A residential electrician specialises in the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems in residential buildings, such as homes or apartment complexes. Whereas in a commercial building, where the wiring is often exposed, or partially hidden, wiring in a residential building is designed to be hidden from view. This keeps the environment more aesthetically pleasing for a building’s occupants.
This can create difficulties for electricians when maintaining or repairing a building’s electrical system. Your residential electrician must have the right knowledge and experience to know where to look if something goes wrong. The team at JTIS Electrical are expert residential electricians and can help you with anything you need for your home’s electrical system.
Commercial electricians specialise in the installation, repair, and maintenance of electrical systems in commercial buildings, which can include office complexes, retail outlets, restaurants, etc. Compared with residential buildings, commercial buildings tend to have more complex wiring systems, phases of power, and different conduits. This is why commercial electricians require specialist skills and knowledge beyond that of a residential electrician.
With increased usage requirements, commercial electrical systems require regular maintenance to keep them running at an optimum level. Commercial electricians, like the team at JTIS, specialise in commercial electrical work and have the skills and knowledge to properly install, maintain, and repair all types of commercial electrical systems.
Industrial electricians are involved in the installation, repair, and maintenance of heavy machinery and electrical equipment used in factories, mines, powerplants, etc. Industrial electricians in Australia are usually employed by large organisations, such as mining companies, steel producers, car manufacturers, and large electrical firms.
Industrial electricians may be involved in working with a variety of large hydraulic or pneumatic machinery. Some industrial electricians could also be involved in other fields, including robotics, computer networking, etc. With the complexity of industrial electrical systems, people involved in this type of work require advanced skills and specialist knowledge.