The experts at Roselle Electrical Services Inc. know the challenges our commercial clients face with electrical installation. Both large and small projects require a commercial electrical contractor with the experience and knowledge to do the job right while making the needs of the business a priority.
Commercial Electrical Contractor
You can feel safe knowing our professionally trained commercial electricians will treat you and your property with respect and attention to safety. We are a family owned and operated business with over 30 years experience. Whether you need a simple circuit breaker replaced, rewiring a commercial structure or upgrading the electrical service panel, we can handle any size project.
Types of business we serve.
Commercial Buildings - Banks - Hotels - Apartment Buildings - Schools - Churches - Restaurants - Doctor Offices - Dentist - Auto Dealerships - Auto Body Shops - Grocery Stores - Small Businesses - Warehouses - Farms - Municipal Buildings - Retail Stores - Shopping Malls and many other types of commercial businesses.
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Why get an Energy Audit?
In these days of uncertainty, it is important to keep operating expenses to a minimum. One difference between companies that weather these difficult times and those which do not survive, will be that the survivors will have reduced their unnecessary expenditures before it is too late. Unnecessary costs include costs for energy you don’t need to use. In the past many companies have just considered utilities as “a cost of doing business.” By running an inefficient building, you are overpaying your utility for energy. It just doesn’t make any sense.
When should a Safety Inspection be done?
We recommend any building over 10 years of age or older. One of Roselle Electric Services qualified electricians will visit your home or business and thoroughly examine your entire electrical system. A detailed written checklist will be filled out and given to you on site. Our electrical safety checkup includes any areas that need immediate attention, recommendations for improvements and potential upgrade possibilities for your home or business needs. Because Roselle Electric is serious about your safety, the electrical safety checkup is a part of our services offered for commercial property.
Should I change the warehouse lights?
Lighting needs are responsible for half to three quarters of a warehouse facility’s electrical needs. Lighting was long considered an area in which costs were difficult to rein in. The only possible solution was to call the lighting contractor every couple of years to replace old inefficient fixtures. With LED lighting technology this circle is all set to change – after all the technology delivers 80% direct energy savings over incandescent technology and these lights will continue to be in service for a decade or more.
Light is needed in a warehouse to help in identifying workers and goods alike, reduce the risk of accidents and help in navigating aisles. Different areas of the warehouse are used for different purposes and may have varied lighting needs. A warehouse need not be a dark, dull and depressing area. With the right lighting technology it can be a comfortable haven for workers.
Repair Your Signage for Less
The Small Business Administration states that signage is the most effective and least expensive way of generating exposure for your business! Let Roselle Electric Services Inc. help you shape the way customers see you! We offer the latest retrofit lighting upgraes for your sign. Chances are you don't need to replace your sign, just update the electrical lighting inside!
Parking Lot and Exterior Lighting Solutions
If you own or maintain a parking lot, proper lighting is essential. Without bright and effective lighting, parking lots become unsafe for use.We offer simple repairs to complete replacement of light poles and fixtures. We also offer under ground drilling to minimize construction damage and time on the job.
Update your Office Lighting with Energy Efficient Fixtures
There are two main ways to save energy used for lighting. One is to use more energy efficient lighting. The other is to reduce the operating time of the lighting.
Fluorescent lamps are so far the most popular type of lamp used in offices and many warehouses. The most common type of fluorescent lamp is tubular and linear in shape. There are three generations of linear tubular fluorescent lamps: 1st generation T12 lamps with a diameter of 38 mm (1½"), 2nd generation T8 lamps with a diameter of 26 mm (1") and the 3rd generation T5 lamps with a diameter of 16 mm (5/8").
Safety and Security Lighting Solutions for Business
security lights are an inexpensive way to keep your home or business a little safer after sundown. Security lighting is an important concern to our customers . "Thieves and burglars don't like to go about their business where they can be seen. Providing security lighting solutions to our business clients that want to ensure the best possible security and safety of their customers and employees.
Code Violation Corrections & Repairs
Our qualified electricians will make sure your home’s electrical system is in accordance with the most up-to-date electrical codes and make all necessary corrections while on site. Our main goal at Roselle Electric is to prevent electrical hazards while promoting proper functioning of your entire electrical system. We advise that you fix all electrical code violations as soon as possible to keep your everyone safe from fire hazards and electrical shock.
Commercial Equipment Hook-ups and Relocation Service
Our Chicagoland area electrical wiring and hook up specialists work diligently to help our clients setup new equipment so that they work properly quickly. Our Electricians also offer electrical connections of your existing equipment and machinery. We can provide your company with a quick electrical relocation service to minimize down time of your business.
Commercial Build-Outs and Electrical Construction
If you considering a new office or warehouse spoace with new construction, we are the people to talk to first. We can supply a complete electrical chart and drawings for your new project. We have over 25 years of electrical construction experience and know how to get the job done with minium cost and without delays.
High Voltage Wiring and Hook-Up Connections
High Voltage Power distribution usually refers to power voltage of more than 600 volts. In many cities, universities, industrial complexes and corporate campuses across the country the power needs to be distributed from these high voltage power banks to lower voltages required in industrial or commercial applications. This power is either distributed overhead or underground. Today, in most cases new construction power is distributed through High Voltage Underground Networks. These networks require continuous maintenance. Roselle Electrical Services Inc. has highly trained personnel with over twenty years of experience as a high voltage electrical contractor working in and around underground vaults and duct banks. Our personnel are trained in confined space as well as the electrical hazards encountered in with these circuits. We are ready to help with your needs whether they are in a city street, alley or on a private campus with these same high voltage distribution networks.
Listen to your breaker.
A breaker that trips immediately after it's reset is telling you that there's an electrical problem. Sure, sometimes the breaker itself is to blame, and in some cases there may just be too large an electrical load operating on that circuit. But it's more likely that the breaker is tripping because there's a severe electrical problem. Keep pressing that breaker, and you're likely to cause a fire.
Never throw water on an electrical fire.
This will be obvious to many people, but in the heat (ahem) of the moment, grabbing a bucket of water can seem tempting, if unreasonable. Water conducts electricity (this is why you don't want to be in a lake during a lightning storm), so throwing water on the fire could cause it to get larger. Instead, use your chemical fire extinguisher.
Outlets with a faceplate that's warm to the touch
Cause: An overly large electrical load operating on that outlet, undersized wiring or a loose electrical splice. (Note: it's not unusual for dimmer switches, especially large ones, to be warm. Unless the switch face is actually too hot to touch, a warm dimmer is not a hazard in most cases)
Solution: Cut power and investigate. Look for a loose splice, melted connections, burned insulation. Repair as necessary. Also, evaluate wattage of device; it may be too large relative to supply wiring. Move device to another circuit, preferably one served by a 20-amp circuit breaker and 12-gauge wire. If condition persists, contact us asap!.
Wobbly switches or outlet receptacles
Cause: Device is improperly mounted to the electrical box or the box itself has come loose from the stud.
Solution: Cut power. Remove faceplate and tighten mounting screws. Occasionally, overly long screws will not fully seat. Shorten screws with an electrician's multitool (a pair of pliers that strip wire, bend wire and cut screws ). Reinstall device. Otherwise, tighten connection of box to framing.
GFCI outlets that trip repeatedly
Cause: A ground fault or a worn-out GFCI outlet receptacle.
Solution: Move appliance or tool to another GFCI and test. If GFCI trips, appliance or tool is suspect. If GFCI does not trip, electrical problems are likely. Cut power and investigate for damaged wire insulation, a loose splice or a small length of exposed wire making contact with a metal electrical box. If you don't find wiring or splice problems, replace the GFCI. If condition persists, contact us asap!