Construction projects require commercial electricians for electrical installations. These electricians are usually experienced in performing different types of jobs. Watch this video to see what being a commercial electrician involves.
The electrical industry has mainly two types of contractors: residential electricians and commercial electrical contractors. While residential electricians deal in providing electrical services in homes, commercial electricians work in small businesses, offices, and public buildings.
They work on various electrical projects. They can install, maintain or repair electrical systems in commercial buildings, including wiring, lighting, and fitting electrical panels. Additionally, they can install and repair electrical appliances like ovens, refrigerators, and HVAC systems.
The life of a commercial electrical contractor involves several other things related to electrical projects. They manage contracts with different clients and work simultaneously with other types of contractors. They also plan for electrical projects before beginning the work.
The planning process can involve creating a part list and a fixture package, contacting a wholesale for a price list, and figuring out how long the project will take. The contractor then proceeds to reach an agreement with the client before embarking on the project.