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It’s important to perform regular maintenance on your electrical system to avoid sudden and costly repairs.
These are the steps that Interstate recommends:
-Upgrading the electrical diagrams of your existing system to accurately show load and identify capacity
-Performing Arc Flash Analysis and prepare warning labels in compliance with the latest NFPA 70E code requirements
-Fire Alarm and Life Safety Testing
-Performing a complete Thermoscan Infra-Red Diagnostic Analysis to uncover any hot spots that could potentially cause problems as you expand
-Outlining a strategy to enable your firm to realize both short and long terms growth goals
We are all adjusting to our “new normal” amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. For many employees and businesses, that means working from home or on adjusted schedules instead of working in an office. And for building owners and facility managers, it means lower occupancy rates, reduced cleaning/maintenance staff, and shifted timelines for upgrades or regular maintenance.
In fact, right now, Interstate is performing many planned equipment changes, upgrades, or additions and general preventative maintenance services for our clients since there is less disruption to tenants in the building. It is a great time to install germicidal UV lights, enhanced power for air filtration systems, or new equipment installation.
Learn more about the critical tasks we recommend for all commercial property owners and how to avoid costly repairs. [ READ MORE ]
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