02j90988If you manage multiple properties, commercial or residential, expect electrical problems on a regular basis. They can be as simple as burnt out light bulbs and batteries that need changing in smoke detectors.

But every building ends up needing wiring updates and wiring for new appliances and equipment. Commercial properties and apartment complexes often require security lighting upgrades to address increased crime in an area. To stay safe, inspections and repairs on breakers and service panels must be done in a timely manner.

Most likely you can’t do it yourself. Even if you have basic knowledge of electrical tasks, do you want to get bogged down each time a tenant has problems with the light switch? Also, for involved work, you need a licensed, competent, dependable commercial electrician who will get the problem repaired quickly and professionally.

Benefits of a Commercial Electrician

The right commercial electrician is an extension of your property management team. Here is a look at how a commercial electrician can make your life easier.

Availability.

Help is available when you need it. You aren’t reduced to searching online for a local electrician to make a quick fix. You already have one available. Scrambling to find an electrician after an emergency happens is time-consuming and not cost-effective.

Versatility.

A commercial electrician can handle repairs and upgrades in your rental property. This includes routine inspections, maintenance, emergency services, fix-ups after one tenant leaves and a new one moves in, and specialty work.

What types of jobs do commercial electricians handle?

  • Emergency repairs
  • Electrical outlets
  • Smoke detectors
  • Exterior lighting
  • Exterior signage
  • Pool and community center wiring
  • Appliance wiring
  • HVAC wiring
  • Security lighting
  • Breakers and service panels
  • Lighting fixture wiring and installation
  • Telecommunications wiring

Specific knowledge of your property’s needs.

A dedicated commercial electrician knows the wiring condition, history, and quirks from firsthand knowledge. This background means he can quickly get a clear idea about what needs to be done.

Avoid interruptions.

A commercial electrician sets up a routine for maintenance and inspections. This prevents service interruptions and angry tenants. Problems are dealt with on a regular schedule.

Education.

A skilled electrician can show you and your tenants how to reduce risks and increase efficiency; for example, by suggesting surge protectors.

Get a commercial electrician on your property management team today. He will save you time and money, reduce risks and keep your tenants comfortable and happy. Call the experts at G&C Construction & Electrical to help you find a skilled, commercial electrician to handle your property needs.