Powerhouse: Powering Samford
Samford business Powerhouse Airconditioining and Electrical knows exacty what it is like to live and work on the land.
Business owners David and Deborah Aldrick live on acreage at Highvale and love being in the friendly Samford community ‘that we are so fortunate to live in’.
Powerhourse Air Conditioning & Electrical have concentrated its high-quality services in their local community for over 20 years and have moved with the times to diversify their business.
David and Deborah have added extra services for their customers, including electrical work such as mains upgrades, power pole supply and installation and underground power.
Powerhouse Air Conditioning & Electrical are experts in all facets of installation and services for air conditioning, lights, and power for sheds and pools, underground cable locating, and phone and data and TV points.
David and his staff can also install polyester batts – the safe alternative to roof insulation – to keep your home cool in summer and warm in winter.
Th family business suffered a major setback when the Aldrick’s home and business premises was flooded.
‘Recently with the flooding rains, we have had a flash flood and landslide go through our house and we have had to relocate while waiting for the house to be fixed.’ Deborah said.
David and I were blown away from all the support we received from friends, family and the local community who had heard about our disaster.
The Aldricks wish to thank Janelle Champney, Bev and Len Hodgskin, Monica, Tony, Daniel and Michael Foster – who took the displaced family in for three weeks, Alan and Joan from Cullen Constructions, Nick Van Der Zwan, Dan O’Neill from Panasales, Brett from Samford Security and Blinds, Scott Barr, Darren, Daniel and Bryce Keane and Luke’s friends who shovelled mud out of the house.
They also thank Peter Dutton and staff for all their help and the people who cooked meals for the family, Deanna Telfer, Angela Dawes, Faye Smith, Lillian and Allison Clark and Neil Parish – who pulled the Aldrick’s cars out, and all the other wonderful people who helped or sent messages of support.