Westcork electricians have been serving Burwood and surrounding suburbs for over 15 years now. In that time we have built a reputation of delivering fast results for our customers. Results at the highest standard of quality and at a very reasonable price. It's these three simple tenants: quality workmanship, timely response, lowest price; that have made us the most popular electrical service in Burwood. We are your friendly electricians of choice, local to Burwood, so call us now.
We pride our selves on our honest advice and helpful assistance. Customer satisfaction is in our DNA. So if you are in the Inner West and need to speak to an electrician right now, stop searching, pick up the phone and call us on 0468 366 182. We guarantee you will be happy with our service. Dont believe us? Check out our reviews, the proof is right there!
Burwood stands out as one of the most well known and illustrious suburbs of the inner west, with alot of history and heritage. With approximately 13,000 residents, Burwood has a mixture of residential, commercial, and light industrial developments. The main shopping strip runs along Burwood Road, beside Burwood railway station. Westfield Burwood is a large regional shopping centre, Burwood Plaza is a smaller shopping centre on Railway Parade, south of the railway line. High rise residential and commercial buildings are also found in surrounding streets. Commercial and light industrial developments are located along Parramatta Road. Burwood Park was established by the local council in 1882 on land formerly known as Edrop's Paddock. The original design of the park was based on the Union Jack flag, although it was later modified to allow a cricket oval to be established at the western edge of the park. It also features an obelisk commemorating the site of Burwood Villa, the area's first house.
Burwood features many fine examples of architecture from the Victorian and Federation styles. The magnificent St Paul's Anglican Church on Burwood Road was designed by colonial architect Edmund Blacket and built in 1871. Sir Donald Bradman and Lady Bradman were married here in 1932. Nearby Woodstock in Church Street was built in the early 1870s by tobacco manufacturer Edwin Penfold. Radio station 2RDJ-FM has been broadcasting from Woodstock since November 1983. Farther south is The Priory, built in 1877 by local councillor Mowbray Forrest, and Gayton, built in 1888 by NSW parliamentarian Richard Jones. The heritage'-listed St Nectarios Greek Orthodox Church in Railway Parade was formerly a Methodist church and was built in 1879. Running between Burwood Road and Liverpool Road is Appian Way, a model housing estate conceived by George Hoskins at the turn of the century. The street has been described as one of the finest streets of Federation houses in Australia and is state heritage-listed. In the centre of Appian Way is a communal reserve which was converted into a lawn tennis club.
We offer services to solve any problem and the workforce to handle any size job. We have the expertise and experience. Call us now to discuss the requirements of your project. Our track record on customer service is second to none. We pride ourselves on delivering the best possible experience for every client. Please see our reviews section, and feel free to give your own feedback. As you can see we are dedicated to looking after our customers, we do this by providing; honest insight, accurate information, highest quality work, highest standards of practice and the most competitive price in the inner west. So if your looking for a local electrician in Burwood, then stop searching and call us now, because you've already found the best.
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