Large vacant building spaces can very easily and unnecessarily consume hundreds, even thousands of dollars of electricity in a short period of time. Real estate agents, maintenance personnel, and others access these vacant spaces at random times. Just by forgetting to turn a light switch off, hundreds of warehouse lights can be left on until the next person accesses the space or until the electrical bill arrives. These unexpected bills are the last thing a property owner or property manager wants to see when their property is not generating income. Read more
Ventilation hoods are critical to your restaurant.
Here are some helpful tips you can try the next time your ventilation hood is not working:
- Is the power switch for the hoods on? The switch is usually located on the front of side of the hood system, right next to the switch for the lights over the hood. Read more
As the holidays approach, many of us will be using lights and other electrical devices to decorate our homes. As we do this, we need to be mindful of the dangers that are always present when electricity is being used.
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), each year hospital emergency rooms treat about 12,000 people for injuries related to holiday lights, decorations, and Christmas trees. In addition, dried out Christmas trees are involved in hundreds of fires annually. Read more
Hello. My name is Kenny Jackson and I’m a project manger at Belco Electric. I’ve worked here since 1995 and currently specialize in the commercial electrical area.
A well lighted building and parking area creates an inviting and secure atmosphere for both customers and employees, as well as renewing the look of your property. Read more
My name is Tim Jackson and I’m the Director of Service Operations for Belco Electric. I’ve been working at Belco Electric for over 10 years now. Today I want to talk to you about some considerations when deciding to install an emergency generator at your home. Read more
My name is Joey Heard and I am the Vice President of Belco Electric. I am a second generation Electrician and Electrical Contractor. Electrician first (even while still in high school all those years ago) and Electrical Contractor here in Atlanta at Belco Electric for the past 18 years. I want to talk to you today about how you can cut energy costs and save money on your electric bill, at the same time reducing the tax liability for your company. Read more
Welcome to the Blog for Belco Electric and to our first Blog post. This blog is part of a brand new website that we have just published and which you can visit by clicking here: Belco.
Belco has been providing electricians and 24-hour electrical service to residential and commercial customers in the Atlanta Metro Area since 1972. My name is Gordon Watts and I’m the President/CEO. I’ve been working at Belco since 1983. You will be hearing from other employees of the company in future postings. Read more
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3118 Marjan Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30340-3902