Choose an electrician who will communicate well
Without strong communication between contracting teams, your new commercial building is going to be delayed. At Rytec Electric, our electricians know how to stay on the same page as your other contractors. We’ll stay on your schedule – and on your budget – with our capable teamwork skills.
We’ll handle all of your new building’s electrical construction, including:
- General electrical installations
- Safety inspections
- Commercial wiring systems
- Electrical wiring design
- Device and appliance installations
- Designing your electrical system
- Installing your new or retrofitted electrical system
- Interior and parking lot lighting fixtures
Why Work with Rytec
We’re confident about what we do because we have hundreds of successful projects under our belt. Our clientele see the quality of our work, too. Most of our new customers come from referrals by friends and family who have already used our services.
We’re going to stay on your schedule by working with the other contractors on your project to make sure we’re doing our job at the right time. We arrive at every job ready to start. We’ll solve unexpected complications quickly and communicate those solutions to you clearly so you’re always on the same page.
Every one of our electricians is licensed, which means they have years of experience. We have meetings every week to continue training and improving our skills. It keeps our troubleshooting skills sharp and makes us capable of finding solutions for all kinds of electrical problems.
We can handle every part of a project. We’ll communicate with your electric company, secure necessary permits, show up on time for every job, and so much more. We clean up after ourselves before we leave, and we work with your contracting team to prevent disruption to your schedule.
20 Years of experience
We’ve got two decades of experience in serving our community. We’re not afraid to say we’re good at what we do, and we put our money where our mouth is: All of our electrical work has a one-year labor guarantee.
What are our customers saying about our service?
GREAT TO WORK WITH
“These people are great to work with, showed up when they said they they would, very professional yonung man DAVID, went above and beyond my expectations. If I need anything in the future, they will be my only call, excellent customer service!”
– Danny H.
RECOMMEND TO ANYONE
“Fantastic, on-time, professional service!!! Recommend to anyone reading this!! Will use for future projects!”
– Ron B.
“First company I called were not able to schedule until weeks out. Rytec was my next call and they were available the next week. Clinton came out and did a great job! Thanks, Rytec. You will be my first call next time.”
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a commercial electrician do?
A commercial electrician is similar to a residential electrician, except they generally work on larger-scale electrical projects. They stay up-to-date with commercial electrical codes, handle higher voltages, and typically use different electrical materials to keep up with the heavier use of commercial electrical systems.
Residential electricians stay up-to-date with residential electrical codes, typically handle low voltage systems, and use different electrical materials to match the needs of a house or apartment.
What’s the difference between commercial and industrial electrical work?
The difference between commercial and industrial electrical work comes down to specialization. An industrial electrician works more heavily with trades like mining, agriculture, manufacturing facilities, and more. A commercial electrician works with a more typical business, like a store, restaurant, or office building.
Are you a member of any professional associations?
We are members of professional associations, including the Lexington Chamber of Commerce, Business Network International (BNI), and the Building Industry Association (BIA), among others.
What should I ask a commercial electrical contractor before I hire them?
Some questions to keep in mind before hiring a commercial electrical contractor include the following:
- Are they licensed?
- Are they insured?
- Do they offer any guarantees on their work?
- Have they completed similar projects?
- What do their customers think of their work?
- Do they have all the equipment necessary to complete the job?
Don’t take a risk with an unlicensed or uninsured contractor. Your contractor should be both.
Get in touch today!