Clancy Corp Electricians Fit Off 

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When Shipway Constructions contacted Clancy Corporation for an electrician to fit off a new tiny home in Port Macquarie, electrician Todd and apprentice electrician Brett were only too glad to assist.  

'These kinds of jobs are really fun because you are wiring the power and lighting for a whole home’ explained Todd.'

The tiny home in question is a two bedroom granny flat at the rear of an investment property purchased last year in Port Macquarie.

Once the builders from Shipway Constructions had the roof on, walls up and prior to sheeting with plasterboard, Clancy Corp electricians Todd and Brett ran all the cabling required for power switches, lights and fixed power, such as the hob and stove, to each room. 

Shipway Constructions director Anthony Shipway said

‘We called the Clancy Corporation team on a Monday to commence work on Wednesday and they had the initial wiring work completed by Friday’ 

Shipway Gyproc installers then made a small hole in their sheets for the wiring and pulled the non-live wires through ready for Todd and Brett to fit everything off.


As Todd and Brett installed all of the power and the appliances too, it created a rather impressive checklist.

  • Wire and install multiple wall mounted power points.
  • Build and install fans and speed controllers to all rooms.
  • Install and wire oven.
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    Install and wire range hood.
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    Install hidden power points in cupboards for dishwasher, microwave and refrigerator
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    Install and wire TV points
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    Cut holes and install multiple LED ceiling lights both internally and to the patio
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    Install an outdoor weatherproof power point to the patio
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    Install and wire the extractor fan and heat lamps for the bathroom.

Anthony Shipway said...

‘There is an increasing trend in Port Macquarie for maximising land-use and these granny flats are becoming very popular as they can still include all the creature comforts in a smaller footprint.’

Power for the granny flat is fed from the main switchboard on the home at the front of the property.  Todd and Brett installed a surface mount sub-board to handle the safety switches in a convenient location near the front door.


Independent metering for each dwelling is done on the main switchboard which allows the landlord to manage the power bill by checking the meters for the correct split of power bill between tenants in the home at the front of the property and tenants in the granny flat at the rear.


If you are building a new home in Port Macquarie, Wauchope, Bonny Hills or anywhere around the Hastings Region, call Clancy Corporation for a trouble-free and cost effective fit-off, we are glad to be of service!

Give the Port Macquarie electrical team a call to organise an inspection of your switchboard today.   Call Talon Buxton on 0447 43 0080