As an owner or manager of a commercial space, there’s a lot to keep track of. The daily operations, maintenance, keeping track of inventory, deadlines and more are just an accepted part of the hustle.
Among the many tasks that you have to perform on a daily basis, you may also need to call in a commercial electrician. However, you should ensure that you find a specialized commercial electrician, or you may not get the kind of services you really want.
It’s Remodel Time
If you’re taking some time to perform a complete commercial remodel to upgrade the space, then a commercial electrician is necessary. Not only will an experienced electric contractor be able to work easily with your general contractor, you can also rely on them to make sure the upgrades they make are relevant to your needs.
With a residential, or unspecialized electrician, you run the risk of getting residential-grade work when you have commercial electric needs.
Installing Commercial Equipment
Commercial spaces like a restaurant, chocolatier shop, or a small-scale business often have a lot of commercial equipment that needs to be installed and functioning properly. Commercial spaces where both the retail and production of the product happens in one site needs adequate electric supply, sturdy wiring and proper installation and maintenance.
A commercial electrician can perform proper grounding to eliminate power surges, make changes to an existing electric system to support heavy equipment or machine use and ensure that there are no dangerous faults.
Adding HVAC Systems
If you’ve moved your business to a commercial space without a heating or cooling system, a commercial electrician can install an HVAC system for you. Depending on the kind of system you have in mind, your budget and the infrastructure of your space, you could even get a centralized system, which is a huge upgrade for a business.
Faulty Circuit Breakers
A key sign that you should call in a commercial electrician to have a look at your business space is circuit breakers that keep tripping. While it may just be a problem with the breakers themselves, with older offices or shop locations, the panel may be overloaded which is a structural problem.
A commercial electrician can assess the problem and the damage it caused. They can also figure out whether you need a new electric panel or a larger solution entirely.
Building a New Commercial Space
If you’re building a new space from scratch, a commercial electrical service is the best way to ensure proper installation and system setup. A commercial electrician probably has experience working in an active construction site and can work with their team to design an electric plan with your stipulations in mind.
If any of the above rings a bell for you, don’t worry about where you can find a commercial electrician in Reno, Sparks, or Dayton, NV. I’ve got your back. My experience as a commercial, residential and industrial electrician in these areas gives me the extensive experience needed to provide you with seamless, high-quality electrical work.
Contact me today to get started.