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Laser Group

Laser Group is a proud family of quality-focused trade service professionals in the plumbing and electrical industry. Our multi-award winning Laser Plumbing and Electrical Groups have experienced phenomenal growth and we are delighted to be the leading network of plumbing and electrical contractors in Australia and New Zealand.

Laser Group's market leadership position has been earned through innovation, planning, use of quality systems and attention to providing the highest levels of customer service.


Laser Group's Dependable Spirit

From our modest beginnings in 1983, Laser Group has maintained its core structure and customer values to grow into one of the largest plumbing and electrical contractor networks across Australia and New Zealand.

Laser Group was co-founded in 1983 by David Clemmett and Peter Bassett, when the pair started the electrical contractor company 'Laser Electrical Ltd'. Clemmett and Bassett grew their company through the eighties into one of the largest of its kind in Auckland, New Zealand.

Laser Group's innovative systems, unique business model and loyal customers make it the top service provider for plumbing and electrical needs across Australia and New Zealand.


The Competitive Advantage of Joining Laser

Laser Group's innovative business model allows us to provide our Members with access to software systems and administrative support to help them achieve their goals.

Today, Laser Group has more than 200 Members who employ over 2,300 staff in their Members' network in Australia and New Zealand. Laser Group continues to broaden its membership base as we are set to grow our contracting companies to over 500 members across Australasia.

We provide systems supportive of business planning & development."

Steve Keil
CEO & Managing Director
Laser Group Australia


Laser signs naming rights for Hampton Downs 500

25 May 2017

Laser signs naming rights for Hampton Downs 500

The Australian Endurance Championship’s Hampton Downs 500 will enjoy naming rights support from Laser Plumbing & Electrical in 2017.

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Dog Sledding in the Yukon

22 May 2017

Dog Sledding in the Yukon

In May 2004 Paul decided to join the Laser network, and P&J Harty Electrical Services became Laser Electrical Greensborough. Paul saw enormous benefits in joining an international network and he hasn’t looked back.

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Laser Plumbing and Electrical donates to Wimmera Cancer Centre

22 May 2017

Laser Plumbing and Electrical donates to Wimmera Cancer Centre

Laser Plumbing and Electrical Horsham will donate a percentage of its profits to Rachael’s Wish every time someone hires its drain cleaning machine. Managing director Matthew Coutts said the business wanted to create a relationship with the hospital and this was something his staff could be involved with.

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Local tradie takes to the road for mental health

19 May 2017

Local tradie takes to the road for mental health

Jeff Brown from Laser Electrical Taree will join 35 other plumbers and electricians from the Laser Group on a ride from Melbourne to Cairns in June to raise funds and awareness for the work of beyondblue and the impact of mental health in the workplace.

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LaserCon 2017 - Cairns

Laser in the Media
Steve Keil - Leadership with a Laser Focus

Steve Keil has a relaxed and yet strong leadership style and has a great skill in following a vision and what a big vision it is, as he leads the biggest franchise/group in his field in Australia and New Zealand - The Laser Plumbing and Electrical Group. Listen below for his interview with Glenn Azar.


Is race car sponsorship a smart marketing strategy?


Timbo Reid | Small Business, Big Marketing

Have you ever wondered what the ROI on sponsoring a race car is? What is the point was in having your logo on a race car that was belting down the race track at 200 km/hr. Is it really good brand awareness? Is it really worth the money? How much does it cost anyway?


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