Commercial wiring and electrical work will many times require additional experience and skills beyond what’s typically needed for residential projects. Our team has the industry knowledge and experience, financial resources and overall manpower to complete commercial wiring projects within a client’s budget and on time.
We always guarantee that our commercial work will be completed to the satisfaction of both customers and other contractors. Some of the important factors that we’ll keep in mind while supporting your commercial property include the following:
- Wire material: Commercial wiring is more out in the open as compared to residential properties, so this will many times change how the wires are protected and installed.
- Ease of access: Aesthetics aren’t as important within many commercial properties as compared to homes, and this is why it’s important for electricians to be able to easily access your commercial property’s wiring in case any issues arise in the future.
- Phase design and load capacity: Commercial properties always require a lot more power as compared to residential properties, which is why most commercial buildings will utilize a three-phase design to support a commercial occupant’s overall electricity demand.
- Proper insulation: Insulation is always critical within any project to protect a property’s electrical system from fire risks, and commercial properties require a unique type of insulation due to the need for higher voltages. Commercial wires will typically comprise of a nylon coating that effectively resists heat and protects wires from all sorts of potential corrosion.