You might have thought. You might have thought that there would be a vast gulf between a commercial electrician in Canton, GA and a residential electrician in the same area. For starters, the principles of electrical work remain the same. And there are service orientations that remain, in principle, the same. Materials and infrastructure may differ, but methods are pretty much the same as always. So then.
There is not much difference between a commercial electrician and a residential electrician. Let’s use the rest of this short article to pair up a couple of good examples. Starting off with this one. A competent business owner who owns or has full control over his own premises will always be remembering that his contracted commercial electrician is due to service his premises with another maintenance and inspection tour.
You may call this a tour of duty. Because that is what it is. It is part of the commercial electrician’s duties. It should be written into each and every contract that the commercial electrician draws up with his commercial customers. We dare say that a residential electrical specialist may be attempting the very same thing. Let there be no doubt about that. What other duties would both electricians be seeing to then?
Well, during the maintenance and inspection rounds, there could always be repairs too. But these will be minor repairs. They are not at all bad and are to be expected. They are usually used to repair wear and tear damage that is to be expected of even the most steadfast of electrical installations and appliances. Now to make things better for both commercial and domestic electrical customers. Both sets of customers should be amenable to new electrical upgrades. Anything else?