If you’re looking to hire a contractor to make commercial electrical repairs to your business, B&D recommends you consider a few things to ensure you’re making the right decision. This is extremely important; the future of your business could literally be affected if you make the wrong choice.
- Hiring an inexperienced electrician could put you, your employees and your entire business on the path to fire. Building fires can happen when electrical systems are outdated or faulty. If wiring is cheap, is installed incorrectly or is not up to current national and municipal codes it can easily become overloaded, leading to a costly, potentially dangerous fire. Because commercial electrical systems have special requirements and need to handle high volumes of electricity, commercial electricians need to have the experience, expertise, and materials needed to do the job correctly.
- It’s no secret that working with electricity can be extremely dangerous. That’s why it’s vital you choose a company that only hires employees who are professionally trained and certified. Before you allow someone to enter your building, make sure they are licensed and insured; if they’re not, you are opening yourself and your business up to liability if something bad happens as a result of the work performed on your property.
- Look for electrical tradesmen who come with strong recommendations and have a stellar reputation for safe, reliable work.
B&D has strong roots in electrical contracting; starting in 1955 as B&D Electric, we are part of the DNA of the Land of Enchantment and is one of New Mexico’s largest employers of electrical tradesmen. We serve as a prime and general contractor, and self-perform all phases of electrical construction. We have the experience and qualifications to complete low, medium and high voltage electrical work. Our motto is “Whatever it Takes” and we have the reputation, certifications, and knowledge necessary to fulfill that pledge every day, on every commercial job we tackle. Contact B&D today for your next commercial electrical project.