Delta Electrical Staffing located at 108 Winola Ct, Greensboro, NC 27409 is a full service electrical contractor providing electrical services to both residential and commercial customers. They offer a wide range of services including Electrical panel repair, Electrical panel replacement or upgrading, Ground wire installation, Light fixture installation, Security system installation and more.
Some of their key services include 24-Hour Emergency Services, Building Wiring, Commercial Electrical Services, Commercial Repairs, Construction Design, Electric Panels, Electrical Contractor, Electrical Repairs, Electrical Upgrades, Electrical Wiring, Home Electrical Services, Installation Solar Panels, Lighting Systems, New Construction, New Wiring, Safety Inspections, Security Systems, Surge Protection, Systems Maintenance. They are committed to providing top quality electrical work with a focus on safety, reliability and customer satisfaction.
Electrical panel repair: We repair electrical panels that have issues like losing power, damaged breakers, or other problems that arise over time.
Electrical panel replacement or upgrading: Upgrade your old electrical panel to a modern panel with more circuits and capacity. Replacement is needed if the existing panel is outdated, damaged, or unable to support your home's electrical needs.
Ground wire installation: Properly install grounding wires to reduce shock hazards and increase safety. Ground wires ensure electronics and appliances are grounded to safely direct any electricity away from people.
Light fixture installation: Installation of new and replacement light fixtures for indoor and outdoor areas. We handle all types of light fixtures including recessed lights, pendants, and surface mounted fixtures.
Security system installation: Install professional-grade security systems to monitor your home or business for intrusion, fire, carbon monoxide, flooding and more. We offer solutions from top brands.
24-Hour Emergency Services: Our licensed electricians are available 24/7 for electrical emergencies like power outages, short circuits, surge protection failures and other urgent issues.
Building Wiring: Upgrade old knob-and-tube wiring or install new circuits to support your evolving electrical needs. Proper wiring ensures your home's power system functions safely and reliably.
Commercial Electrical Services: Handle all electrical installation and repair projects for commercial buildings including wiring, lighting, power upgrades, equipment hookups and preventative main
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an electrician?
An electrician is a tradesman specializing in electrical wiring of buildings, stationary machines, and related equipment. Electricians install electrical systems in structures; they may also maintain and repair existing electrical components.
What does an electrician do?
Common duties of an electrician include installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical systems for homes, commercial buildings, industrial facilities, and other structures. This involves tasks like installing lighting systems and circuits, troubleshooting issues, performing maintenance on systems, ensuring electrical work meets safety codes, and more.
What are the requirements to become an electrician?
Requirements to become a licensed electrician vary by state but often include a high school diploma or equivalent, completing a state-approved electrician apprenticeship program, and passing a licensing exam. Apprenticeships usually last 4-5 years and involve both on-the-job training with an electrician as well as technical classroom instruction.
What skills are needed to be an electrician?
Electricians need skills in areas like electrical wiring, blueprint reading, safety procedures, mathematics, and using technical tools and equipment. It also requires physical skills like climbing, lifting, and working in tight spaces. Good problem-solving ability, attention to detail, and the ability to follow technical instructions are essential as well.
What is the job outlook for electricians?
The job outlook for electricians is expected to be favorable as more electricians will be needed to install and maintain electrical systems in new structures as well as updating existing buildings. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 8% employment growth for electricians over the next decade, which is faster than average compared to other occupations.