About Us

Muntz Electrical Contracting P/L have been operating for 25 years plus since 1989, in the Albury Wodonga and surrounding area. We are a team of experienced electricians providing a reliable, efficient service. We offer a diverse range of services in the Industrial, Commercial, Residential & Rural and Medical treatment areas.

Our vision

To be a provider of current and emerging Electrical technologies.
Providing excellence in customer service and all facets of Electrical work.


 A commitment to our customers and the electrical Industry is to provide a high level of Electrical work while always being approachable, open and honest.
Consideration to our customer needs
Being accountable for the service we provide.

Commitment to quality

Muntz Electrical prides if self on providing a high quality service and work to improve our standard of service at all times.
Muntz Electricals commitment to our customers is by investing in our employees with training & up skilling. To offer the best service to our customers

Commitment to Service

All Muntz Electrical staff have a professional approach to the satisfactory completion of all projects and their ongoing commitment to safety makes it easy to work with them.

Affiliated Associations

Master Electricians Australia

NECA (  National Electrical Contractor Associations )

Community Involvement

Muntz Electrical Contracting are involved in numerous sporting associations including
Albury Junior Rugby League Club.
Albury Thunder Rugby League Club
Flying Fruit Fly Circus

We at Muntz Electrical also know the importance of supporting local, national & international groups and we continually support
Local :  Access Industries,
National: The Big Issue, NSW State Emergency Service, NSW & VIC Fire Assoc.
International: Women for Women, Hamblin Fistula Hospital & World Vision.

Women for Women International works with socially excluded women in eight countries where war and conflict have devastated lives and communities. Each woman we serve has her own story–some of loved ones murdered, and others of physical and emotional trauma. Most have endured a struggle for survival.
When we enroll women in our one-year program, they learn job skills and receive business training so they can earn a living. They come to understand their rights and how to fight for those rights in their homes, their communities and their nations and become leaders.
Women for Women International (WFWI) believes that lasting change can only be achieved when women have access to both knowledge and resources

World Vision,
Poverty affects all aspects of life - physical, emotional, social and spiritual - and it stops people from fulfilling their potential. World Vision is committed to fighting poverty through transformational development that is community-based, sustainable and focused on the wellbeing of children.
Our transformational development work aims to create lasting positive changes in poor communities by concentrating on these goals:

Hamblin Fistula Hospital in Addis Ababa Ethiopia.
A fistula is simply a hole between
an internal organ and the outside world that should not exist. Women in the poorest places on earth suffer from fistula due to unrelieved obstructed labour. Fistula causes incontinence; forcing formerly vibrant young women to lead lives of shame and despair.