Aug 06, 2010 3:43 pm
Please move this post to the appropriate group if this is not the right one.
I am building a new house in WA.
Somehow, the electrical fittings such as chandeliars, wall lights etc selections in WA are not that many and not as attractive as those in some other states or overseas.
Is there any rule that prevent me from purchasing them from other states or overseas and getting it installed by a licensed electrician.
Any feedback appreciated.
Re: Electrical fittings - WA2
Aug 06, 2010 3:57 pm
Shouldnt see why not Wazafi, its an australian standard not state by state....maybe call a lighting shop and check with them?
Re: Electrical fittings - WA3
Aug 06, 2010 10:21 pm
as long as you buy them from Australia you won't need to get them rewired. If you buy from overseas you might need to.
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