Commercial electricians are licensed professionals who specialize in installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical systems in commercial buildings. They play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and functionality of electrical systems in large buildings, such as offices, schools, hospitals, and hotels.
We are proud to provide quality electrical work in Horry County. We are a full-service commercial electrical contractor and we specialize in all facets of commercial and industrial types of projects.
Upgrading or installing more efficient electrical services does not have to be costly and the return on any investment can be quickly realized.
Let us show you how we can help enhance your business or property, protect your employees and customers and help you save on energy costs with:
- Upgrades and Improvements
- Specialty Lighting
- Safety and Security
- Energy Savings
Our commercial services include:
- Preventative and Scheduled Maintenance
- Fault Finding and Repairs
- Thermal Graphic Scanning
- Lighting Design, Exit and Emergency Lighting
- Switchboard Labeling, Circuit Tracing and Identification
- Data and Communication, Audio and Visual
- RCD Testing, Safety Switches, Testing and Tagging
We are fully licensed and we offer:
- 24 Hour Emergency Service
- Free Estimates and Warranty
- Satisfaction Guarantee
- Quality Workmanship
- Up Front Pricing
- Free Home Inspection
- Friendly, Courteous and Dependable Service
Frequently Asked Commercial Electrician Questions:
Q: What does a commercial electrician do?
A: A commercial electrician is responsible for installing, repairing, and maintaining electrical systems in commercial buildings. This includes wiring, lighting, circuit breakers, and other electrical components. They also ensure that electrical systems comply with safety codes and regulations.
Q: What kind of training and education do commercial electricians need?
A: Commercial electricians typically have a high school diploma or GED and complete an apprenticeship program that lasts 4-5 years. During the apprenticeship, they receive on-the-job training and complete coursework in electrical theory, safety, and codes. Some states also require electricians to pass a licensing exam.
Q: What are the typical tasks of a commercial electrician?
A: The typical tasks of a commercial electrician include installing electrical systems, repairing and maintaining existing systems, testing electrical equipment, and ensuring that electrical systems comply with safety codes and regulations. They may also be responsible for troubleshooting electrical problems, replacing electrical components, and updating electrical systems to meet the changing needs of commercial buildings.
Q: What skills and qualities are important for commercial electricians?
A: Good communication skills, problem-solving skills, attention to detail, physical dexterity, and manual dexterity are important qualities for commercial electricians. They must also have a solid understanding of electrical theory, safety codes, and regulations. They should be able to work well in a team and be able to read and interpret electrical blueprints and schematics.
Q: What is the job outlook for commercial electricians?
A: The job outlook for commercial electricians is positive, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics projecting employment growth of 9% from 2019 to 2029. This growth is due to the increasing demand for new construction and the need to update and maintain existing electrical systems in commercial buildings.
In conclusion, commercial electricians play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and functionality of electrical systems in commercial buildings. They need to have a high school diploma or GED, complete an apprenticeship program, and possess good communication skills, problem-solving skills, and attention to detail. The job outlook for commercial electricians is positive, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics projecting employment growth of 9% from 2019 to 2029
Please contact us 843-353-6345 for advice, more information or to arrange a no-obligation estimate for your electrical requirements.
MB Electrician Pros
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Serving: Socastee, Surfside Beach, Conway, Carolina Forest, Myrtle Beach