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 240 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.
25 Nov 2017
A LISMORE family business has been awarded a $20 million contract to complete works at the new Grafton Correctional Centre. Laser Plumbing and Electrical Lismore, spearheaded a bid to supply temporary plumbing and electoral work at the new 1700 inmate prison on the North Coast.
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21 Nov 2017
Twenty-three-year-old apprentice, Tori Preddy longs for the day where people won’t look twice when they see a female on a worksite. As part of the 2% of women working in the plumbing and electrical trades, Tori has become used to people asking when the plumber is coming to the job, and then the look of surprise when she tells the customer that she is the plumber. But it is something that she looks forward to changing as more women enter the industry and is enjoying changing perceptions of those customers she works with.
Category : Blog
19 Nov 2017
Flushing toilets and the ability to wash your hands is something most people take for granted. But for a school of 300 students currently sharing two toilets as well as a water supply also shared with local farmers, access to clean water and facilities can mean the difference between life and death. Apprentice, Aidan Ward from Laser Plumbing Sale has returned to Indonesia to complete the work in the remote school which he began in August this year, working with other plumbers, engineers and architects from the US, Ireland, India and Indonesia.
Category : Blog
13 Nov 2017
Like many, Steve Campbell began his career as a trade business owner as a man-and-a-van. Getting work was never an issue, keeping his system fluent and organised was.
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Steve Keil is the driving force behind the Laser network which supports more than 240 plumbing and electrical contracting businesses across Australia and New Zealand.
After several years of building, training and maintaining their own software, Laser turned to simPRO for a solution to support their growing community.
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.
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