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Commercial & Industrial Emergency Systems in Nashville

emergency systems nashville tnAs a commercial property owner, you have an obligation to provide everyone within your building with safety and security. This responsibility is heightened even more when the power goes out in the local area. Some critical systems must have a reliable source or power at all times. At Wilee Electric Inc., our commercial and industrial electricians are here to help you design the best emergency systems in Nashville for your building or facility.

Since 1985, our professionals have been proudly providing the highest quality commercial electrical services to the Nashville area. We believe that every business deserves to have an electrical system that complements and promotes its core function. With our help, you can design an electrical system specifically for your unique needs.

If you need to design, install, inspect, or repair an emergency electrical system at your Nashville business or facility, call Wilee Electric Inc. today. Our highly knowledgeable staff would be happy to take your call and to answer any questions that you may have about the project. We can schedule your appointment today.

Nashville Emergency Systems Designed by Experts

Depending on the type of property that you own, its layout, and its size, the emergency systems that you will need in place will differ. Knowing the best way to secure your interests and to promote safety on your property is extremely difficult without expert help. At Wilee Electric Inc., our Nashville electricians have the knowledge and experience necessary to guide your through the entire emergency system design phase.

For 16 years, our electricians served as an Electrical Codes Inspector for the Nashville and middle Tennessee area. We have ensured that the emergency systems in Nashville at some of the most extensive and iconic buildings in the area have been adequately designed and maintained, including at the Nashville Civic Center and the Country Music Hall of Fame. When you hire use for your emergency system design and installation, you can rest assured knowing that you chose the best professionals for the task.

Emergency Power Systems for Healthcare and Industrial Facilities

Some critical systems in healthcare and industrial facilities cannot ever go without power. At Wilee Electric Inc., our Nashville electricians are here to ensure that you have the best backup power sources and redundancies in place to guarantee full and safe operation of all your emergency electrical systems. Here are just a few of the systems that we can design, install, and power for you:

  • Egress Lighting
  • Smoke Evacuation
  • Fire Alarms
  • Elevators
  • Heating
  • Ventilation
  • Communication
  • Hospital Equipment
  • Life safety systems
  • Uninterruptible Power Supplies

If you need to hire a commercial electrician who specializes in the design and maintenance of emergency systems in Nashville, please call 615-965-2984 or complete our online request form.


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