Contact us

Get in touch

If you would like to discuss your domestic or commercial project needs with one of our experienced team members, please fill out the contact form here and one of our friendly team will be in touch with you shortly.


Who Are We

At BP Electrical, we pride ourselves on our professionalism, friendly manner, communication, quality workmanship and excellent work ethic that we bring to every project we work on, no matter the project size.  Proudly servicing the Mornington Peninsula, South Eastern Bayside Suburbs and Melbourne we are widely experienced in a broad range of electrical solutions from installation to maintenance and emergency works.

Request A Quote


Looking for answers?

Here are some questions we get asked a lot, take a look here and hopefully we can point you in  the right direction.

We sure are!  Our team is fully licenced and has been proudly servicing the Mornington Peninsula for over 20 years.

Yes, BP Electrical Group have public liability insurance and can provide documentation on request.

Yes, BP Electrical Group have Safety is our number one priority, which is why we follow the Australian Electrical Standards AS/NZS 3000:2018 closely on all projects.

Safety switches or Residual Current Device (RCD) are insurance against electric shock. They shut off electricity supply when current leakage is detected. This avoids serious electric shock and possible electric burns by stopping the current flowing through a person. 

You should consider having safety switches installed on all circuits in your home, including power points, lights, air conditioning, oven, hot water and pool equipment circuits.

Yes of course!  Simply get in touch with our team and we will assist you as quickly as we can.

We have been proudly servicing the Mornignton Peninsula for over 20 years.  But we also service areas of Melbourne and surrounding suburbs.

  1. Switch off lights and electrical appliances when you don’t use them, turning things off at the powerpoint can save even more power than when left on standby by using the switch or remote control.
  2. Switch your halogen globes to energy-saving LED light globes
  3. Shut doors and close curtains to areas you’re not using, and only cool or heat the rooms where you spend the most time. 
  4. Save energy by adjusting how you wash and dry your clothes; you can save around $115 per year by washing clothes in cold water.
  5. Save energy in the kitchen by using lids on pots when cooking, thawing food in fridge the night before, using eco wash settings on dishwasher and making sure fridge seals are in order.
  6. Manage your heating and cooling, Every degree above 20 degrees can add 10% to your heating bill. Consider replacing your heater with a more efficient model and only heat/cool occupied rooms.
  7. Insulate your roof, Effective ceiling insulation can save you up to 20 per cent on your cooling and heating costs.

We standard business hours are between 7am and 4pm.  If you have an electrical emergency outside these hours, please reach out to our team and someone will be in touch as soon as possible.

We understand that each project is different, so the timeframe for the installation will depend on the scope of the work required.  To get a better understanding of how long your installation will take, please reach out to our team to discuss your unique requirements.

Electrical work means connecting or disconnecting electricity supply wiring from electrical equipment; or manufacturing, constructing, installing, removing, adding, testing, replacing, repairing, altering or maintaining electrical equipment or an electrical installation.

Think about everything at your home or business that relays on power. From security systems, appliances, televisions, point of sale systems, computers, servers, tools, machines and more. A good electrician performing maintenance can prevent expensive repairs when electrical systems or equipment fails due to neglect. You could save yourself a costly bill by scheduling regular electrical testing and check-ups.

  1. Flickering lights

This is a common problem that families may live with for many years. While it can be completely harmless and never become a bigger problem, flickering or even dimming lights can be symptoms of a more serious electrical issue. 


  1. The smell of burning from outlets and/or appliances

‘Where there’s smoke there’s fire’ and where there’s the smell of burning there’s usually something overheating. When this sign is located within your electrical systems, you have big problem. 


  1. Sparking electrical outlet

If you see sparks coming from an outlet when you plug something in, you have a problem. 


  1. Repeated problems with your safety switch

If your safety switch often trips or needs to be reset, there’s probably something wrong with your wiring. Similarly, you may have overloaded your system and need to upgrade. 


  1. Inexplicable electrical shocks

It is not uncommon to experience a static shock when walking over your carpet, but unexplained shocks could be caused by serious electrical problems.