Commercial Electrical Repair

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All of our installers are licensed and insured. We provide up front pricing and we are available to respond to your business needs promptly. Our goal is to ensure 100% customer satisfaction by providing top quality professional services at a fair price. Our in-depth ongoing training speaks to our reliability and equates to your job done right the first time. We understand that you need your facility to be working for your business to be running.

Commercial Electrical Repair

As with residential buildings, commercial buildings have a sort of hierarchy of systems that are of varying importance to their daily operation. Having the heater or air conditioner break down might be an inconvenience. Losing power to important business equipment could slow or stop business operations. 

Regardless of what commercial property you're talking about, though, electrical issues are not to be underestimated. At best, an electrical issue can disable part of your building or business equipment. At worst, it can start a fire or pose an electrocution risk. You really don't want an electrical issue to go unchecked. Below we have outlined some ways for you to assess if your electrical system needs your attention.

Unusual Circuit Breaker Activity

Commercial circuits are designed to handle a much greater electrical load than residential circuits, which makes commercial circuit breakers a lot less likely to trip during daily operations. No matter what kind of work is going on in your commercial building, you should not have your circuit breaker tripping on a regular basis. If one of the circuits on your system won't reset, or it does and it just keeps tripping again, it could be because of a serious electrical issue.

Warm Areas or Equipment

One of the most dangerous electrical issues is short-circuiting in the wiring. This can occur with old wiring as the insulation wears away and wires become exposed. If this wiring is touching part of your building it can start heating up the area by venting a current into it. This can be a serious fire risk. If there are any unusually warm or hot spots in your equipment or even the walls in your building, it might be a good idea to have a professional electrician check the system.

Flickering Lights

One flickering light is probably not indicative of a problem with your building electrical system. Multiple flickering lights tends to be a pre-cursor to a bigger issue. You'll need to have a professional check out the system for you to determine how serious the issue is, but it's better to have it done sooner rather than later.

Burning or Acrid Smell

If an electrical issue does cause something to start smoldering in your building's walls, the first sign you will likely notice is the smell. Any kind of burning or acrid smell that could indicate an overheated portion of your electrical system should be checked out immediately and thoroughly.

Network Structured Cabling

Cox Electric Inc. provides you with a turn-key team of experts in network design and build-out. We can deliver the physical, data, and network layers of your buildings critical infrastructure, including horizontal cabling, vertical fiber optic systems, and network switching equipment. We design and install a broad array of structure cable solutions that include:

  • Local Area, Campus, & Wide Area Networks
  • Audio & Video Transmission
  • Voice Over IP (VoIP) Communications
  • IP-Based Security & Surveillance Systems
  • Wireless Networks & WIFI Hot Spots
  • Copper & Fiber Networks
  • Ethernet Solutions
  • Physical Network Design Build

Preconstruction Services

To maximize on-site efficiency, Cox Electric uses our pre-construction process to standardize planning, which brings reliable predictability to the highly customized nature of our work. Although no two projects are alike, our preconstruction process reduces costs, time requirements, and risk.