What is High Bay Lighting?

High bay led lights and low bay lighting are popular lighting choices for commercial and industrial buildings. These fixtures are used to illuminate large spaces like warehouses, factories, gymnasiums, processing plants, or other manufacturing facilities. They are commonly used because of their heavy-duty lighting capabilities and ability to distribute light...

What to Consider for Large Scale Commercial Electric Projects

Are you a business owner that has a commercial building, warehouse, or other industrial building that relies on large scale electrical service? Making the right electrical decisions for your building is important – especially if you are planning a remodel, renovation, or redesign. Large scale power needs require some unique...

How Lighting Impacts Office Productivity

As a business owner, productive employees are your greatest assets. While there are a variety of factors that impact how productive your workplace is, there is often one thing that is overlooked: lighting. Reading in the dark can cause strain on your eyes, but the wrong lighting in the workplace...

4 Signs of Electrical Problems

Knowing how to spot signs of electrical issues in your commercial building can keep you, your products, and your employees safe from the potential dangers of electric shock or fires. There are a lot of causes of electrical fires, but did you know that according to the National Fire Protection...

Commercial Electrician Breaks Down Requirements of Rewiring an Old Building

Regardless of how well a commercial building’s electrical system was designed, upgrades or full re-wiring is sometimes required to bring the building up to current standards. Improving electrical systems will help keep things safe and modern. However, commercial electricians who have spent years in the trade know that there are...

The Importance of Commercial Electrical Maintenance

If you run a business, restaurant, warehouse, or factory, you know how important it is to keep the equipment running and the lights on. If the power goes out, you could lose customers, products, or valuable work time – and all of that translates to lost money. However, staying on...