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5 Common Types of Industrial Lighting Fixtures

Industrial lighting fixtures come in a variety of shapes and sizes, each designed for a specific purpose. Some fixtures are used to provide general illumination, while others are used for more specialized purposes, such as task lighting or accent lighting. 

Main vs. Sub-Panels: What’s the Difference? 

A main panel is the box connected to where electricity enters your commercial building. Subpanels have some of the same features as main panels do. However, subpanels rely on the primary panel for power and act more as distribution centers to keep electricity flowing safely and in an organized manner through your property.

Professional Estimators Help Reduce Change Orders

 Successful construction projects ride on a stable plan. Often, changes mid-way can wreak havoc on schedules and budgets. Change orders, or modifications to original construction contracts, have the power to affect your bottom line, cause disputes, and even incite litigation. While some change orders are inevitable, the goal should be to reduce unnecessary modifications to lower your risk. 

Collaborating with General Contractors for a Smooth Building Project 

In order to ensure that your building project goes smoothly, it’s important to know how to collaborate effectively with general contractors. J&S Electrical Contractors, Inc. has provided commercial electrical services for our clients for more than 25 years. As well as offering mechanical and electrical services, we also have project coordinators that can deal directly with your general contractors to save you time and energy and make sure that each project is completed to your specificat…

Ensuring Correct Electrical Systems for Warehouses 

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The simplest warehouses often consist of little more than four walls and a roof with plenty of space to store inventory, equipment, and other crucial items for your business. However, if you run a warehouse, you know there are many things required to keep employees safe and protect your inventory and equipment. 

6 Electrical Problems that Can Potentially Occur during the Winter Months

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Winter winds and inclement weather bring a chill to the bones, but they can also cause problems with your facility’s electrical system. Ice build-up can cause power lines to go down, leaving your offices and warehouses without heat. Because of the colder weather, your equipment may draw more electricity than expected. The extra draw may strain your current electrical setup. Understanding the different issues is the first step in ensuring your power system remains running. Hiring a qualified …