A NSW-BASED electrical supplier is keen to put the spark back in Bundy homes with a generous offer to supply electrical materials to uninsured homeowners.
A NSW-BASED electrical supplier is keen to put the spark back in Bundy homes with a generous offer to supply electrical materials to uninsured homeowners. Alistair Brightman

Electrical supplier has a kind offer

A NSW-BASED electrical supplier is keen to put the spark back in Bundy homes with a generous offer to supply electrical materials to uninsured homeowners.

SPM Electrical managing director John Cavaleri said he would supply items including power points, circuit breakers, light switches and telephone points to 100 uninsured residents with a focus on helping the elderly a priority.

"I just want to help out where I can," Mr Cavaleri said.

"I helped a few people last time (during the 2010/11 floods) and it felt really good to be able to help out."

Homeowners need to have their licensed electrician install the goods.

Email Mr Cavaleri at spmelectrical@bigpond.com.



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