Commercial Electrical Repair Services

Electrical problems in your commercial facility range from being inconvenient to downright dangerous. At Clear Electrical Solutions, we embrace the challenge of diagnosing your electrical problems and are experienced at making all kinds of electrical repairs to keep your facility up and running.

The following information gives you an idea of what might be going on if you’re experiencing issues like flickering lights or tripped breakers. But there’s no substitute for an assessment by a master electrician who will find out exactly what’s going on and give you straightforward, honest advice on the electrical repair services you need. Fixing your electrical problems early is extremely important, preventing unnecessary downtime and protecting people and businesses.

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Flickering Lights

Flickering lights in your buildings can be a sign that you have a loose wire—a potentially dangerous situation. If you’re experiencing flickering lights, it’s important to have your electrician find out where the wire is in your electrical system and fix it. If your lights flicker when you’re running equipment, you’re probably going to need to upgrade the electrical panel or change the circuit that the equipment is on. This is an expensive electrical repair, but worth the money to prevent power outages and safety risks.

If you have flickering LED lights, the problem may be:

  • A loose wire
  • The wiring was done incorrectly
  • Some of the electronics inside the light may have failed. This can be prevented by buying quality lights.
  • An issue with incompatible dimmer switches
  • A defect in the bulb.

We can assess the problem and pinpoint the source of the issue for you.

Circuit Breakers

Tripped Power (Circuit Breaker)

If your power goes off in one area of the building or if a number of outlets in a space aren’t working, you’ve got a tripped breaker or loose wiring in one of your plugs. All electrical circuits are protected by circuit breakers or, in older commercial buildings, by fuses. Something as easy to do as using too many pieces of equipment for the circuit to handle can cause a tripped breaker.

If your breaker keeps tripping, you might have a short circuit or a breaker that has deteriorated and needs replacine. There are a number of potential causes for a short circuit. A master electrician can identify the issue, which can be anywhere in the circuit, and make the required electrical repairs.

GFCI electrical outlet

GFCI Keeps Tripping

If your GFCI keeps tripping, it could be due to any of a number of reasons. The first is a ground fault, when the live wire comes into contact with the ground wire or grounded area of the piece of equipment. Any current leakage and the GFCI will trip.

The second reason is circuit overload. Circuit overload is usually the result of loose wires but it can also be caused by faulty equipment. Improper wiring, moisture in the receptacle box, or a malfunctioning GFCI outlet can also cause a GFCI to continue tripping.

Electrical wire repair

Wire Repair

We’re often called to commercial facilities to conduct wire repair. Sometimes wires deteriorate due to age. Often other work being carried out in the building results in wires being accidentally cut.

Usually, wire repair is done by splicing the wire—a job that should be undertaken by a professional electrician. Your electrician will identify the wire, assess the damage, and advise you on the best course of action.

We’re Experts in All Commercial Electrical Repairs

These are some of the most common electrical repair services that we handle for our commercial customers, but we can help you with anything electrical. If you have questions or want to discuss your electrical issues, contact us today.