Safely Working With Electricity in an Industrial Setting

Posted on: 3 February 2017

When you need to have electricity powering a machine in an industrial setting, the power rating and amount of electricity the electrician will be working with is likely much higher than that in your home. The electrician needs to have a comprehensive understanding of high voltage systems and how to work with them safely. Hiring just any electrical contractor may not be the best option in these cases, so take a little time to ensure you get one that is trained in industrial settings.
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Beyond the Budget: Further Elements of a Good Electrical Service Contract

Posted on: 2 February 2017

How do you seal the deal after deciding to hire an electrical contractor? If you usually rely on a handshake agreement, then you have been going about it the wrong way. You need a service contract, which should include at least these four things: Start and Finish Dates You may think it's obvious that the electrician will start work immediately once you have an agreement, but what if they still have other pending projects to complete?
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Reasons To Choose A Commercial Electrician Before Problems Arise

Posted on: 29 September 2016

You might think of commercial electricians as someone you only see when a problem comes up. However, hiring an electrician beforehand is a great move for any building manager. Here are some of the benefits of hiring a commercial electrician now.  They Can Do a Safety Audit  The first benefit is that the commercial electricians may be able to do a safety audit to pinpoint any safety issues that could eventually lead to a power outage or even a fire.
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Two Types Of Outlets Designed To Forestall Electrical Malfunctions

Posted on: 27 September 2016

Among the great electrical safety features designed in recent years are two types of outlets that help reduce electrical shocks and prevent electrical fires. Of course, they can't universally prevent anything bad from happening, and they require periodic maintenance for ideal functioning, but they're still a great help in the quest for a safe electrical system. Here are two types of outlets that can help keep you and your family safe from electrocution and electrical fires.
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