December 2021 Newsletter
There are building codes for every facet of construction from the foundation to the rooftop. The codes regulate materials, components, design and building practices to ensure the durability and safety of the structure and its systems including mechanical, electrical and plumbing. Each state has its own regulations and requirements that property owners and managers must adhere to or face fines for code violations. These standards must be followed to create a safe environment for occupants and visitors.
Building codes are the building blocks of the construction industry and impact us in many ways. They provide a standard benchmark that contractors must meet, to establish a building’s safety and energy performance for years to come. Code Violations can create unnecessary impediments to the growth and success of your business. The best way is to know the top electrical violations that businesses struggle with so you can avoid them in the future.
Some of the more common electrical code violations include: overloaded conduits, knob and tube wiring, illegal splices, faulty electric panels, safety violations, overloaded circuits, damaged or exposed wires and cables, poor electrical connections, and insufficient emergency lighting.
It’s common that electrical systems in commercial and industrial buildings are just not kept up to speed with modern advancements. The National Electrical Code (NEC), frequently revises its standards and defines new standards of safety. These changes are essential as a result of rapid changes in technology, the introduction of new products, and new research studies.
Electrical code violations shouldn’t be taken lightly, an electrician is required for electrical code corrections. You need to cautiously choose an electrical contractor that suits your schedule, spending budget, and standard of work expected. Regardless of what is causing your violation, Gray Connective will make sure to quickly locate the problem and enact the proper solution, so you can get back to running your business.
Gray Connective offers commercial business owners electric code repairs or corrections. We adhere to the NEC guidelines, which is a standard for electrical installation, electrical wiring, and appliances in view of the safety specifications to be put into practice. Gray Connective is a commercial and industrial electrical contractor serving the greater Lehigh Valley and western New Jersey for over three decades. We offer companies the ability to work with confidence and peace of mind through our electrical solutions and competitive prices.
If you suspect electrical code violations in your building, don’t hesitate to contact Gray Connective to perform electrical code corrections so that the risk of electrical fires, bodily harm, and property damage are reduced significantly. Don’t wait for your next electrical inspection to address problems regarding code violations.
|Count on Gray Connective to put your building in compliance with local codes.