“Domestic & commercial electrical contracting”

MLH Electrical Limited

Established: 1993

Location: Wellington

Website: www.mlhelectrical.co.nz

Business mission: “Reliable, trustworthy & efficient service

Treating all customers with respect, informing them of the process and work involved.
Martin has passion for electrical work and an ability to think outside the square. He loves to provide a personal and effective service.
Building up a strong customer base to make the business sustainable with good processes and systems.
MLH have had some big contracts with major firms and government departments over the years which have changed due to relocation. MLH have always been loyal to the existing customer base, continuing to provide efficient timely service.
Working 10 hours a day on the job for the first 7 years plus doing the office in the evenings!
Built up a strong customer base that have remained loyal for over 25 years. Many of these customers refer MLH as a preferred contractor with family members and associates now part of the growing customer base.
Retaining a large customer base of repeat business over 25 years. Providing a very thorough service that’s 100% up to code.
Builders, plumbers, earthworks, scaffolding/Scissor Lift hire.
Martin has trained 4 apprentices over the years.
I wish all tradespeople were as personable and professional as Martin. He is just amazing and we recommend him everywhere we go. Bruce Billington 23/05/18

Hi Martin, thanks for your invoice. We have paid it today. Thank you for all your marvellous work for us. Best Wishes, Alan and Meg Harris. 20/09/18

Martin really enjoys a good challenge and often takes on work that other electricians will shy away from.
– Supports The Life Flight Trust for the last 10 years.

– Supports The Room at the Inn over the last 6 years.

– Support Te Omanga Hospice by donating prizes.

– Supports Ronald McDonald House with fundraising for 7 years.

– Support a St Pats College program called Gateway in Silverstream, by taking students for work experience one day a week. This resulted in us taking on two of the students as electrical apprentices when they finished school.

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