A commercial electrician must have completed an apprenticeship or associate degree
If you manage a business or facility, then it is good to know about a good commercial electrician. You just never know when you might need one. JPEG INC offers commercial electrical services in Davie FL, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood FL, Miramar FL, Sunrise FL and Weston FL. They have a team of certified commercial electricians who can help you with any electrical repairs, maintenance or installation.
A commercial electrician can install new electrical systems, upgrade or renovate and expand your existing system. So, whether you are a small business in Broward County or a large facility in Florida, you can rely on JPEG INC to assign a capable commercial electrician to your job. They are available 24/7 and can help you with normal electrical or emergency electrical repair.
A new electrical installation requires proper planning and blueprints in the form of diagrams and building plans. These plans will specify elements such as conduits of tubing, wiring, switches, circuit breakers, instruments and relays. A commercial electrician can create these plans or work from blueprints provided by the project manager.
Safety is always of paramount in importance when it comes to electrical work. A commercial electrician has a deep understanding of code compliance and adherence. They use specialized equipment such as test meters and ohmmeters to ensure the continuity of sub-systems and code compliance.
A commercial electrician designs, installs, repairs and maintains electrical systems in commercial building or facilities. To qualify as a commercial electrician, the candidate must undergo comprehensive training and education.
A would be commercial electrician must complete an apprenticeship program or an associate’s degree that follows the curriculum established by the Electrician Certification Curriculum Committee and National Electric Code (NEC). This means a commercial electrician is highly qualified in all aspects of electrical work, including new installations, upgrades, expansion, code violation corrections, high voltage wiring, single phase systems, 3 phase power systems and more.