Electrician Services

Utilizing the most reliable, innovative and cutting-edge electrical solutions, Gray Connective can design, build and maintain the integrated electrical solution best suited to achieving your business goals.

Our electric company team builds cost-effective projects with the highest quality and adherence to development standards.

Construction

Whether your needs are new construction or renovation of an existing commercial,
industrial or institutional facility, Gray Connective can provide cost-effective solutions.

Energy Efficiency

Gray Connective’s goal is to assist our clients in making their facilities energy efficient
by providing lighting retrofits and control systems.

Solar

As one of the leading sources of renewable energy, Gray Connective can design, install and maintain your solar system to operate at peak efficiency to maximize your investment.

EV

Is your business considering an Electric Vehicle Charging Station?

With the rapid growth of interest in electric vehicles, more commercial facilities are looking to install electric charging stations. If you’re considering adding a charging station, here are the key things you need to consider:

What Level Charging Station Will You Use?
The biggest decision you have to make is determining what level of charging station you want to install. The main driver behind the decision is how your charging station will be used. The three levels of charging stations vary in many ways, but the most significant is the time it takes to charge a vehicle.

Level 1 Charging Stations use a 120-volt AC circuit. They are the least expensive but they take the longest amount of time to charge a vehicle. These types of chargers don’t require any special equipment or installation and are often used at home. Typically, a Level 1 charger requires 11 to 20 hours to charge a vehicle. These work best when the vehicle can be plugged in and stationary overnight. Level 1 chargers will typically get 4 miles of driving range per hour of charge.

Level 2 Charging Stations are suitable for both commercial and residential use. Commercial stations typically use a 208-240 volt AC circuit and must be installed by a licensed electrician. They can be powered by either traditional utility provided power, or by a solar panel system. Typically, a Level 2 charger requires 3-8 hours to charge a vehicle. Level 2 chargers will typically get 32 miles of driving range per hour of charge.

Level 3 Charging Stations are commonly known as DC Fast Chargers and provide 100 or more miles of range to a typical vehicle in 30 to 40 minutes of charging. Level 3 chargers require specialized equipment and professional installation. .

Benefits of Installing EV Charging Stations at Your Facility

  • Contribute to your community by helping to improve air quality
  • Attract and retain employees, it is another incentive for working at your company
  • Federal and State financial incentives and tax credits
  • Reduce Facility Costs, Rapidly increasing gas prices will impact the bottom line for businesses with fleets.
  • Shows your business is innovative and forward thinking and committed to sustainability

Electric Vehicles are the future! Now is the time to get in front of this growing technology. As of 2022, 45 states and many utility providers offer incentives for the purchase, installation, maintenance, and operation of EV charging stations.

Gray Connective can transition your business to EV Chargers. EV charging stations are a way of enhancing the overall operation of your workplace and getting the kind of long-term benefits that you want and deserve.

Infrared Scanning

Gray Connective utilizes the latest FLIR Systems infrared technology cameras to detect and diagnose exceptions or defects in electrical and mechanical systems. This service offers a non-invasive means of troubleshooting and analysis.

Utility Locating

Locating underground utilities is a problem that affects nearly all construction workers and excavators when performing their work. Cities are chock full of telephone wires, power and fibre optic cables, gas and water mains, sewer pipes and waste water drains and more, some even dating back to the 19th century. Locating all these different utilities is a confusing process even for the most experienced excavators and is best left to a company that has expertise in the service. Gray Connective provides accurate locating for privately owned underground utilities that are not traditionally marked by 811 services. We utilize the latest Radio detection equipment, which also locates underground faults and other defects in electrical systems.