairdryers, microwaves, and space heaters can overload circuits if operated simultaneously on the same circuit.