Issues surrounding security of premises are paramount for most business owners, whatever the nature of your business may be. Whether you have a retail business or your premises are used for manufacturing or warehousing purposes, here at Stator Electrical we know that keeping your staff, customers, premises and stock secure is incredibly important and we have helped businesses across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire to install security systems that meet their needs and budgets.
It is an unfortunate fact that one thing we’re not seeing shortages of recently is crime. Whilst crime against domestic premises has seen a downward trend as a result of the move towards homeworking, commercial and industrial premises remain a target for thieves and other criminal activity. Here at Stator Electrical we are taking a closer look into security systems and how we can help businesses across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire take the best steps to protect their employees and their premises.
Shorter daytime and darker nights are just one reason to address your organisation’s emergency lighting. In the event of your mains power and standard lighting being compromised, can you be sure that occupants will have adequate lighting to enable them to safely evacuate your premises?
One of Stator Electrical’s key areas of expansion is the care home sector, with clients spanning nursing homes, rest homes and care homes for vulnerable young people and adults throughout Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. These organisations demand reactive and reliable electrical services, especially those with security and life-critical power systems.
With regeneration plans underway to develop the town of Arnold, upgrading electricals is usually high on the list of upgrades that can really make a huge difference.
The demand for an Electrician in Arnold is certainly on the rise.
Following lower usage throughout the COVID lockdowns and undertaking widespread augmentations in view of a busier September term, Midlands universities are striving to achieve the highest levels of electrical compliance.
Stator Electrical is working with more and more university, college and school Facilities Managers, providing them with the skilled electrical work required to ensure every campus, study area and halls of residence is safe, functional and that all electrical installations fully comply with current legislation.
Home-working isn’t new, but it’s something that 2020 and 2021 have encouraged a lot of business owners and management to seriously consider. Having demonstrated savings in travel, office space, and efficiency, we’ve opened our minds to the possibilities of converting our unused outbuildings, or outside spaces that are crying out for an out-building kit. But how do you ensure your new outside space provides all of the conveniences, gadgets, connectivity, and safety you’d expect from inside your main building?
We’ve previously detailed how, due to lockdowns and COVID-19 restrictions, Midlands-based businesses have never been more in need of heightened security. With lower staff numbers on sites, and business units left un-staffed for longer periods of times, there’s a firm argument for reviewing and enhancing security systems.
If you’re looking for a local, trustworthy and reliable commercial electrician in Nottingham, then look no further than Stator Electrical.
Stator Electrical Solutions Ltd are well established, NICEIC approved commercial electricians, and our aim is to provide quality electrical services in Nottingham and the East Midlands.
We are local to Nottingham, and can provide quality electricians across Nottingham and many of its surrounding areas. With many years in the trade working in and around Nottingham, locally we have the knowledge and reputation that few can match.
Old Distribution boards / Panelboards / Breaker panels/ Electric panels are often no longer fit for purpose in today’s commercial and industrial premises.
Things have changed a great deal since the 1960s, and there have been many advancements in the design of distribution boards. The old versions aren’t designed to cope with the number of electrical devices we use today.
Often, installations are added to as time goes on, and this can cause an overload situation and more problems in the future.