Don't Get Electrocuted, Get an Electrician

June 14, 2016

 

Finding the right electrical contractor for your business and managed properties takes time. Although your onsite maintenance staff can take care of everyday upkeep and repairs, it is essential to choose the right licensed electrician to get the job done right.

 

Commercial electrical work is quite different from residential work, and there are different rules, regulations, and building codes which must be taken into consideration on any commercial project. Whether you are renovating an existing commercial property, or building new office space, apartments, or condominiums, you need to hire an electrician who understands the specific requirements. For instance, there will be different types of electrical lights as well as power sources to be considered. Things such as generators, back-up lighting systems, and alarms must all be considered on any non-residential space. The back-up systems must be properly installed and maintained to ensure they will work correctly if an emergency does occur.

 

If you have taken on the task of turning a residential property into a commercial one, your electrician needs to be aware of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and any requirements which pertain to accessibility. These musts all be met before the building can be used for commercial purposes.

 

All of these factors can come into play on any type of commercial construction or renovation, which is why hiring an experienced commercial electrician makes all the difference. At Superior Facilities Management Services (SFMS), our in-house electrical team has all the knowledge, skills and tools to handle all your electrical needs.   

 

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