Greg Rowell has been working around the building industry since he was around 6 years old. His father and grandfather were engineers, with another grandfather a boilermaker/fitter and turner.

Working with all of them from a young age, one could say that the building industry was built into him!

Greg, has worked in the electrical industry since 1989 and has built on the skills passed down to him. He now uses those skills to provide the highest quality for his clients.

Providing a 10 year workmanship warranty that surpasses all in the industry, Greg puts his clients needs above profit.

Greg is also fully insured for your peace of mind, your safety and the safety of your home.

… what client wants to call back a trades person to fix something that should have worked first time?


Greg started his apprenticeship in NSW in 1989 and was a grade A student. He completed his apprenticeship and was fully qualified at the end of 1992. Towards the end of his training he undertook specialist training in lighting design and control systems.

Grade A student:
He was also a participant in the prestigious WorkSkills competition, for the highest performing apprentices in the state of NSW, which was held at the completion of his apprenticeship.

Advanced Certificate of Electrical Engineering:
After becoming qualified as an electrician, he undertook specialist training in electronics and completed the Advanced Certificate of Electrical Engineering.

IT – Networking, customer service, Technical Service:
Greg went on to complete several certificates in IT: networking, customer service and technical service.

Other relevant training that Greg has undertaken.

  • Height safety
  • Asbestos removal
  • Workplace Health and Safety
  • Small business management


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Gregory Rowell
License: 42683C
ABN: 84 545 590 347

electrician; electrical repairs; electrical installations; power points; lights; light fittings; light switches; electrical fault; electrical faults; electricity; electrical hazard; electrical safety; electrical contractor; Normanhurst,2076; Wahroonga,2076; Asquith,2077; Hornsby,2077; Hornsby Heights,2077; Waitara,2077; Mount Colah,2079; Mount Ku-ring-gai,2080; Berowra,2081; Berowra Heights,2082; Carlingford,2118; Beecroft,2119; Cheltenham,2119; Pennant Hills,2120; Thornleigh,2120; Westleigh,2120; Epping,2121; North Epping,2121; Cherrybrook,2126; Dural,2158; Middle Dural,2158; Arcadia,2159; Galston,2159; West Pennant Hills,2125;

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