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Do you have 3 phase motors? If so you will want to read this!

Some Utility companies are now installing re-closers on their high voltage lines that only disconnect one hot wire instead of all three when a fault occurs such as a branch from a tree falls on their lines.

What’s this mean? Possibly damaging and shorting out your motors or more catastrophic damage.

We all know how much money in replacement motors, downtime, expedited freight,…

Why Does My Breaker Panel Make A Buzzing Sound?

If your electrical panel is buzzing, it can be a little unnerving for many people. After all, electricity can be dangerous and possibly cause fires, There are a handful of common reasons for this to happen, and we'll explore a few of them in this article.

A Circuit Breaker In The Electrical Panel Is Failing To Trip When It Should.

This can cause your wire connected to it to become…

Why would I upgrade my electrical panel?

You business' electrical panel is a tan or grey box that receives the power coming into the building from your electric company, and distributes it to other branches and sub-branches throughout your facility. Per OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) codes, this is in a location both easily accessible and out of the way. It is also required…

The Difference Between Residential and Commercial Electrical Wiring

Commercial and residential electrical wiring are completely different in terms of energy needs, load demands, and equipment setup. They also require different classes of materials and procedures. Integrity Power and Electric specializes in Commercial and Industrial electrical work. Let's look at some of the differences:

- Residential electrical wiring is always completely covered within sheath…

Know When to Call a Professional Electrician

Let's be frank. Electricity can kill you. Secondarily, performing certain upgrades or repairs of electrical systems incorrectly can cause fires, or other damage to your office. At Integrity Power and Electric, while we are all in favor of resetting breakers and changing light bulbs yourself, when it comes to adding a 220 line or repairing faulty wiring, you're best off to call a professional electrician.…

Why should you invest in a preventative maintenance program?

As a company owner or management director there are many advantages to having a custom designed preventative maintenance program as long as it is executed properly. Most large corporations will see the payback and have systems in place, but you don’t have to be a huge company to take advantage of the benefits of a preventative maintenance program and how it can…

The Importance of Owning a Surge Suppressor

Look around your office. How many electrical devices do you have plugged in? Computers, audio/visual equipment, network devices, appliances, printers, and more. Now imagine if it was all rendered useless in a matter of seconds. That's exactly what can happen if you have an electrical surge. This doesn't have to be lightning. It can be a blown transformer or some other occurrence somewhere between…

Upgrading your business to energy efficient lighting

A commercial location uses far more electricity than a home would. A big part of this is the lighting involved. In many cases, the lighting fixtures in place are the older standard of incandescent lighting, which loses up to 90% of its energy as heat. This not only wastes money on lighting costs, but it increases your cooling costs. Additionally you will save money on how often you replace light…

Integrity Power and Electric, LLC

Alliance Ohio Electrician, serving Alliance and nearby communities such as Sebring, Beloit, Damascus, Salem, Canton, Minerva, Homeworth, Louisville, Hartville and Carrolton. Mahoning, Stark, Columbiana, Portage and Carroll County. We specialize in commerical and industrial electrical contracting.

Our specialty is commercial and industrial electrical contracting. We pride ourselves in our ability to not only design and build electrical systems for new buildings and additions, but also working with existing systems to retrofit, troubleshoot, and upgrade, minimizing downtime and maximizing energy efficiency.

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