Electrician, Meyer Electrical Services Inc.
Written by Walt Meyer

Improve Your Motel or Hotel With a Licensed Electrician – Part 2

As covered in Part 1, a licensed electrician can help your guest facility save money and increase profitability. A licensed professional can help prevent problems related to electrical infrastructure, minimizing downtime and promoting safety. Part 2 will discuss Better Guest and Employee Conditions, Compliance & Safety, and Additional Electrical Services.

Better Guest and Employee Conditions

Every guest facility should make good lighting for guests and employees an essential goal for its electrical infrastructure. A good environment can only be possible if a facility provides adequate lighting that promotes comfort and safety for guests. Lighting that helps improve employee work performance can result in more revenue.

A licensed electrician will be able to upgrade outdated and inefficient lighting fixtures. You can also work with this professional on creating a lighting scheme that will put fixtures in the right places, so guests can have an enjoyable and safe stay, and workers can have the lighting needed to help them succeed.

Compliance & Safety

Due to their training and continued study, a licensed electrician will be aware of  electrical compliance and safety updates as the NEC (National Electrical Code) makes updates every three years. By working with an experienced electrician, your guest facility will not only be more energy efficient, it will be safer for guests and employees. Your business can save a significant amount of money over time. Expensive fines can also be avoided for non-compliant electrical infrastructure.

Additional Electrical Services

An important approach is to eliminate electrical waste by installing automated lighting controls. The installation of motion and photo sensors that control lighting fixtures will ensure lights will only be activated when needed, reducing unneeded consumption of electricity in the facility. Smart controls can also learn and adjust settings based on how much guests or employees use a particular area.

If your guest facility is older and has an outdated infrastructure, circuits may be dangerously overloaded and causing downtime. After an inspection, a licensed  electrician may recommend wiring and electrical panel upgrades to ensure enough electricity is being supplied in a safe manner.

Electrical Services You Can Trust

Founded in 1991, Meyer Electrical Services provides home and commercial electrical services in Maryland, Virginia, and D.C., where we are licensed and insured. Based in Bethesda, our team proudly serves all of Montgomery County. Receive a free consultation for custom electrical work today by calling (301) 941-1400.