Skip to main content

Author: J & S Electrical Contractors

Wiring for Multi-Bed Buildings – Reliable Electrical Systems for Healthcare

Error-proof, dependable electrical systems are an essential part of modern healthcare. Hospitals, nursing homes, hospices, and long-term care (LTC) communities are bustling hubs of activity where critical equipment is being used around the clock. This means their ability to provide 24×7 care depends on electrical systems that run optimally, all the time.

Continue reading

Collaboration Is Key for a Smooth Project: Tips for Developers, Builders, Integration Providers, and Commercial Electricians 

If you want to achieve a collaborative build, it’s essential to have savvy project coordination, effective communication, and smart technology to keep everyone connected. From installing electrical components to laying out the plumbing to the final phase of your new build or renovation, it takes an experienced project coordination team to keep your commercial project on track. At J & S Electrical Contractors, Inc., we work in concert with other contractors and subcontractors to ensure seamless integration and productivity.

Continue reading

Wiring a Server Room – Residential and Commercial

A properly wired server room serves as the beating heart of your residential or commercial IT infrastructure. Whether you’re an entrepreneur working out of your home, an avid gamer, or a business owner, hiring the right electrical contractor can increase the reliability and performance of your network. Laying out the wiring and hardware efficiently and using robust security tools can prevent security breaches and ensure fast data transfer speeds with virtually no downtime.

Continue reading

Emergency Backup Power for a Safe Place of Business

As a commercial property manager or business owner, you want to ensure that your tenants or employees have reliable power. Understanding the role of emergency backup power systems and partnering with the right commercial electrical company is a winning combination for worry-free power that comes on as soon as the electrical grid goes down. Having an emergency backup power system makes it easier to keep customers and business partners safe in a blackout. It can also protect precious data and help you remain compliant with municipal and industry standards. 

Continue reading