If you’re looking for an electrician, plumber, or air-conditioning technician, we know who to turn to.
If you’ve just moved to Cambodia, we’ve got the low-down on electricity, garbage, and water from a long-term expat with insider knowledge of the industry. Find out exactly how much you should be paying for power and how to avoid being scammed. If you’re looking to hire someone, in most cases you can just call your landlord and he or she will send over a local repair person. For more complicated jobs, try one of the companies below.
Australian-owned TEAMS is more expensive than the local options, but the company promises international quality work on electrical and plumbing projects. TEAMS can offer technical assistance, installation services, maintenance, and repair work on jobs large and small.
521 Ang Taminh Street, Phnom Penh
T: 023 69 59 789
Don Bosco is an organization that works with at-risk Cambodian youth and has a vocational program that includes training to become electricians and plumbers. Prices are reasonable and cover everything from electrical wiring to plumbing to air-conditioning maintenance and repair.
Khalif is originally from Somalia, and together with his team of Cambodian staff he has earned a reputation as the guy to go to for all things air-conditioning: installation, repair, and maintenance.
T : 012 708 320
Chinese-Cambodian electrician Mr. Chang is popular with expats. He’s a qualified electrician and is rumored to work for the prime minister.
T: 070 555 166
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