Electrical Maintenance

Commercial &Industrial Electrical Maintenance Services

Electrical outages, failing equipment, and faulty wiring can create unnecessary headaches for your business and even lead to safety hazards and injury if not addressed. The best way to avoid these problems is to get out ahead of them by performing regular electrical maintenance to ensure the safety of your building, workers, and all building occupants.

If you own or operate a commercial or industrial property in Florida and are not performing regular electrical maintenance and inspections, contact us today. Our team will perform a full electrical risk assessment on your property and design a customized maintenance schedule to keep your location running safely and efficiently.

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Commercial & Industrial Electrical Maintenance Professional

Our Electrical Maintenance Services

Our team can perform regular electrical inspections, current testing, and general electrical maintenance and repairs for commercial and industrial properties in Florida. As every electrical system is different, we develop a customized maintenance schedule for each of our customers. Our electrical maintenance services can be broken down into three categories. The specific services included in your maintenance schedule will be dependent on your locations requirements and current status.

What’s Covered In Typical Industrial Electrical Maintenance?

Despite each maintenance schedule being customized to the client’s specific requirements, most industrial facilities and commercial properties will have a number of the same components and systems. Here are a few of the things that are included in a typical electrical inspection and maintenance plan.

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Commercial Generators & Emergency Power Systems

Performing regular inspections and maintenance on a commercial generator is important to ensure it continues to work when you need it most. Preventive maintenance for a standby generator involves turning it on to see if it works properly and checking for leaks or unusual sounds while the engine is running. We’ll also inspect the battery, including the connection, wiring, and fluid levels.

As a part of the yearly maintenance schedule, our electrician will replace the filters, spark plugs, oil, and coolant. Proper oil and coolant levels are crucial to keep the engine running without friction and overheating issues. The generator’s exhaust, air, and fuel systems must also be in good shape for the machine to perform reliably.

The automatic transfer switch turns your generator automatically turns on if the power goes out. To check this, we’ll shut off the main power to your building. It’s important to schedule generator maintenance during off-hours to limit work interruptions.

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HVAC Systems

Repairs and maintenance for HVAC systems might fall mainly on the shoulders of an HVAC technician, but it’s also important for an electrician to periodically inspect the electrical system of your building. HVAC systems require electricity to run, using a lot of energy, especially during summer and winter.

When our electrician inspects your electrical system, we’ll check for damage, repair worn or broken components, clean, and tune up your equipment. We’ll examine the entire system to ensure it’s up to OSHA and NFPA 70E safety standards, preventing any possible dangerous and expensive electrical issues.

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Lighting Maintenance

If you are still using a traditional lighting system but are interested in upgrading to LED lights, we can help with that too. Depending on the size of your facility, the number of lights you’re replacing, and your budget, we can do an LED retrofit or a complete LED upgrade.

An LED retrofit is the process of converting the internal wiring of your existing light fixtures so that they can use LED lights. A complete LED lighting upgrade is where we remove your old lighting fixtures and install a brand-new lighting system.

An LED retrofit is usually less expensive and can be completed more quickly; however, not every lighting fixture can be retrofitted. Contact us today if you’d like to schedule a site visit with a member of our team.

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Electrical Safety Maintenance

Electrical safety maintenance includes regular inspections, identifying potential hazards, and preventing any potential hazards. The process varies depending on the electrical system but typically ensures all systems and equipment meet OSHA and NFPA 70E standards.

We’ll check to ensure that overhead power lines are at least ten feet off the ground and away from other equipment, inspect electrical equipment for damage, such as corrosion, cracks, and cuts, and perform the required repairs.

Any wires that show damage or are an incorrect size for their function will need repair or replacement. Our electrician will ensure that electrical cables are away from any possible human encounter. We’ll look for additional hazards, including standing water near electrical systems, loose connections, and improper grounding.

Schedule A Site Inspection With Suncoast Power Today

Suncoast Power is a locally-owned commercial electrical contractor that has provided commercial and industrial electrical maintenance services in South Florida for more than 30 years. Our team can handle every step of your cabling installation, from permitting and planning to installation, testing, and electrical maintenance. Call Suncoast Power today at 754-200-5872 or fill out our online contact form to schedule a your initial site visit.

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Why Regular Electrical Maintenance Is Important

Performing electrical maintenance on commercial and industrial electrical systems ensures all components continue operating at top efficiency. It also ensures that if your property has any electrical hazards or potential electrical issues, they can be identified and resolved before they cause an injury. Regular inspections and maintenance is an investment in your property, not an ongoing cost. Here are some of the benefits you can expect.

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Reduces Energy Costs

Issues with an electrical system can sometimes cause it to consume more energy than intended. If our electrician performs regular maintenance on your system, we can catch any issues and recommend energy-efficient changes to lower your energy costs. While you’re paying for maintenance, the benefit of lower power bills will save you more money in the long run.

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Ensures Building and Occupant Safety

Even minor issues with electrical equipment can have disastrous results, such as electrocution or fire. If an electrical issue causes severe damage, the building owner could be liable for any injuries sustained. Regular electrical maintenance is your first line of defense in protecting the safety of your property and the people inside of it.

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Prevents Future Electrical Hazards

Preventative maintenance keeps minor problems from becoming major issues. Having an electrician perform inspections on a regular interval not only makes it easier to identify new problems, but it also makes it easier to monitor changes in existing components. This allows us to identify any potential electrical issues before they become a bigger concern.

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Extend The Lifespan Of Electrical Equipment

Many companies depend heavily on their equipment, and periodic maintenance is the best way to keep things performing reliably without interruption. Our electricians can monitor equipment to predict failure and keep operations running smoothly. Maintaining your equipment also increases the overall lifespan, allowing you to keep it for years to come.