For electricians you can trust, call Tahi Electrical. A NZ family owned and operated electrical company operating Auckland wide.
THE TAHI PROMISE: Same day response • We do what we say we’ll do • We leave our sites clean and tidy
DOMESTIC SERVICES: Renovations • Upgrades • Installations
COMMERCIAL SERVICES: Fit outs and maintenance • Safety checks • Reliable tradies
Introducing: Tahi Electrical, as appeared in Hibiscus Matters August 19
Little did Caleb Marshall and Ryan Fryer know when they worked together a decade ago that they would one day be married to sisters and setting up a business together, based on the Hibiscus Coast. They launched Tahi Electrical in May promising quality workmanship delivered “on time and on budget”.
“We were gearing up to start in April but, of course, lockdown put an end to that,” Caleb says. “On the plus side, the unscheduled delay gave us time to get our website up and running, and streamline systems for quick and efficient quoting.”
Both Caleb and Ryan are experienced electricians who take pride in their work and understand the importance of good communication. They give same day callbacks to all enquiries and leave their work sites clean and tidy.
Their services include domestic and commercial work, from new builds to energy efficiency and compliance, with 24/7 callout support.
Caleb, who is married to Bethan, also has a particular interest in home automation. Ryan is married to Hannah, who has a background in advertising and design which has been put to good use designing the company’s website, logo and marketing material.
The girls’ parents, Maria and Mark Powell, of Manly, are also taking a keen interest in the new business. Mark, a former Warehouse Group chief executive officer, is drawing on his experience in senior management to mentor the new company and Maria is learning the new skill of bookkeeping to show her support.
Mark says ‘tahi’, meaning one, seemed like an appropriate name for the business which was very much being run by one family that wants to be number one.
Originally from two small villages in Wales – Kenfig Hall and Cefn Cribwr – Mark and Maria lived in Canada and Spain before immigrating to NZ in 2002. Bethan and Hannah were foundation pupils at Whangaparaoa College and Mark is a former Board of Trustees chair. The couple are also members of the Whangaparaoa Baptist Church where Mark was an associate pastor.
Ryan started his apprenticeship in his hometown of Whitianga before moving to Auckland. He has also worked on large scale industrial projects in Australia. Caleb is a keen photographer and rock climber, a hobby that has taken him to the United States to climb a number of American landmarks.
Maria says her sons-in-law are passionate about providing a good service and hope their future is a bright one.
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