Commercial Electrical Maintenance & Repair Services
Get Same-Day Service For Madison Commercial Electrical Maintenance & Repair.
Whether your project is large or small, our Madison commercial electrician services assure the expert installation, maintenance, and repair of your commercial, retail, and industrial electrical equipment. We also maintain and operate aerial “bucket trucks” that allow us to service, repair, or replace your elevated lighting, wires, and other hard-to-reach equipment. Among the Madison commercial electrical services we offer are:
- Cubicle hook-up
- Electrical repairs
- Parking lot lighting
- Exit signs
- Copier power
- Disconnect lighting
- Tenant improvements
- Thermographic imaging
- Lamp replacement
- Ballast replacements
- Dedicated circuits
- Security/emergency lighting
- Power for signage
- Retail build-outs
- Non-destructive testing
We also offer 24/7 flexible scheduling so you can conduct business or “remain opened” while your Madison commercial electric repairs are being completed. How?
Our 24/7 flexible scheduling allows you to conduct business-as-usual while we make repairs or install your new commercial electrical equipment.
Because we maintain the resources to do so, All Comfort Services is the Madison commercial electrician service you should call when you require emergency or same-day services. Unlike smaller Madison commercial electrical maintenance & repair companies, our depth of personnel and resources allows us to be extremely flexible in setting up appointments around your business schedule, allowing you to maintain operations while we make repairs or install new commercial electrical equipment. Call us today at 608.205.4410 to schedule a convenient appointment. Find out about:
General Commercial Electrical Maintenance & Repair
Commercial electrical maintenance & repair are not projects for residential electricians—let alone your in-house maintenance staff. First, it’s much easier to run afoul of national, state, and local electrical codes, which are necessarily more stringent than for residential installations—especially if volatile liquids are nearby. You can be “closed down” at your next building inspection until you remove & replace improperly installed equipment (an expensive and time-consuming proposition).
Also, many commercial installations use 3-phase wiring, which differs significantly from the 120/240VAC “split phase” wiring to which residential electricians (or your maintenance staff) are accustomed. Three-phase wiring allows higher amperage to be delivered more efficiently to your building, and at different voltages as your equipment might require: 120VAC, 230VAC, 240VAC, 277VAC, and 347VAC in “wye” configurations; or 208VAC, 240VAC, 400VAC, 415VAC, 480VAC, and 600VAC in “delta” configurations.
Phone & network cabling installation & maintenance for phone and computer networks
Installing phone & network cabling for your communication and computer networks isn’t like stringing doorbell wire. A common misperception is that because such low voltage cables do not carry 120 or 220VAC voltages, phone & network cabling can be installed by anyone in any way. Not so.
For example, you cannot make radical turns with coaxial phone & network cabling. Doing so will “kink” the conductors and significantly degrade the performance of your phone & network cabling. How?
The simplest coaxial phone & network cabling consists of three elements: a center core, diametric insulator, and metallic sheath arranged around a common axis (thus the name “coaxial”). The distances among these three elements are precision engineered. Radical turns and “kinks” upset the distances and seriously degrade current flow.
Another consideration: The 120 or 220VAC “mains” wring in your commercial space radiate “eddy” currents that will interfere with your phone & network cabling if one is run too closely and parallel to the other. And then there’s radio frequency or “RF” interference. What’s that?
Have you ever encountered a phone system that—much to everyone’s chagrin—constantly plays the powerful local AM radio station in the background? It’s a common problem, but totally preventable by using triaxial, twin axial, biaxial, and other kinds of “balanced cables” specifically designed to “ground” RF interference.
Low voltage wiring: Fire alarm design, installation, testing, maintenance, and repair
Designing and installing fire alarm systems for your Madison commercial space requires specific knowledge and expertise. For example, in addition to Section NFPA 72 of the National Fire Alarm code, there are local requirements mandated for Madison commercial fire alarm systems Dane County commercial fire alarm systems
We’re expert at designing, installing, testing, maintaining, and repairing commercial fire alarm systems in Madison and Dane County that are code compliant across all national, state, county, and local jurisdictions: factories, retail spaces, residential complexes, healthcare facilities, commercial kitchens, nursing homes, warehouses, datacenters, and more.
Depend on All Comfort Services All-Commercial Division for:
- Madison commercial fire alarm design and emergency lighting
- Madison commercial fire alarm installation and emergency lighting
- Madison commercial fire alarm testing and emergency lighting
- Madison commercial fire alarm maintenance and emergency lighting
- Madison commercial fire alarm repair and emergency lighting
Low voltage wiring: Security systems design, installation, testing, and repair
All Comfort Systems technicians—supported by our journeyman commercial electricians—are expert in the design, installation, testing, and repair of commercial burglar alarms, comprehensive security/fire-alarm systems, closed-circuit television surveillance, as well as access control equipment.
Because we are familiar and experienced with the needs and requirements of most security response companies working in Madison and Dane County, your investment is optimized when you choose All Comfort Services to design and install your commercial burglar-alarm system, fire-alarm system, or comprehensive commercial security system.
Low voltage wiring: Door entry and card-access systems installation, testing, and repair
Don’t think of commercial access control systems only as a way to keep bad guys out. Of course it can be an important part of inventory control. But a well-designed commercial access control system can provide added safety and security by allowing access to various parts of your business only to those properly-trained and authorized.
This decreases the risk of injury, which can lessen OSHA concerns and your insurance costs, thus protecting your production schedule and—ultimately—your bottom line. Commercial access control systems also simplify your life by eliminating the need to replace lost keys, chase down keys from terminated employees, or wonder who has access to what.
All Comfort technicians and commercial electricians are expert at installing sophisticated commercial access control systems that integrate pushbutton keypads, proximity card readers, card sliders, fingerprint access, and more.
Exterior lighting maintenance & repair: Parking lots & commercial outdoor spaces
Commercial exterior lighting maintenance & repair is more than just replacing damaged lamps, ballasts, transformers, or controls. Well-designed, -installed, and -maintained exterior lighting is essential for the safety and comfort of your customers and employees.
This is especially true for retail spaces, where warm & friendly lighting sets the tone for the “customer experience” before anyone even sets foot in your door. And in manufacturing, warehouse, or similar commercial venues, well-lit parking lots and exterior spaces add to the overall safety & security of your facility.
All-Comfort Services All-Commercial Division offers expert exterior lighting installation, maintenance, and repair. This includes:
- Parking-lot light poles
- Neon, fluorescent, or LED signage
- Lighting upgrades
- Electrical service
All Comfort Services All-Commercial Division also offers 24/7 emergency services for your exterior commercial lighting and parking-lot lighting needs.