Four Reasons to Hire a Licensed Electrical Contractor for your Commercial Building

July 1, 2016

 

For over 20 years, SFMS has established itself as a reputable Commercial Contractor throughout Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. SFMS has the right equipment & licensed electricians within our Electrical Division to complete any of the following needs and more:

 

1 Tenant Fit-Outs/Remodeling

If you have a new tenant moving in to a commercial space or you’re remodeling your office space or turning over apartments, it may be a good time to contact us to make sure your space is adequately powered. You may simply want to increase the electrical capacity by adding circuits and outlets.

 

2 Rewiring and Coming up to Code

New technologies, such as GCFI and AFCI, are now required for commercial buildings containing dwelling units along with locations susceptible to water, such as bathrooms, kitchens, rooftops and the outdoors, to drastically improve safety. Also, if you are having issues with breakers that trip regularly or some dead electrical outlets, you should consider professional electrical repairs.

 

3 Storm and Other Damage

Falling trees and limbs, ice, wind, and other mishaps can cause damage to a building’s exterior and result in a loss of electricity. Under most circumstances, this is an unfortunate event, because the costs of repair are unexpected. At SFMS, we understand these consequences and work with you to help restore your power in the most cost effective manner.

 

4 Lighting Upgrades

A poorly lit area can be easily corrected with a lighting upgrade. Track lighting, recessed lighting, exterior lighting, and other lighting solutions provided by our electricians can improve the presentation of both the interior and exterior of any commercial space, apartment complex, university and more.

 

To get started with SFMS, simply call (888) 891-7100 or fill out the form on our website. We look forward to hearing from you!

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