Electrical Contractor in South Florida

Work With An Experienced Commercial Electrical Contractor

Suncoast Power is a locally-owned commercial electrical contractor that has provided electrical services in Florida for over 30 years. We are licensed and insured and pride ourselves on our attention to detail, especially regarding local building regulations and safety codes.

Whether you are looking for an experienced electrical contractor to upgrade or maintain an existing electrical system or searching for the right company to provide electrical construction services on a new project, our electricians have the experience and expertise to get the job done right. Call us today or fill out our quote request form to discuss your project requirements with a team member.

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Our Commercial Electrical Services

We Haven’t Faced An Electrical Problem We Couldn’t Solve

Suncoast Power is a commercial electrical contractor specializing in a wide range of electrical solutions such as cabling, electrical construction, backup power, energy efficiency and more. We provide electrical services to new construction projects, commercial properties, industrial facilities, and retail properties.

Suncoast Power is a multi-faceted team. Not only do we employ top-quality electricians, but our management team has the technical knowledge and business acumen to ensure your project is completed as expected. Our team prides itself on its technical expertise, attention to detail, client communications, schematic comprehension, and business acumen. Contact us today to schedule a site visit with one of our experienced commercial electricians in Florida.

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Commercial Wiring Services

What Is an Electrical Contractor?

Electrical contractors install, upgrade, and maintain electrical systems in residential, commercial, and industrial spaces. Some electrical contractors specialize in low-voltage systems, such as local area networks, while others focus on high-voltage systems, such as ones that run large industrial equipment.

While our team can handle low-voltage and high-voltage jobs, we typically work on low-voltage projects for residential, commercial, and industrial properties, such as condos, high rises, warehouses, factories, shopping malls, and other large-scale facilities.

Electrical contractors are also an integral part of every new construction project. Our team has worked with several real estate developers, general contractors, and architects to ensure that their buildings are wired to code and that all design requirements are met.

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Areas we Serve

Licensed Electrical Contractor Serving All Of Florida

Over the past 30 years, we have provided licensed commercial electrical services througout Florida. Our team has serviced everything from small apartments and storefronts to casinos and large inudstrial plants. We are licensed to provide commercial electrical services across the State of Florida including:

  • Miami
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Palm Beach
  • Orlando
  • Tampa
  • St. Petersburg
  • Jacksonville
  • Panama City
  • Tallahassee
  • Fort Myers
  • Boca Raton
  • Weston
  • Miami Beach
  • Hialeah
  • Naples
  • Fort Pierce
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What Does An Electrical Contractor Do?

Suncoast Power has the experience to manage your electrical project from start to finish. We specialize in large power projects that require careful management of many moving parts. We’ve handled complex projects for many property types—from small offices and apartment complexes to large casinos and industrial plants. Depending on the specifics of the project and the job site, an electrical contractor will usually have to wear a few different hats. While things can change from project to project, typical duties include the following.

  • plan, pencil, map, construction, blueprints, architecture, sketch Project Planning

    We plan everything from getting permits, planning deadlines, designing electrical systems, and installation.

  • check dollar Budget Management

    Our team has extensive experience in managing the budgets of electrical construction projects.

  • construction truck, truck, vehicle, construction, maintenance, equipment, tool Resource Distribution

    We ensure that all resources, supplies, and materials supplies arrive on time to keep each project on target.

  • construction worker, construction, maintenance, worker, safety, helmet Project Management

    This includes everything from client relationship management to electrician management on the job site.

Our Approach

The Different Classifications of Commercial Electrical Contractors

The electrical industry categorizes electrical contractors into three main types. Some contractors focus on one or two specific electrical services, while others prefer to offer the full range of services.

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Inside Wireman

Inside electrical contractors focus on interior electrical wiring and distribution and are responsible for connecting the client’s electrical equipment to the power grid.

These electrical contractors help install lighting, electrical outlets, and conduits. They may also be responsible for installing alarm and security systems throughout the building to ensure safety protocols can be set. Inside wiremen are also usually in charge of inspecting, maintaining, and repairing any connected systems.

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Outside Lineman

Outside electrical contractors handle electrical power line transmissions, the electrical components that transfer electricity to properties. Some of the linemen’s primary duties include ensuring wiring is working, and that power lines properly distribute electricity from the grid to the buildings.

Outside linemen typically receive extensive safety training. Some of their required training includes climbing school and high-angle rescues.

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Integrated Building Systems Electrical Contractor

Integrated building systems electrical contractors manage installation, upgrades, and repairs for integrated systems such as networks, access systems, and climate control systems. Many industries rely on these integrated systems, including healthcare, hospitality, government, and others.

Our Featured Electrical Services

Suncoast Power is a full-service electrical contractor, which means no matter how big or small your job is, we have the experience and expertise to get the job done. Our team has completed a wide range of projects for various properties across Florida, including but not limited to our featured electrical services listed below. If you have a specific project or requirement and it’s not listed below, we can still help. Give us a call to speak with a team member and schedule a project consultation.

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Lighting will be an important factor whether your building is residential, commercial, or industrial. Our team specializes in all aspects of commercial and industrial lighting for indoor and outdoor solutions.

Potential lighting projects include:

  • Lighting system installation
  • Lighting upgrades and retrofits
  • Lighting system maintenance and repairs
  • LED lighting services
  • Outdoor lighting solutions
  • Grow Light Installation
  • Emergency Lights

Whether your goal is to cut down on electrical costs, reduce your carbon footprint, or improve the atmosphere in your building, we can help design a lighting solution that meets your needs.

Backup Power & Emergency Power Systems

Every commercial, residential, and industrial property should consider installing a backup power system. In fact, many must have an emergency power system installed to ensure the safety of employees, tenants, emergency workers, and anyone else who may be on the property.

Suncoast Power can help design and install the perfect backup or emergency power system to meet your local safety requirements and ensure your building keeps the lights on, even when the rest of the city is in the dark.

Security Systems

Business owners and homeowners rely on security systems to monitor properties and alert authorities to unlawful activity. Whether you need a complex security system at a new department store construction or a long-overdue upgrade to your building’s security, we can take care of it.

We can install:

  • Surveillance cameras
  • Motion sensors
  • Door sensors
  • Window sensors
  • Glass break detectors
  • Control panels
  • Lights and alarms
  • PA systems

Cabling & Wiring

While Suncoast Power is a full-service electrical contractor, we pride ourselves on our cabling and wiring services. Whether you want to upgrade your Ethernet cables, rewire electrical panels, or bring power to a new high-rise construction project, our team can get the job done.

We have provided cabling and wiring services to residential complexes, businesses, and industrial facilities to improve efficiency, speed up communications, reduce potential risks, and streamline IT infrastructure. We understand that improper wiring or cabling can lead to fires, injury, or even death, not just slow Internet speeds, which is why we ensure all of our projects are completed in compliance with local building codes.

Contact us today to discuss your cabling or wiring requirements. Our team is standing by to schedule your initial consultation.

Electrical Vehicle Charging Station Installation

Whether your property is residential, commercial, or industrial, at the rate the EV market is growing, you will need to have electric vehicle chargers in your parking lot sooner than later. It’s estimated that by 2030, electric vehicles will account for more than 32 percent of annual light-duty sales.

Despite how new the electric vehicle space may be, our team has plenty of experience. We can handle everything from planning the location and pulling the permits to installing the EV chargers and passing the final inspection. Contact us today to stay ahead of the curve on EV chargers.