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Power Pole Installation, Repair & Replacement Services

IZCO Electrical is an expert in overhead lines and power pole installation/ replacement. IZCO Electrical is an accredited level 2 electrician who supplies timber and galvanised steel power poles and performs power pole replacement, installation and repairs.

Private Power Pole Replacement & Installation in Sydney

If you require, you can get a private power pole installed close to your property, which is your private electricity source. At IZCO Electrical, we supply, install, connect and maintain timber and galvanised steel private power poles. Some property owners prefer the look of a private electrical pole as it eliminates the view of annoying cables from the front area of your house. If you need private power pole repair, replacement or installation service, touch base with the specialist Level 2 electrician in Sydney on 0470 123 811 for a prompt response and speedy service. We operate electrical services 24×7 and can help you with your emergency power pole replacement.

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Why should you install Private Power Poles?

  • Private power poles give you the flexibility to position your electricity source in the preferred space around your home. Once a private power pole is installed, the electric poles then transfer the electricity to the switchboard and then across the property.
  • Besides, the street’s network pole remaining connected to the home may be riskier, thus, a private power pole is recommended.
  • The cables from the network pole to the home would block trees, roads and walkways. The private power pole can curtail the number of wires required. This will create a safer environment for the street and the properties.
  • If your private power pole has become too old, then a new private power pole needs to be installed removing the existing one. Thus, you’ll need a private power pole replacement service.

Different Types Of Private Power Poles!

Timber and galvanised steel are the two main types of private power poles that you can install onto a property. For installation and continued usage, both private power pole types come with their unique benefits and drawbacks. And it is up to the homeowner and his/her personal choice that determines which private power pole is installed or replaced.

    1. 1. Timber Private Power Pole
  • Timber private power poles can last for 20 to 25 years or more and so they are costlier than steel. Timber private power poles give a natural look to the property. Made from plywood, these power poles are non-conductive and safer for the surrounding area. For drawbacks, termites can damage timber poles, and the likelihood increases if you’re living in a coastal area where active termite mounds are close by. If a timber pole is installed in an area that experiences high moisture levels, then the timber can decay easily. Nonetheless, the rain won’t cause the timber to mould as the poles are designed to dry quickly. Timber poles are considerably larger than steel poles and won’t look good on some properties. They can be more noticeable and can hinder at times.

    1. 2. Galvanised Steel Power Pole
  • Galvanised steel private power poles can last for 10 to 15 years. Nowadays, galvanised steel private power poles are increasing in popularity. All the cabling is stored within the pole and is not exposed. Thus, galvanised steel power poles look more aesthetically appealing than timber poles. Besides, they are smaller in size and more cost-effective. Nonetheless, once the layer of zinc wears away, corrosion can form and start to decay the metal. This process will further speed up if you’re living in a place near saltwater.

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How Do We Install & Replace Power Poles?

Here is how we install and replace private power poles:

  • Examine the area and make sure it is clear from vegetation and that it can be connected to the electrical network and property via the point of attachment.
  • Disconnect the power.
  • Remove the old power pole safely.
  • For installing the new power pole, drill a hole. Install a new power pole.
  • Connect to the electrical network.
Licensed and Insured Level 2 Electricians

Our electricians are accredited and insured for both residential and commercial work.

Cost-Effective Pricing

At IZCO Electrical, we offer cost-effective rates with top-notch quality on every project.

Timely and Reliable Service

We value your time and guarantee on-time service delivery according to project schedules.

Round-the-Clock Emergency Electrician

Urgent electrical problems demand swift action. You can rely on IZCO Electrical for timely assistance – Call us at 0470 123 811.

Know What To Do If You See a Downed Power Line

If you experience a fallen power line, you need to follow the below-mentioned:

  • Make sure you remain a minimum of 8 metres away from the low-hanging or downed line or any objects that are in contact with the line.
  • Be aware that electricity can emit out from its point of contact. If you stand closer than the recommended 8 metres, you’re vulnerable to being electrocuted through the ground from the potential difference.
  • Avoid touching the line or any object in contact with it. Trees and fences are common items that may conduct electricity when in contact with a downed line.
  • Always assume the line is live and report any immediate safety hazards to the electricity network.

Refrain from attempting repairs yourself, and never move objects around down power lines yourself. If there is a danger to life, you should rather call an emergency Level 2 electrical contractor such as IZCO Electrical for all repairs and installations at the earliest.

We are your reliable emergency electrician service partner, 24 X 7 on-call.

Call Us On 0470 123 811

What to Expect?

A risk assessment and site evaluation will highlight if there are any dangers or critical underground infrastructure close by and a plan to drill holes for the power poles is accordingly made. After the hole is dug and prepared, the pole is set into the ground by tamping the approved blue metal compound into the ground. Typically, poles are set between 1.2m and 3m deep per the height of the pole and the composition of the ground it is set into.

Our Lifetime Guarantee

Our Lifetime Guarantee

Concerning the quality of our electrical services, you get peace of mind knowing that we are fully insured and provide a lifetime warranty on all of our electrical installations and repair works. In the unfortunate event of something going wrong, you remain protected. When you need an expert and licensed electrician in Sydney, call IZCO Electrical on 0470 123 811 or book your job online today!

Why Choose Us To Install Or Replace A Private Power Pole in Sydney?

When you want to install or replace a private power pole or perform maintenance services on a private power pole, you should call in a Level 2 electrician only. IZCO Electrical is an accredited Level 2 service provider authorised with Endeavour Energy and Ausgrid and can install or replace private power poles, or perform emergency repairs on private power poles. If you want a free quote on your private power pole installation or replacement, call us at IZCO Electrical on 0470 123 811. We are a level 2 electrician servicing Sydney!

We Provide

IZCO Electrical offers all types of level 2 electrical services, including emergency electrical repairs, power pole installation or replacement, power line overhead/ underground replacement. Our electrical services have covered your every requirement.

Glance over the services we offer:

Single Phase or Three Phase Power Upgrade

Meter Installation

Meter Installation

Switchboard Upgrades and Installations

Switchboard Upgrades and Installations

Disconnect / Reconnect or Permanent Disconnection

Disconnect / Reconnect or Permanent Disconnection

Power Pole Installation

Power Pole Installation

Overhead Powerlines

Overhead Powerlines

Defect Notice Repair

Defect Notice Repair

Underground Powerlines

Underground Powerlines

Consumer Mains Repair

Consumer Mains Repair

Point of Attachment Repair

Point of Attachment Repair

Tenancy Power Separation

Tenancy Power Separation

Excavation Underground Powerline

Excavation Underground Powerline



“We moved into our new home because it had a large shed at the bottom of the garden, perfect for me to work on cars. But I couldn’t run my arc welder without upgrading to three-phase power. The team at Izco explained exactly what I would need to do, provided me with a free quote and competed the job when they said they would. Even installed some new power points in the shed for me while they were here. I would highly recommend Izco Electrical to anyone needing any kind of work done.”

- D Gaves
Brookvale NSW


“A large family in a large house needs a large air-con. Izco Electrical upgraded my power supply so we could run our new ducted air-conditioning keeping the sweat, and complaints about the heat, to a minimum.”

- F Abbott
Penrith NSW

5 Star Service

“After our children moved out, we wanted to subsidise our income by converting their rumpus room into a granny flat to rent out. Izco took the nightmare of working out how much to charge for electricity out of our hands by installing a separate meter for the granny flat. Now our tenants receive their own bill and we don’t have to worry about someone else running up our bills.”

- T Trewenec
Pymble NSW

Neat and Tidy Job

“Our electricity bills have decreased substantially since upgrading our meter. Not only are we now charged off peak rates, but we can keep a closer eye on our usage. Thanks Izco!”

- C Jeisman
Baulkham Hills NSW


“Izco helped me work out the cheapest method of connecting my home to the overhead powerlines in the street. A real relief to my tight budget!”

- D Warren
Killarney Vale NSW


“Connecting our new home up to the grid was a simple process with the Izco team at the helm.”

- T Green
Dee Why NSW

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there anything I can do myself to maintain my private power pole?

Service providers carry out inspections regularly and while all maintenance to private power poles and electricity supplies must be carried out by a licensed Level 2 electrician, there are a few minor maintenance tasks you can do yourself. These can include:

  • Remove vegetation from the base of the poles and keep trees clear of overhead power lines.
  • Besides, regularly check for broken strands of wire, loose or damaged insulators, and broken or damaged poles.

If you notice any issues to maintain a safe, reliable power supply to your home, contact IZCO Electrical on 0470 123 811 right away!

Whose responsibility is it to repair power poles?

Depending on the location of a power pole, the concerned person will be responsible for repairing the power poles. For instance: –

  • If the power poles are located on the street, then it is the responsibility of the power supplier.
  • If the power pole is positioned on your property, after the point of supply, then it is the responsibility of the homeowner to make sure they are maintained, repaired and replaced as required.

What is a private power pole?

A private power pole is a property’s power source. It is connected to a property through the street’s electrical network and the point of attachment.

Is it possible to position a private power pole anywhere on my property?

There is a standard for placing private power poles on a property. The first private power pole or “A pole” should be positioned within 1m of the property’s front. Any subsequent power poles can be positioned within the boundary as required.

How much does it cost to install a power pole?

A new galvanised steel pole can cost around $799 to $999 per size. Installing and connecting the pole can cost around $2300 to $5300. If you have an issue selecting the pole type that suits your budget, our level 2 electricians can offer the help you require.

What are the types of power poles in NSW?

Types of power poles in NSW include:

  • Private Power Pole
  • Network Pole
  • Temporary Builder’s Power Pole
  • Lead in Pole
  • Lighting Pole
  • And Telecommunications Pole

Who can install private power poles?

Well, only licensed level 2 ASP electricians can perform private power pole repairs, installations and replacements. Level 2 electricians are specially trained to work directly on a street’s electricity network compared to ordinary electricians.

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