Electrician Ryde

We’ve done everything from basic house repairs to major commercial projects in Ryde and everything in between. No matter what it is, our team of electricians can handle it.

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On Time, Every Time

Moonlight Electrical

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We’ll be there for you sooner in Ryde

Only a local electrician that is close by can come to you quickly in the event of an electrical emergency! We are local to Ryde, so we spend less time on the road and more time serving customers like you. We are conveniently located to handle any electrical emergency that may arise.

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Lifetime Labour Guarantee

Lifetime Labour Guarantee

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Same Day Service Guarantee

On Time, Every Time

On Time, Every Time

Honest Pricing

Honest Upfront Pricing

5-star service you can trust

Why our customers choose us…

Amazing service! Love the quality of work and also the attention to detail. 10/10 would recommend to others!

By George Toma.

We used Moonlight to install our security system and upgrade our whole panel. They were quick and professional.

By Sandy Elias.

We needed several celling fans installed. Alanis was prompt and had the job completed quickly, very happy with the service!

By Craig Neil.

Your truly local Ryde electricians

We do we mean when we say we are ‘local’? It means that we are from the Ryde area and operate near your home, which is good for you. While it may not appear to be much of a difference, in practice, it allows us to resolve your electrical issues faster. Trust us when we say that we’ll be there when we promise! – We’ve backed it up with a same day service guarantee! We provide a complete range of services including:

We’ve learnt a lot about Ryde over the years

The name Ryde originates from the Aboriginal word “ridh-ay” meaning reed swamp. ‘Ridh-ay’ was used by Aborigines of the Wallumattagal clan, who inhabited the area and harvest reeds that grew abundantly along the riverbanks.

The Municipality of Ryde was proclaimed on 17 January 1871. In 1895, the Council was amalgamated with the Municipality of Hunter’s Hill and the Ferrers and McLeods land Districts. The new council was proclaimed as a City on 23 May 1934.

The name Ryde is linked to a number of local street names which include: Dundas Road , which is named after Colonel William Dundas; Elizabeth Street, which was originally known as the ‘Elizabeth Vale’ Estate; Derby Street, which marked the residence of Mrs Mary Cook in 1883-1884; Margaret Street, named after the wife of Governor Phillip Gidley King.

You will often find us in and around Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre, Ryde Park and Macquarie Centre.