North Lakes and Surrounds Electrical made history in 2022 when it became the first joint winner of a Moreton Bay Business and Innovation Awards category.
The business won the Moreton Daily Award for Customer Service Excellence category, with Sesame Lane Care and Kindergarten.
It was the first time there had been joint winners in the history of the awards. Judges couldn’t split the businesses on points, opting instead to reward both for exceptional customer service.
North Lakes and Surrounds Electrical owners Rob and Kristina Petho credited their team for the win and said it was an honour to share it with Sesame Lane Care and Kindergarten, which has a strong reputation in the region.
They said their team, from staff answering the phones to apprentices and experienced electricians, offered exceptional customer service that set them apart from their competitors.
Rob and Kristina believe looking after their staff is equally important and it’s an aspect of their business they have focused on.
North Lakes and Surrounds Electrical has grown with the Moreton Bay Region, since it was launched in 2004.
About North Lakes and Surrounds Electrical
North Lakes and Surrounds Electrical provides 24-hour emergency services, for homes, workplaces and other properties, on electrical maintenance, repair or general installation.
The team also does commercial office fit-outs, data and communication cabling, security, emergency lighting, safety switches, surge protection and more.
Property management services are also available for landlords and tenants.
The team offers a free electrical safety check with every residential callout.
North Lakes and Surrounds Electrical has a fleet of vans and team of electricians covering the Moreton Bay Region and northern suburbs of Brisbane.
Rob and Kristina founded the business in 2004. He is the director and chief electrician and Kristina is responsible for business development and office management.
They have a team of experienced electricians, their senior electrician has been with the business for a decade.
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