Being without power for any amount of time is more than an inconvenience at home or at work. Electrical emergencies lead to spoiled food, malfunctioning medical devices, and unsafe conditions. And if there’s an outage at your manufacturing plant, food processing facility, or other industrial or commercial building, will cost you productivity. It can also be a safety issue when heavy machinery or equipment suddenly powers down. Computer hardware can also be affected from a momentary loss of power.
Residential Emergency Electricians
The kitchen may be the heart of the home, but electricity is the nervous system. Without it, daily activity comes to a standstill. Heating the water you shower with, the appliances you prepare food and cook with, and even the internet that you stay connected to the world will cease to work.
Prairie Electric has decades of experience with residential power outages. Whether it’s bringing power in from the grid, replacing a failing electrical panel, or simply changing out a faulty circuit breaker, we’ll find the issues, make the necessary repairs, and get the home services back online. We work quickly so you can get back to your normal life
Industrial Emergency Electricians
Manufacturing facilities rely on well-maintained equipment to meet quotas and keep vendors, investors, and clients happy. When the power goes out, you can bet overall revenues will be affected. When dealing with perishables, not only will productivity be affected, but you could lose inventory as well.
The experts at Prairie Electric have done design-build electrical work with several large food processing companies, improving their processes and keeping them online. So we’re well-equipped to handle almost any emergency situation as well as developing a backup power plan to reduce the chances of losing power again.
Commercial Emergency Electricians
Restaurants, shopping malls, grocery stores, and other commercial enterprises rely heavily on dependable power. We’ve come a long way from the manual cash registers of yore. With so many point of sale or inventory systems depending on electricity, not to mention the internet and networking, every minute lost to electrical issues could cost hundreds, if not thousands of dollars.
We understand that any amount of downtime time affects your bottom line. In addition to getting your systems back online, we can also add surge protectors and other maintenance control to mitigate future outages. We also offer regular service calls to make sure we can head off any future problems before they happen.
Electrical Residential Repair
Where the power comes from the street into your home, the panel is responsible for handling all of the power loads in your home. A series of circuit breakers are placed in the electrical panel, usually rated for 15 or 20 amps.
We like to place panels in out-of-the-way but easy-to-reach areas, and we work closely with the construction project manager for optimal placement. We’ll make sure your new home has the proper power going to all of the appliances, clearly marked, and leave room for future expansion (shop, sauna, hot tub, etc.).