As a business owner or property manager, much of your time and energy goes into the upkeep of the facilities that house your products, services, or production lines. With endless hours of hard work going into your setup, you want to take every possible precaution to prevent any hazards, including electrical fires. Properly designed electrical solutions and accurate installation of your equipment and machinery are the basis for keeping your premises electrically safe and sound. Moreover, periodic testing and timely upgrades will go a long way in protecting your precious commercial assets and investments from any potential electrical issues.
Commercial outlets and industrial facilities often rely on standby generators for uninterrupted power supply to carry their business through a power outage. Industries, such as oil and gas, aviation, construction, telecommunication or data centers that are heavily reliant on stable power sources also do not hesitate to invest in smart backup power solutions. In fact, in the U.S., ‘emergency power systems’ are mandatory by law for all building systems that could create a safety hazard for humans, in case of lack of power. Typically, this includes healthcare facilities, schools, high-rises, underground buildings, and many others. Certain states have also mandated ‘standby power’ for industries where the building systems could disrupt businesses, even though they may not impact human life.
Whether it is a large commercial complex, or a sprawling industrial estate, electrical services are an ongoing requirement in every brick and mortar establishment. From designing electrical systems ground-up, to installing appliances, or carrying out preventative maintenance and repairs, you are likely to need a range of electrical solutions at various times.
Power outages can happen at any time. From hurricanes, blizzards and other natural disasters, to industrial or domestic accidents, there are a number of reasons for sudden and unplanned loss of electricity. As an administrator, owner or property manager of a seniors’ facility, you may be aware of the grave consequences of such outages. In fact, several aspects, such as access, mobility, or health support systems could suffer without emergency restoration of power.
Are there certain appliances or machinery that are vital for running your business? Will their non-performance lead to adverse consequences, such as lost productivity or compromised product quality? Business-critical machines need special care to keep them up and running at all times. While routine maintenance may require planned downtime for the equipment, power outages or sudden failures in electrical systems may impact your production efficiencies, customer satisfaction, as well as profitability.
<Whether it is parking lots, individual stores, or the backup electricity of an entire shopping mall, you need a reliable and qualified commercial electrician to ensure that your electrical systems run smoothly and efficiently. After all, any disruption in your lighting, HVAC, security alarms, or backup power can have far reaching consequences on the safety of thousands of patrons who access your premises.
When it comes to maintaining and managing municipal complexes or parking lots, you want to ensure good road conditions, smart security features and proper lighting installations for the benefit of your staff and patrons. In sports fields or stadiums, illumination is a key component of night games and matches, where the very effectiveness of the sport may be dependent on the right fixtures, angles, and intensity of lights.
Multi dwelling units such as townhomes, condo buildings, senior living communities and hotels have distinct electrical requirements and challenges. The most important aspect is reliable power supply to all units and recent automotive technology fueling the demand for electric charging stations. Large, repetitive areas, firewalls and steel studded construction account for their unique needs.
As a business owner, you are always trying different ways to promote your products or services, grow your customer base, reduce your overheads and increase your profitability. Another critical aspect of managing a business is to ensure the safety of your business data and materials, as well as your employees, customers and patrons who set foot on your premises. Whether it is an office, a mall, a hospital, a restaurant, a parking lot, a school campus, or any type of commercial complex, the security of the users is dependent on numerous factors. However, one basic safety measure that you can put in place is ensuring that all the frequently used areas within your property are lit up adequately.
As a business owner or operator, you are well aware of how losing power even for a millisecond can cost your business thousands of dollars. While almost every business operation requires electricity, sensitive equipment in hospitals and data centers is especially vulnerable to outages. So how do you avoid joining the countless American enterprises that lose billions annually on account of power failure?
Having an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) unit prevents damage, accidents, and the loss of productivity resulting from blackouts and other power anomalies. Our experienced industrial and commercial electrical contractors explain the business advantages of investing in UPS units.
How UPS Units can Keep Your Business Productivity on Track
- No more outages: One of the key benefits of investing in a UPS unit is continuous and consistent power supply for your business operations. In the event of a brownout or blackout, it provides temporary power to machines till you connect to the backup generator. This prevents any operational disruption and loss of productivity.
- Protects sensitive machinery and equipment: From manufacturing equipment to computers, a UPS unit offers advanced protection from damage caused by a variety of power issues. How? By sensing surges, spikes, dips and outages and converting to an alternate power source before any harm is done. This saves you the expense of repairing and replacing machinery damaged by frequent exposure to spikes, surges and sudden outages.
- Minimal risk of data loss: With a UPS unit, you will have time to save your work and correctly power down computers and network equipment. You will have time to connect to backup generators. This helps prevent or minimize any corruption and loss of data being currently worked on as well as what is stored in these systems.
- Reduced noise: When compared to backup generators, the fans of UPS units are significantly quieter. Since there is no annoying buzzing noise to disrupt your day, you can choose to install it inside or outside your facility.
- Use it anywhere: From data centers, hospitals and utility units to offshore rigs and remote localities without any independent or shared power supply, you can install a UPS unit almost anywhere that you might need one.
While UPS units may seem like a substantial investment, they pay for themselves in uninterrupted business operations and equipment protection.
Customized UPS Unit Installations by Licensed Commercial and Industrial Electricians
Do you want to prevent power outages and anomalies from disrupting your business? At J & S Electrical Contractors, Inc., our industrial and commercial electricians provide customized solutions to meet your specific operational needs. Over the years, we have helped medical, commercial and industrial firms across New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware enhance their productivity and energy savings. We will evaluate your requirements and offer a plan to minimize outages and costly downtime.
Our comprehensive electrical services include machinery design and layout assistance, design and installation of power control systems, safety and security system installs, testing and commissioning, and 24/7 emergency repair services. Count on our experienced electricians for smart solutions to run your electrical systems and business, in a cost-efficient manner.
Call us at 215-633-8330 to learn more about our electrical services. You can also request a quote online for installing UPS units at your business facility.