CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
When booking an appointment, we will ask if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID. We will also ask if you have been to any exposure sites at critical times (see qld.gov.au for more information). If you answer yes to either question, we will need to wait until you can provide a negative COVID test before a booking can be made. Learn more about our COVID response here.

Coronavirus Action Plan

Last Updated: 8:30 30/6/21

Noosa Electric Co. Remains Fully Operational
We’re responding to your essential electrical, appliance and air-conditioning needs, keeping busy and working safely. We remain committed to providing outstanding service to our valued customers.  Given the necessary changes to our business, you can help us deliver service more safely by minimising any face to face contact:

1. Please book your job by telephone, email, or on our website
2. Please make your payments online
3. If you require a workshop repair, please ensure this is booked with our scheduling team prior to dropping off your appliance
4. Any parts enquiry should be made via our website

Here’s how we’re optimising our service to ensure the continued safety of our staff and customers:

Appointment Screening
We’re doing site visits, but we’re screening our appointments:

When booking an appointment, we will ask if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID. We will also ask if you have been to any exposure sites at critical times (see qld.gov.au for more information). If you answer yes to either question, we will need to wait until you can provide a negative COVID test before a booking can be made. 

Social Distancing
When we visit, we will ask you to stay in a separate room while we’re working. At the moment, it’s important for people to stay apart from each other. Don’t worry, you’ll still be able to talk to us! 

Equipment Updates
Our team is equipped with masks, gloves and sanitiser. We are sanitising our work area onsite, as appropriate, and our vans and equipment before and after site visits.

Working Remotely
Our administration and scheduling teams continue to work from home to minimise face to face contact. Our office is staffed by our operations team ensuring that we continue to keep those parts and equipment on hand for our technical team.

In The Office
Our showroom is temporarily closed, but we have contactless drop-off points if you need to drop off your appliance for repair. In addition to supporting our staff with work-from-home measures where possible, we have installed hand-sanitising stations around our office for use after all customer service and parts transactions, as well as daily activities. High-touch areas are cleaned multiple times a day. 

Our Team
We have implemented a strict 1 in and 1 out policy for all technicians when visiting our workshop. We’re also utilising work-from-home arrangements and separating our office and workshop environments. 

High-Risk Customers
We are prioritising customers with electrical repairs that are critical to their health. Given we are the largest team of electricians in the local area, we can be very responsive. If you become aware of a high-risk person in need of our services, please ask them to get in touch.

We appreciate every single customer, as we face this rapidly changing environment together, and give you our commitment to support the community that we have been proudly a part of since 1973.