Fluro Electrics ☀️ Quality Electrical Installation & Maintenance
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Fluro Electrics

Quality Electrical Installation & Maintenance

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Fluro Electrics is renowned for its high quality of workmanship and outstanding customer service. We strive to provide a prompt and professional electrical service every job, every time regardless of the size or length of the project.

Fluro Electrics Pty Ltd is proudly a family owned and operated company that offers electrical services for homes, offices and businesses across Melbourne’s Northern Suburbs including South Morang, Macleod, Reservoir, Doreen, Bundoora, Eltham, Heidelberg, Greensborough & Mill Park.

Our areas of expertise include domestic and commercial electrical services, emergency electricians, CCTV installation & supply, solar panel servicing, maintenance & repairs and home automation.


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