The Importance of An Uninterruptible Power Supply

Posted by Tim Hagen on Jan 27, 2020

When your business relies upon electrical power, the last thing you want is unplanned downtime due to equipment failure and power outages. Whether your business is industrial, commercial, healthcare, IT, financial, education, or any other industry -- power outages and equipment failures are costly and even dangerous.

There are several options that bring more reliability to electrical systems.

  • Scheduled Maintenance for Equipment
  • Back-Up Generators
  • Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)
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How Technology is Changing the Electrical Construction Industry

Posted by Pat Antkowski on Sep 30, 2019

Technology has changed the way businesses operate and the construction industry is no exception. The construction industry now embraces technology like smartphones, drones and computer aided design in daily job management. 

For electrical contractors like us, technology has helped streamline projects and create a more collaborative, more efficient, and safer job site.  Specifically, we see technology informing our job estimating, manpower scheduling, materials handling, and prefabrication abilities.

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Budget vs. Estimate: Why you need both for accuracy.

Posted by E.V. Thompson on Apr 22, 2019

Large construction projects can be tricky to estimate. The sheer volume of detail can create the perfect storm for overlooking things that should be obvious on the outset. To avoid an inaccurate estimate, our construction division uses a simple but effective tool.

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Anniversary Memory: 'Lectric Living at Lemberg

Posted by K. Prelesnik on Oct 9, 2018

The word attractive, in relation to spatial design and appeal, took on a whole new meaning in 1972. Lemberg’s increased operations that year drove the expansion from the first floor to the second and third.

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6 Safety Facts You May Not Know About Working Near Electricity

Posted by Tim Scheid on Oct 15, 2014

Electrical safety in the workplace doesn't just require hiring a top-notch electrical contractor. When planning any construction project -- including damage remediation following severe weather -- everyone near a work zone or area connected to electrical sources should be aware of potential risks. This can include parking lots and landscaped areas as well as buildings and their perimeters.

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4 Considerations When Choosing An Outdoor Business Sign Location

Posted by John Wachniak on Oct 3, 2014

Whether you are launching a brand new location and need a new business sign or simply replacing the old sign for your business, several key factors must be addressed from conceptualization to installation. From the planning stages to final installation, every decision you make has the potential to affect your overall marketing strategy. Keep in mind these four considerations when choosing the location for an outdoor sign for your business.

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