Fredericksburg’s Commercial Electrical Upgrades Company
Noticing flickering lights? Fuses blowing? Breakers constantly tripping? Smelling melted electrical wire? Having to turn off one appliance to use another? Getting shocked by circuits? It sounds like it’s time for an electrical upgrade.
Businesses utilize a large variety of electronic appliances and equipment, many of which require dedicated circuits and outlets for efficient, safe operations. At Logan Electric we guarantee smooth operation and compliance with all safety codes when we upgrade your electrical system. With over 65 years of experience, we’ve got the know-how and tools to get the job done right, the first time. Don’t get help up with ongoing upgrades. Contact the electrical pros to upgrade your electricity without causing major disruption to your business or commercial property. We offer affordable rates and are highly rated for our electrical services in the greater Fredericksburg region, so what are you waiting for?Get Started On Your Upgrade Today
Here are a few signs it’s time to upgrade your electrical system:
- Indoor lights are dim or frequently flicker
- You’ve got old or faulty wiring
- You smell burning or melting
- Your circuit breakers fail or trip regularly
- When you plug-in appliances, your breakers trip
- You’re about to remodel your business
- Panels are warm to the touch
- You’re installing a new appliance
- You use a lot of extension cords or power strips
If you’re experiencing abnormalities with your electricity, or your commercial building or business is more than 25-40 years old, we recommend considering an upgrade. We say this out of concern for the people or employees who occupy that space. When electrical problems arise, you risk losing your business to an electrical fire, or people’s safety and lives.
Sometimes it’s better to invest in an upgrade rather than spending money on repairing a failing electrical element. If you call our friendly staff at Logan Electrical Services we’ll gather more information and be able to inspect and diagnose the problem. We’d then give a suggestion on if a simple repair will solve your issue, or if it’s more cost-effective to upgrade.