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Utilizing only the highest quality equipment and parts, our highly skilled and licensed electricians strive to meet or exceed each commercial client’s expectations.
At AEI Electrical, we back each job with our reputation and name, ensuring that each customer is 100% satisfied with the quality of the commercial electrical work they have received. Our clients share one thing in common, they have one less thing they worry about, and one more thing to count on.
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:
• Comply with the National Electrical Code (NEC)
• Work with high voltage capacity
• Install and repair commercial generators
• Troubleshoot problematic issues with electrical circuitry
• Work with single and three-phase electrical setups
• Work with commercial-grade conduit
• Upgrades for all commercial electrical circuits+ equipment
• Repair or replace electrical circuitry
• Installation of parking lot lighting
• Installation of commercial kitchen equipment + power systems
• Work with switch gear
• Interpret electrical schematics
• Complete electrical work with transformers
We Keep Your Business
Our commercial electricians can help your business to run more efficiently through their ability to install, repair, and service all types of electrical equipment in your facility.
We can assist you in designing the most efficient power structure for your commercial business, enabling you to achieve optimal productivity. We understand that any delay in power can be devastating for your company’s performance and growth. Therefore, our electricians always go out of their way to provide the utmost in service at each and every electrical project.
For high quality installation of all of your commercial building electrical needs, your company should consider hiring professionals who specialize in this specific area of expertise. Accredited professionals have the experience to complete all manner of commercial building electrical projects from minor to major ones. Not only do they complete the work according to your company’s specifications, but they also ensure that all of the work is up to code and ready for the city’s inspectors.
We put technology to work.
With the flow of technology constantly advancing, it is essential to properly wire your commercial building to handle all of these advances. From HVAC to lighting to electronics, the wiring layout of your building must be properly designed in order to deliver exceptional electrical capability while also circumventing potential problems well in advance.
Regardless of the full scope of the electrical project required by your commercial construction, it is important to hire licensed professionals with the commitment to source quality materials and deliver exceptional work. The craftsmen completing your commercial building electrical needs should understand the critical components and techniques required for full-service electrical work.
If you want guaranteed quality and professional detailing, hire a licensed electrician from AEI Electrical . Our certified professionals have the expertise and knowledge needed to successfully install all of your commercial building’s electrical needs with the promise of satisfaction guaranteed. They can assist your construction design by sharing their knowledge of new technologies, local energy standards, styling concepts, local business ordinances and building codes, and changing market trends.
Depending on the type of commercial building you are constructing, we can provide service in any of the following area’s:
Track or recessed lighting
Motion detector or security lighting
Circuit breaker panel installations
Outlets and switches
Security cameras and alarms
Outdoor lighting and outlets
Phone, data, and cable wiring and outlets
Whether you purchased a building with electrical code violations that you were unaware of or you hired an electrician who cut corners, correcting those code violations is essential for your business. Whenever a building undergoes an inspection, a risk always exists that the inspector will discover one or more violations related to your electrical wiring, outlets, switches, and circuitry. In some cases, the violations are due to an oversight on the part of the original electrician, and in other instances, the problems are the result of years of neglect and improper maintenance, leading to faulty, broken, or decaying equipment.
Once an inspector identifies the code violations, an order that dictates the corrections that must be made is issued to the building owner. Fortunately, most electrical code violations can be remedied rather quickly due to the exceptional skills of professionally trained and licensed electricians. Approaching the matter in a timely fashion can help you to avoid additional fines, potential fires, and electrical shocks that injure your personnel.
Problems Associated with Electrical Code Violations
If a building inspection reveals electrical code violations, the business owner is subjected to fines as well as being required to arrange for all violations to be corrected within a specified timeframe. Not only can this process be expensive, but it can also lead to downtime for your business operations as well as unnecessary stress.
Not only do you place your business at risk, but you also endanger the safety of your employees. As you can see, in addition to being a legal issue, it is also an ethical one.
How Are Electrical Code Violations Determined?
The standard by which all electrical wiring work must be completed is determined by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), which has compiled all of the codes into a book known as the NEC or National Electrical Code. AEI’s licensed electricians are qualified to complete the majority of work related to electrical wiring projects. A permit must be obtained and the work must be completed according to exact specifications.
Common Electrical Code Violations
A number of electrical codes occur more frequently than other types of problems. They include:
• Lack of GFCI protection
• Insufficient quantity of outlets
• Improper wiring
• Improper breaker sizes on circuits
• Faulty circuitry
• Improperly identified circuits on the panel
• Overloaded circuits
• Overloaded outlets
• Faulty emergency/exit lighting
• Nonfunctioning emergency/exit lighting
• Improperly grounded metal boxes
• Faulty wiring
If you have been notified that your commercial building has electrical code violations, contact us now to arrange for the necessary changes to bring your building up to code.
When your business needs large equipment installation and exceptional machine connectivity, it is time to arrange for the professional services of a licensed electrician. The technicians at Las Vegas Electrical Services Inc. provide a wide variety of electrical equipment installation and maintenance tasks including installation, repairs, maintenance, modifications, and interface necessities for machinery designed by a wide assortment of manufacturers.
Whether you need a fresh installation, a relocation, or troubleshooting and a repair, our electricians are fully capable of keeping your plant in good running order. The optimal functioning of your business is as important to us as it is to your company. Our industry-trained electricians can relocate a process line within your facility or transport it across the country. They can install new lines and modify old ones, ensuring the optimal functioning of your electrical equipment at all times.
Our professionally trained electricians have the skills to complete each of the following tasks:
• New electrical equipment installation
• Used electrical machinery installation
• Relocation of single pieces of equipment
• Complete relocation of all of your equipment
• Thermal imaging of motors and equipment
• Electrical engineering services for your entire facility or relocation
• Disconnection and reconnection of electrical machinery
• Switchgear installation, removal, and relocation
• Preparation for shipping
• Machinery rigging and transportation
• Dismantling of electrical equipment
• Cleaning of electrical equipment
• Repairing broken or faulty electrical equipment
• Refurbishing of electrical machinery
• Preventative maintenance on all types of electrical machinery
Why Use AEI - Electric for Your Electrical Equipment Installation?
• We offer competitive and depending on the job, flat-rate pricing for certain types of equipment installation.
• Our professionals are highly skilled and trained in electrical engineering and electronic installation.
• Our electricians are certified and licensed to complete this type of installation.
Industries Served by AEI Electric
Our staff of highly trained technicians has the skills and experience needed to service all of your large equipment and electrical machinery installations and needs. Their versatile training enables them to serve each of the following industries:
• Clean room
• Food & beverage industries
• High-tech industries
• Injection molding
• Mechanical contracting
• Medical industries
• Metal cutting and fabrication
• Metal stamping companies
• Power plants
If you want to keep your facility in good running order, please contact us and arrange an appointment to complete the necessary tasks that you require.
In order to provide safety for the employees and visitors of any commercial building, emergency exit lighting is mandated by the locale in which it is located. Moreover, additions and construction that remodels an existing floor-plan layout often necessitates a change in the location of emergency egress lighting. If you have concerns about the existing emergency exit lighting that you have installed or you are in need of a new installation, please contact us to arrange for one of our licensed electricians to come out and handle it for your business.
Regulations and Codes for Emergency Exit Lighting
Our licensed commercial electricians are knowledgeable of any local codes and regulations regarding emergency exit lighting in each of the communities they service. Moreover, as responsible tradesmen, they are also fully cognizant of the requirements put forth by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration). OSHA promotes safe practices deemed necessary to protect employees who are working on the job.
Requirements for Emergency Exit Lighting
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and OSHA, a business owner must provide safe means of egress. They offer a clear portrayal of each of the following terms
• Exit access – the area that leads up to the beginning of the exit
• Exit – the area that provides a safe method of leaving (exiting) the building
• Exit discharge – the area that fills in the space between the end of the exit and the beginning of a public area
Each of these terms is important because OSHA has clear specifications for properly lighting the exit area of any commercial building. In particular, the exit route needs to offer sufficient lighting to enable an individual to be able to see clearly, given that he has normal lighting. Moreover, a clearly visible sign labeled with the word “EXIT” must be poised in such a way that it indicates the exact location of the egress.
The NFPA also requires specific methods that must be used to properly illuminate the egress area. Each of the following terms identifies the type of lighting that a commercial business owner must provide for emergency exits.
• Internal illumination – a light source must be set up inside the commercial building so that the exit access is properly illuminated for visibility.
• External illumination – a light source must be installed in order to provide a source of light that properly illuminates the exterior of the emergency exit for visibility.
Additionally, the light sources must be independent of external power sources so that they continue to function in the event of a power failure.
Are you worried about a loss of power that can shut down your business operations in minutes, leaving your employees floundering with nothing to do? Have you considered the benefit of having a commercial generator installed to avoid this type of circumstance?
What Is a Commercial Generator?
Designed as a standby device that kicks in during a power outage, a commercial generator supplies your business with electricity in order to keep your facility operating as normally as possible. A generator intended for commercial use is larger, so it has the capacity to provide a sufficient source for all of your essential electrical needs.
In order to streamline the transition from normal operating power to backup energy, your generator is designed to switch on automatically whenever a sustained loss in electrical power is detected. Aproperly installed commercial generator properly will do the rest for you.
What Essential Electrical Needs Can a Commercial Generators Fulfill?
Your commercial generator will provide enough power for you to operate each of the following types of devices during the power outage:
• Heating systems
• Cooling systems
• Computers and accompanying peripherals
How to Choose a Commercial Generator?
Your first decision is to select the type of fuel that you will use to run your commercial generator. You can choose a variety of fuels, including propane, natural gas, diesel, gasoline, and oil. Your choice should be based on the method that offers greater convenience, depending on your situation. For example, you might want to select a fuel more readily available to your company.
While some models are less expensive than other styles, the type of fuel needed to run them might not be as convenient to find. Moreover, you should also consider the tank capacity and how frequently it needs to be filled.
Your selection of a commercial generator should also be based upon the output that your business needs to continue operating during the power outage. Our techincians can assist you in determining whether you need a model with an output of 25 kilowatts, more than 1,000 kilowatts, or something in between those two capacities.
Commercial Generators and Transfer Switches
It is important to understand that your standby power supply requires a transfer switch to protect it against dangerous activity. The transfer switch prevents voltage from the utility company from entering and damaging your generator when the power comes back on. It also prevents dangerous feeding of power from your generator into the utility power lines.
Our electrical technicians can install either a manual or an automatic transfer switch to protect your company against unusual transfers of power. Your switch must be rated to handle the largest of the following two aspects of your power supply: your company’s maximum load or the commercial generator’s full output.
An essential aspect in your business, the lights in your parking lot play a multi-functional role. They should provide sufficient illumination for anyone entering or leaving your parking lot during the evening and/or nighttime hours. Moreover, their presence should protect your customers from unnecessary danger, such as tripping over something on the ground.
Your goal should be to create a pleasing light pattern that draws customers to notice your building. Of course, you’ll also want to obtain cost-effective lighting fixtures in order to limit your company’s overhead costs. You have many options from which to choose, including standard poles, decorative fixtures, and streamlined styles. We can recommend the best and most cost efficient option for your application
Standard Parking Lot Lighting
The standard lamp version for parking lots lights offers a high pressure sodium lamp or a metal halide lamp. Both of these solutions feature ballasts that must be mounted either directly behind the lamp or right above it. Today’s styles feature compact luminaires with attractive styling and high performance.
Parking Lot Lighting Poles
We offer a wide selection of lighting poles fabricated from steel, aluminum, and fiberglass materials. They are commercial USA grade, custom engineered, and feature superior strength and engineering. We can provide everything from the standard 25 to 45-foot poles that properly light large parking lot areas to smaller 12 to 16-foot poles designed for lots that take up less space.
Parking Lot Lighting Fixtures
We offer affordable, value-priced lighting fixtures that are UL and CUL listed so that they are suitable for wet and dry locations. Our versatile collection provides high performance illumination and features a durable finish. All parking lot lighting fixtures meet current CSA standards.
Retrofitting Existing Poles with LED Lighting
Your company can save on energy costs when you retrofit your existing parking lot lights with cost-effective LED lighting. Not only is this type of lighting energy-efficient, but it is available in a wide variety of wattages, including 30W, 40W, 50W, 80W, 90W, 100W, and 135W. Each unit provides approximately 100,000 hours of lifespan and comes with a warranty.
When you switch over from standard lamps to LED lights, you can expect to save between 50 and 90% on your energy costs. Each light engine features a five-year warranty. The LED lights, which are precision engineered, are certified as dark-sky friendly.
AEI-Electric Parking Lot Lighting Services
Our AEI parking lot lighting services and options include each of the following:
• Parking lot lighting design
• Installation of parking lot lighting poles and lamps
• Maintenance of parking lot lighting and lamps
• Upgrades and retrofits
• LED lighting
• Standard lamps
• Hybrid lighting fixtures
• Solar lighting
Finding affordable parking lot lighting that lowers your overhead costs is an essential aspect of keeping your company moving forward and light years ahead of the competition. Please schedule an appointment today for all of your installation needs.
Accommodating the electrical loads needed by your commercial building is readily accomplished when you select the right size and type of power transformer. This fundamental piece of equipment is an essential aspect of your power distribution needs. It delivers the voltage levels required to produce the electrical loads needed throughout your building to keep your equipment running properly.
The installation of your commercial power transformer must comply with NEC (National Electrical Codes) as well as any local or stated ordinances that apply. Contracting an AEI electrician to complete the installation for your place of business ensures that the work will comply with all codes
An indoor distribution transformer is mounted separately from the panel board. In some cases, the transformer must be installed in a special vault room that has been designed with fire-rated enclosures. Pad-mounted transformers require outside installation. Therefore, they are weatherproof and tamper resistant.
Types of Commercial Transformers
It is important to understand the differences among the various styles of commercial transformers to ensure that the one installed can meet your company’s needs. Here is a look at several types:
Cast-coil transformers – Using reinforced resin to encapsulate the windings of the transformer, this style is useful in locations where airborne pollutants and/or moisture exist.
Featuring an oil-filled tank containing insulating mineral oil that is used to encase the windings, this style requires high maintenance in order to sustain its usability.
Ventilated dry-type transformers
Designed with a variety of insulating materials, the ventilated dry-type requires a large clearance space and is ventilated by air. An enclosure protects the windings from damage, while also acting as a safety measure. They are available in a variety of sizes and dimensions.
Nonventilated dry-type transformer
Featuring total enclosure, this style is perfect for use in commercial areas where excessive corrosion and dirt exist.
Sealed dry-type transformers
Offering the flexibility of being installed either indoors or outdoors, this style contains an enclosed tank filled with nitrogen or another type of dielectric gas that has been included for the protection of the windings. This style is particularly useful for commercial businesses that use corrosive materials.
Our electricians are licensed and experienced in every type of commercial electrical work. Please contact us to discuss your company’s need for a power transformer installation.
Recessed lighting solutions for commercial buildings are available in a wide assortment of styles that offer energy efficiency and high performance. Of course, three basic types of recessed lighting are sold today – standard voltage, low voltage, and solar.
Standard voltage offers a simple design that requires little maintenance once it has been installed. All you ever need to do is replace the light bulb when it no longer works. This is the most popular style of recessed lighting available today. Standard voltage fixtures are sold in a varied assortment of sizes, so they can be used in almost any location within your commercial building.
Low voltage fixtures only use a range of 12 to 24 volts. Therefore, their installation includes a transformer that reduces the standard voltage of 120 volts found currently produced by most electrical setups. Low voltage recessed lighting is also popular, particularly because of the wide selection of styles that are currently being sold. However, while the installation costs are only slightly more expensive that those incurred with standard voltage installations, the cost to maintain and repair this style is expensive.
Solar recessed lighting fixtures have the most difficult and costly installation process. A hole must be cut into the roof of your commercial building in order to place the required reflector globe that contains the reflective tubes that create your source of light. While you might save money on your lighting costs, this style of recessed lighting can only function when the sun is out.
Recessed Can Lighting
Offering a clean appearance for the lighting system in your place of work, recessed can lighting fixtures are fitted flush into the ceilings. Unlike the earlier versions of can lighting, newer styles offer greater efficiency. The seals used when installing them create an air-tight design that prevents heated/cooled air from leaking out of the room into the attic.
Insulation Contact Ratings for Recessed Lighting
In order to avoid a fire hazard, recessed lighting fixtures have an IC (Insulation Contact) rating that lets you know they do not pose any hazard related to the heat they emit. The IC rating lets the electrician know that the fixture can be installed safely into the ceiling. Some styles even come with thermal switches designed to reset the lighting fixture under certain circumstances.
While solar lighting may be inexpensive, it does not provide the level of security that you need for your home. Moreover, the light they provide is reliant on sunny days, limiting the availability of your source of illumination. Instead of trusting that such unreliable sources of security lighting can protect your home from invasion while offering a safe path to the home from your car during the evening/nighttime hours, you may want to consider having security lighting installed by a professional. In addition to hardwired fixtures with a constant on-or-off feature connected to an electrical source, you can include those designs set up as motion-sensor lights, providing the best of both worlds to your safety plan.
Considering Security Lighting Installation Purposes
In general, the primary goal is to situate security lighting in locations where they will startle intruders, either scaring them away or giving you enough time to react to their unwanted presence. Improperly placed security lighting invites criminals to your home or business, delivering a clear view of your building. This is one of the reasons why today’s security lighting options no longer include only bright globe lights and huge flood lights. Today, motion-sensor security lighting options are available along with subtle light styling that helps protect your building from invasion.
Strategically Placing Security Lighting Fixtures Outside Your Home or Business
The main component of properly installing security lighting is to locate it in an optimal spot so that it delivers the best advantage for creating a safe environment. Our licensed electricians are knowledgeable about the installation of security lighting and can help you determine the best strategy for your situation.
General Tips for Strategic Security Lighting Placement
1. Security lighting should be placed in locations that are appealing to intruders – the darkest entrances to your home including doors, windows, and gates.
2. When installing motion-sensor security lighting, be sure to obtain newer models designed to turn on only when people or larger animals enter the area.
3. Shrubs and bushes obscure the area where they are located, so security lighting should be located nearby.
4. Flood lights are great deterrents to intruders and cover a large area, making them quite useful for backyard coverage.
5. A junction box dedicated specifically to your security lighting, providing you with a single location for troubleshooting in the future when necessary.
If you are a building owner who rents out your property, the importance of arranging for tenant improvements should be only too clear. Whether your tenant buildings offer elevator functionality or not, electricity is the most important utility within your buildings. Your tenants need quality electrical services for operational utilities including heating, lighting, cooling, and digital services. Without working electricity, your tenants will become disgruntled occupants who continually request the need of your services to rectify malfunctioning aspects of their living environment.
Property Management and Tenant Improvements
When you own property, it is your responsibility to keep up with necessary tenant improvements in order to provide a quality living and working environment for your renting population. Our licensed electricians are fully prepared to assist you in any of the following tenant improvements within the electrical field: lighting needs, access control, power requirements and systems, upgrades, replacements, and new installations.
Adhering to exceptional standards, our electricians are fully trained to assist our clients in identifying electrical design issues before they become a problem. We assist you in the determination of what needs to be accomplished in order to successfully achieve the realization of your full-scale tenant improvement plan. After all, in the landlord-tenant scenario, the needs of both parties must be fully met to sustain a successful cooperative business relationship.
Services Available for Tenant Improvements
Depending on the type of rental property you are managing, you may need one or more of the following services:
• Exit and egress signs and lights, including NEON lighting
• Landscape, exterior, and poolside lighting
• Basic electrical wiring
• Lighting maintenance, lighting repair, track lighting, and floor lighting
• Service upgrades and electrical troubleshooting
• Service maintenance, insurance repairs, and code violation repairs
• Interior lighting installation, track lighting, and dimmer switch controls
• Under cabinet lighting, low voltage lighting
• Circuit panel upgrades or replacements and fuse replacements
• Digital wiring installation, telephone jacks, and computer circuits
• Security lighting installation
• Power generator backup installation, sub-panel installation, and isolated circuits
• Ceiling or attic fan wiring and installation
• Custom art lighting, custom case lighting, and accent lighting
• Seasonal needs such as Christmas light wiring
• Switches, circuits, and CAT-5
• Hardwired smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
Having your transfer switches safely installed by an AEI electrician gives you the peace of mind that the work has been properly completed. Transfer switches are a required component of having a generator installed for the purposes of providing your business with the power it needs to operate at optimal performance.
Connected to both your utility power and your commercial-sized generator, a transfer switch is needed to provide power to your business during power outages, including brown outs and black outs. As such, it is an important component of your generator, isolating each power source to prevent back-feeding, while also enabling a power source for your operational needs. If back-feeding occurs, it could lead to a dangerous power feed, resulting in injury or death to anyone working on utility power lines.
Types of Transfer Switches
Three basic types of transfer switches are available for commercial business use. They include automatic switches, manual switches, and combination (manual/automatic) switches.
• Automatic transfer switches provide the unique advantage of transferring the power source automatically between utility power and generator power.
• Manual transfer switches offer the flexibility of allowing you the option of turning the switch on and off at your discretion.
• With a combination (manual/automatic) switch, you gain the advantage of both options, making it easy to maintain power to critical pieces of equipment.
Transfer Switch Sizes
The size of your transfer switch is contingent upon several different factors. They include each of the following aspects of your commercial business:
• The size of the utility service you use
• The size of the generator you have installed
• The number and type of appliances you plan to operate
Transfer switches are available in several sizes. They range between 50 and 200 amps. Our experienced electricians can assist you in determining which size is going to perform best for your operational needs.
Transfer switches are sold in a variety of styles. Your AEI commercial electrical team can assist you in choosing the correct style for your business requirements. Please contact us today to discuss your choice of transfer switch and to schedule an appointment to install one.
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