Servall Electric Company Blog:Archive for the ‘Industrial Electrical’ Category

How Is an Industrial Electrician Different from a Commercial Electrician?

Monday, October 9th, 2017

commercial building at nightWhen it comes to hiring an electrician to handle your residential needs, you want to ensure you are choosing a professional who has extensive experience, the proper licensing, and applicable training to get the job done. When it comes to your commercial or industrial building, these factors are even more pertinent. A mistake in the electrical work of your home can lead to a major headache and potentially even monetary loss, but the stakes are even higher in a commercial or industrial setting—a mistake could be detrimental to business.

But is there a difference between hiring a professional Covington, KY electrician for a commercial building versus an industrial one? They sound very similar, after all. But actually, these distinctions each require a different type of training, and of course, take place in different environments. The foundation of any electrician’s skillset will be basic electrical knowledge, but they need more than that to handle a commercial or industrial job. Keep reading to learn more!

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Comparing Industrial and Residential Lighting: Why You Need a Professional

Monday, March 13th, 2017

industrial-lighting-need-professionalThere are a number of differences when it comes to having industrial lighting installed for your business or commercial space, versus having lighting installed in your home. We have experience in both, and it’s important that you do hire a professional with the right experience for your Loveland, OH industrial lighting installation and services.

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Friday, November 4th, 2016

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Call Servall Electric Company for all your residential electrical, commercial electrical, industrial electrical, multi-family or special project needs.

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