Commercial Electrical Services

When looking to hire an electrician for your business, you should look for the same qualities you would when hiring a contractor for your home. For example, a commercial electrician should have experience working with lighting installations, connecting HVAC and freezer equipment, computer room power systems, and more.

Our Commercial Electricians Offer Personalized Service

Whether you are opening a new building or need commercial repairs, we are here for all your electrical needs. Milton Electric handles commercial electrical projects big and small including, but not limited to installation, repair, and maintenance of:

  • Wiring and Lighting
  • Switch Gears
  • Tenant Fit-Out Services
  • Outlet Boxes
  • Troubleshooting
  • Repairs
  • And Much More

Minimizing Downtime: The Importance of Scheduling with a Commercial Electrician

As a business owner, you know, all too well, time is money. Therefore, a commercial electrician should take your business hours into account and work around your schedule to minimize disruptions and complete the job in a timely fashion.

At Milton, we value your time and schedule. Hiring a qualified commercial electrician with a good reputation will give you peace of mind knowing your business is wired safely. Keeping your business safe and energy-efficient and ensuring your location adheres to electrical code requirements is imperative to your facility.

3 Things To Look For In a Commercial Electrician

Electrician checking electric box with wires and power fuse switches.
Electrician checking electric box with wires and power fuse switches.
  1. A commercial electrician should have experience in various electrical systems and components. They should be able to troubleshoot and repair electrical problems and install and maintain electrical systems, along with a strong understanding of the National Electrical Code (NEC).
  2. Commercial electricians may be involved in the installation of new electrical systems, the maintenance and repair of existing ones, or the upgrade of existing systems. To perform these tasks, they must ensure they have the knowledge and skills necessary to perform their job duties safely and effectively by maintaining proper certifications.
  3. While it is important to be skilled and knowledgeable, they must also have great customer service. After all, the customer is the one who is paying for the service. Therefore, a commercial electrician who is polite, respectful, and attentive to the customer's needs is more likely to get your repeat business.

Don’t wait! Call us today at Call us (410) 276-3420 or complete the form below. We respond quickly!

Get a Free Estimate!
By submitting your information you agree to receive relevant email updates from Milton Electric.