Regular service of electrical installations can prevent both outages and other unpleasant surprises.
Bravida checks distribution boards, load distribution, electrical points and wiring, and reviews a property’s electrical standards. Faulty electrical installations are often hidden and the risks aren’t always obvious. Old or faulty electrical installations don’t just pose a major fire risk, but can also lead to significant costs in the form of high electricity consumption or outages. A service agreement with Bravida helps you find any faults or issues and resolve them. Service doesn’t just involve looking after your existing solution; it can also involve improvements and additions to upgrade your electrical system.
We review energy consumption and suggest possible savings. The savings can be considerable once we calibrate, fine-tune and get everything working properly.
We upgrade, check and service all types of electrical installations. This might involve inspecting telecom, data and fibre installations at your facility or proposing how to improve your security system. Or it might involve repairing or upgrading industrial installations, high-voltage systems or electrical substations.
Bravida carries out service and maintenance of electrical solutions in all sorts of properties and facilities. Whether it’s a large industrial facility, a major hospital, a small apartment building or a preschool, we have electricians for all kinds of assignments.
Our electricians can help you, whether you need to solve an urgent problem or require advice on a more long-term option, such as optimising energy efficiency at your property. Service agreements enable us to build a relationship with customers over a period of years and create a sustainable long-term future for your electrical installations. Contact one of our electrical branches to find out more about what we can help you with.
*Measuring services accredited by Swedac for electrical measuring systems checks.
How can we help you? Call your local Bravida office to find out. No assignment is too small or too large.