Electrico (Matamata)

Domestic, Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Rural, Agriculture, Horticulture, Security, CCTV, Heating, Ventilation, Telephone, Data, Maintenance, Servicing, Exterior, Landscape, 24 hour service
Based in: 
Matamata - Piako District

Based in Matamata, and operating since 1997, Electrico was founded with the amalgamation of Arts Electrical and Romley Electrical and Electronics. We are a locally owned and managed company that is built up from over 35 years experience in the electrical industry In this time we have developed into a knowledgeable and diverse business offering a wide range of electrical expertise encompassing domestic, commercial, industrial and rural markets.

We have a large team of highly trained electrical staff, who bring a varied range of skills and experience to the company. This experience and vast knowledge ensures that you will receive the right person for your project, with the skills to overcome any problem.

We recently expanded in April 2017, amalgamating with Grant Smallwood Electrical from Morrinsville. This opportunity has enabled us to broaden our skill set, the geographical area covered and meet the ever-growing needs of our customers.

We are proud supporters of many local organisations and have had an association with the Matamata Racing Club for over 20 years. Electrico designed and installed their track lighting and continue to provide an on-course maintenance service for all race meetings.

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Electrico and Matamata College have a healthy business relationship, built over a number of years. We always found them prompt with an excellent standard of workmanship.
Jennifer McCormack, Executive Officer, Matamata College
We chose Electrico to carry out all of the electrical maintenance and new installations at our Hobbiton Movie set.
Russell Alexander, Rings Scenic Tours Ltd
Our school has had a long-standing relationship with Electrico. We have no hesitation in recommending them based on their standard of workmanship and professionalism.
Lyall Wilson, Chairperson BOT, Matamata Primary School