Commercial Electrician Services For Kansas City Businesses
The services that a commercial electrician provides are essential to business and industry. From the construction phase to becoming fully operational, a business entity relies on the services of a competent commercial electrician with the skills to install and maintain electrical systems.
Types of Commercial Electrician
Journeyman electrician – Provides a wide range of electrical services in new commercial construction, utility companies, and manufacturing facilities.
Master Electrician – More highly-skilled. May work in a supervisory role or own their own electrical contracting business. Services may include generating bids for new commercial jobs.
Commercial Electrician Services
Generally, commercial electrical services include the planning, designing, diagramming, installation and maintenance of commercial buildings and mechanical electrical systems. At All Current Electric, some of our electrical services are the installation, maintenance and repairs of:
- Cummins Light Commercial Generators
- Tenant Improvements
- Panel Upgrades
- UPS Battery Backup Systems
- Retail Lighting
- Parking Lot Lighting
- Data & Communication Cabling
- Specialty Systems
Tools and Equipment
The tools electricians use in the performance of their job range from standard hand tools to various highly technical devices. They use power tools, electrical test meters, and ohmmeters, pipe threaders and conduit benders. Electricians conduct tests during the installation of new electrical systems to ensure proper function, or to locate shorts or breaks in the system. Additionally, electricians repair and replace faulty wiring and conduits as needed.
Most states have stringent requirements for electrical work that affects public safety. They are required to obtain a professional license. A high school diploma or equivalent is required in order to pursue training as a commercial electrician. They must earn either an Associate’s degree, a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree, or serve in an apprenticeship under a Master Electrician.
All Current Electric holds a high standard for the qualifications of its electricians. When you choose an All Current Electric commercial electrician, you’re always covered if something goes wrong. You are guaranteed that the contractor is insured, licensed, and bonded for complete insurance coverage including workers’ compensation with no liability to you.
All Current Electric, LLC