Finding a Commercial Electrician: Contractor Considerations

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the broad company qualities to prioritize if you’re a business or building owner looking for a commercial electrician partner. While there are usually several such options in a major metropolitan area like Salt Lake City or other parts of Utah, determining which contractor to work with will depend on several distinct variables.

At Orange Electric, we’re proud to provide a full range of commercial electrical services, backed by a long track record of success and satisfied customers. Our solutions range from quality electrical repairs to numerous new builds and electric installations at your convenience. In today’s part two of our series, we’ll look at some of the signs of a good individual commercial electrician and what they’ll bring to the table for you.

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Regularly Trained

The world of electrical service is one that’s constantly evolving. New technology regularly makes its way to the forefront, as does various areas of expertise when it comes to commercial electrical builds, repairs, components and more.

This means that any electrician you work with should be aware of these developments and always looking to learn more. At Orange Electric, our training process never truly stops – while our electricians do go through an initial training program to familiarize themselves with all the primary qualities of our company, we offer regular supplemental training, including to employees who have been with us for years. This ensures that all our staff are up to speed on the latest developments in the industry and will be prepared to handle any modern job you have a need for.

Safety Expertise

Whether you’re dealing with a new building that needs electrical wiring or a simple electrical repair need, safety is of the utmost importance. Any electrician you work with should have a strong, comprehensive knowledge of all electrical safety codes and related procedures, plus the resources to investigate a complex issue further. Ask about these qualifications in advance to ensure your job is carried out safely at every step.

Personal Skills and Qualities

Finally, any individual contractor you work with should have strong personal skills and service qualities. They should be able to communicate in a friendly and simple manner to all clients, plus should be true to their word and offer honest, caring services at every turn. Our electricians promote our client-first business model, where we put the customer first and maintain absolutely no hidden fees or other predatory properties. We know this commitment to excellence is what keeps many of our clients coming back to us year after year.

For more on how to find an ideal commercial electrician, or to learn about any of our electrical repair or other services, speak to the staff at Orange Electric today.