Commercial Electrical Services
in MA, RI, & NH
Keep Your Business Running With Commercial Electrical Services That Defy Downtime
Whether your company needs commercial electrical services for a pre-existing build or a full-scale electrical installation, an experienced and fully-licensed electrician is essential for a safe and spotless job. The expert electricians at Medford Wellington have over fifty years of experience in everything from electrical build outs & demolitions, panel upgrades & replacements, lighting installations, building management systems, structured wiring and so much more.
Call today for all your commercial electrical service needs.
Expert Commercial Electrical Services in Massachusetts, Rhode Island & New Hampshire
Ways We Can Brighten Your Business
Service That Never Sleeps
The cost of shoddy electrical work can lead to unexpected emergencies and inefficiencies across your business. At Medford Wellington, we understand downtime is not an option and the lights must always stay on. That’s why our team of highly-skilled technicians are constantly close by with commercial electrical services that never sleep. Seriously. We’re here for you 24/7, 365 days a year.
Our electricians are fully-licensed, insured and possess the skills and tools required to tackle any electrical issue. They’ll arrive at your business with the right parts, the right attitude and the highest caliber equipment the industry has to offer.
Contact us today and we’ll send a qualified commercial electrician right to your front door.
The most common problem we see with commercial electrical systems is tripped breakers. We troubleshoot the issue by cutting power to the system and then turning it back on. This will reset any tripped breakers or blown fuses.
From there we identify which part of the electrical system is not working properly. This typically starts with a review of the circuit diagram and then moves on to a visual inspection of the wiring and equipment. After that, common tests include checking for voltage at the load, measuring current draw and testing for ground faults.
There are a few potential causes of electricity stoppages in commercial buildings. One possibility is that there's an issue with the wiring, perhaps a short or a breakage. Another possibility is that there's something wrong with the electrical panel, such as a blown fuse or a tripped breaker. And finally, it could be that there's some kind of obstruction in the way of the electric current, such as a fallen tree branch or ice on the power lines.
If you're experiencing any unusual electrical problems in your commercial space, it's best to call in a professional electrician to take a look. Some red flags that signify you may have a commercial electrical issue include:
-Unusual odors coming from outlets or cords.
-Buzzing sounds emanating from outlets or light fixtures.
-Outlets that look scorched or are hot to the touch.
-Flickering lights or popping sounds when flipping the switch.