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We are a Full-Service Electrical Contractor in Kingman, AZ

We understand that electrical issues can be a source of stress and inconvenience, which is why we are committed to providing fast and efficient solutions to our clients. Whether you need a simple repair or a complete rewiring of your property, we have the skills and expertise to get the job done right the first time.

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We cover all services your commercial brand may need.

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From simple troubleshooting to full electrical installations, we cover all areas of commercial service needs.

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We service electrical panels, GFCI outlests, 240-V Outlets, and more.

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Commercial Services

TROUBLESHOOTING

If you have any electrical problems in your property, it’s important to get them fixed as soon as possible. Electrical problems can be a serious safety hazard, and they can also cause damage to your property.

How to avoid grave injuries and damage to your property in the future?

The best way to avoid grave injuries and damage to your property in the future is to hire a professional electrician to troubleshoot and fix any electrical problems you have. Electricians are trained and experienced in diagnosing and fixing electrical problems, and they will be able to do the job quickly and safely.

What troubleshooting means

Troubleshooting is the process of identifying and fixing the source of a problem. In the context of electrical problems, troubleshooting involves identifying the faulty circuit and determining the cause of the problem.

The factors indicating the need for electrical troubleshooting

There are a few factors that indicate the need for electrical troubleshooting, including:

  • Electrical problems that cause outages or power surges
  • Electrical problems that cause damage to your property
  • Electrical problems that cause safety hazards

Where to find a professional electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system

You can find a professional electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system by asking around for recommendations, searching online, or contacting your local home improvement store.

What to expect when hiring an electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system

When you hire an electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system, you can expect them to:

  • Inspect your electrical system to identify the problem
  • Determine the cause of the problem
  • Fix the problem
  • Provide you with a quote for the work

How to choose the right electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system

When choosing an electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system, it’s important to consider their experience, qualifications, and reputation. You should also make sure that they are licensed and insured.

How to prepare for an electrician’s visit

When an electrician visits your property to troubleshoot your electrical system, you should:

  • Clear any clutter from the area where they will be working
  • Make sure that there is access to any electrical panels or wires that need to be inspected
  • Provide the electrician with any relevant information about the problem, such as when it started and what you have already tried to do to fix it

What to do after an electrician has fixed your electrical problem

After an electrician has fixed your electrical problem, you should:

  • Thank them for their work
  • Ask them to provide you with a receipt
  • Make sure that you understand the work that they have done and that you are satisfied with the results
Lighting automation, lighting timers

Automatic Timers and Occupancy Sensors Save Your Business Money

Occupancy sensors and timers can help you save money on your energy bills. They can also extend the life of your equipment.

Here are a few examples of how you can use occupancy sensors and timers in your business:

  • Backup generators: You can use a contact thermostat to turn off the heater on your backup generator after business hours. This will save energy and extend the life of the generator.
  • Water heating systems: You can use a timer to turn off the water heater after business hours and turn it back on before business resumes the next day. This will save energy and extend the life of the water heater.
  • Fountains and water features: You can use a timer to turn off fountains and water features after business hours. This will save water and extend the life of the pumps.
  • Ventilation fans: You can use a thermostat to turn off ventilation fans after business hours. This will save energy and extend the life of the fans.

Using occupancy sensors and timers in your business can save you money and extend the life of your equipment. It is a wise investment that will pay off in the long run.

Electrical codes

In larger buildings, electrical codes require the use of occupancy sensors and timers in certain areas. For example, occupancy sensors must be used in restrooms and locker rooms. Timers must be used in areas where lights are not used frequently, such as stairwells and hallways.

Using occupancy sensors and timers in accordance with electrical codes will help you avoid fines and penalties. It will also help you keep your building safe and compliant.

GENERATORS

Generator Installation

A generator is a backup power source that can provide electricity to your home or business when the power grid is down. Generators can be powered by gasoline, propane, or natural gas.

If you live in an area that is prone to power outages, a generator is a wise investment. A generator can help you keep the lights on and the food in the refrigerator during an outage.

There are a few things to consider when installing a generator:

  • The size of the generator: The size of the generator you need will depend on the amount of power you use.
  • The location of the generator: The generator should be located in a well-ventilated area away from flammable materials.
  • The fuel source: The generator should be powered by a fuel source that you have access to.

Generator Replacement

If your generator is old or damaged, it may be time to replace it. When choosing a new generator, be sure to consider the size of your home or business, the climate you live in, and your budget.

There are a few things to look for when replacing a generator:

  • The size of the generator: The size of the generator you need will depend on the amount of power you use.
  • The fuel type: The generator should be powered by a fuel source that you have access to.
  • The noise level: Some generators are louder than others. If you live in a quiet neighborhood, you may want to choose a quiet generator.
  • The warranty: The generator should come with a warranty in case it breaks down.

Generator Repair

If your generator is not working properly, you may be able to repair it. However, if the damage is severe, it may be time to replace it.

When repairing a generator, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions. If you are not comfortable repairing the generator yourself, you can always hire a professional like us.

There are a few things to look for when repairing a generator:

  • The problem: The first step is to identify the problem. Is the generator not starting? Is it not producing enough power?
  • The solution: Once you know the problem, you can start to look for a solution. If the generator is not starting, you may need to replace the spark plugs or the battery. If the generator is not producing enough power, you may need to clean the carburetor or the air filter.
  • The cost: The cost of repairing a generator will vary depending on the problem and the solution.

ELECTRIC PANELS

Your business’ electrical panel is the heart of your electrical system. It controls the flow of electricity to your home’s appliances and devices. If your electrical panel is not working properly, it can be a serious safety hazard.

There are a few common signs that you may need to replace your electrical panel:

  • Appliances are not running on full power.
  • Breakers are constantly tripping.
  • Flickering lights.
  • An old electrical panel.
  • Overheating conductors.
  • A panel box that crackles.
  • Two-pronged outlets.

If you are experiencing any of these problems, it is important to have your electrical panel inspected by a professional electrician. They will be able to diagnose the problem and recommend the best course of action.

If your electrical panel is found to be in need of repair or replacement, CDB Electric can help. We offer a wide range of electrical panel repair and replacement services. We can also provide you with a free estimate so you can get an idea of the cost of the repairs or replacement.

Contact CDB Electric today to schedule an appointment to have your electrical panel inspected.

Residential Services

TROUBLESHOOTING

If you have any electrical problems in your property, it’s important to get them fixed as soon as possible. Electrical problems can be a serious safety hazard, and they can also cause damage to your property.

How to avoid grave injuries and damage to your property in the future?

The best way to avoid grave injuries and damage to your property in the future is to hire a professional electrician to troubleshoot and fix any electrical problems you have. Electricians are trained and experienced in diagnosing and fixing electrical problems, and they will be able to do the job quickly and safely.

What troubleshooting means

Troubleshooting is the process of identifying and fixing the source of a problem. In the context of electrical problems, troubleshooting involves identifying the faulty circuit and determining the cause of the problem.

The factors indicating the need for electrical troubleshooting

There are a few factors that indicate the need for electrical troubleshooting, including:

  • Electrical problems that cause outages or power surges
  • Electrical problems that cause damage to your property
  • Electrical problems that cause safety hazards

Where to find a professional electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system

You can find a professional electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system by asking around for recommendations, searching online, or contacting your local home improvement store.

What to expect when hiring an electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system

When you hire an electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system, you can expect them to:

  • Inspect your electrical system to identify the problem
  • Determine the cause of the problem
  • Fix the problem
  • Provide you with a quote for the work

How to choose the right electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system

When choosing an electrician to troubleshoot your electrical system, it’s important to consider their experience, qualifications, and reputation. You should also make sure that they are licensed and insured.

How to prepare for an electrician’s visit

When an electrician visits your property to troubleshoot your electrical system, you should:

  • Clear any clutter from the area where they will be working
  • Make sure that there is access to any electrical panels or wires that need to be inspected
  • Provide the electrician with any relevant information about the problem, such as when it started and what you have already tried to do to fix it

What to do after an electrician has fixed your electrical problem

After an electrician has fixed your electrical problem, you should:

  • Thank them for their work
  • Ask them to provide you with a receipt
  • Make sure that you understand the work that they have done and that you are satisfied with the results
Lighting automation, lighting timers

Automatic Timers and Occupancy Sensors Save Your Business Money

Occupancy sensors and timers can help you save money on your energy bills. They can also extend the life of your equipment.

Here are a few examples of how you can use occupancy sensors and timers in your business:

  • Backup generators: You can use a contact thermostat to turn off the heater on your backup generator after business hours. This will save energy and extend the life of the generator.
  • Water heating systems: You can use a timer to turn off the water heater after business hours and turn it back on before business resumes the next day. This will save energy and extend the life of the water heater.
  • Fountains and water features: You can use a timer to turn off fountains and water features after business hours. This will save water and extend the life of the pumps.
  • Ventilation fans: You can use a thermostat to turn off ventilation fans after business hours. This will save energy and extend the life of the fans.

Using occupancy sensors and timers in your business can save you money and extend the life of your equipment. It is a wise investment that will pay off in the long run.

Electrical codes

In larger buildings, electrical codes require the use of occupancy sensors and timers in certain areas. For example, occupancy sensors must be used in restrooms and locker rooms. Timers must be used in areas where lights are not used frequently, such as stairwells and hallways.

Using occupancy sensors and timers in accordance with electrical codes will help you avoid fines and penalties. It will also help you keep your building safe and compliant.

GENERATORS

Generator Installation

A generator is a backup power source that can provide electricity to your home or business when the power grid is down. Generators can be powered by gasoline, propane, or natural gas.

If you live in an area that is prone to power outages, a generator is a wise investment. A generator can help you keep the lights on and the food in the refrigerator during an outage.

There are a few things to consider when installing a generator:

  • The size of the generator: The size of the generator you need will depend on the amount of power you use.
  • The location of the generator: The generator should be located in a well-ventilated area away from flammable materials.
  • The fuel source: The generator should be powered by a fuel source that you have access to.

Generator Replacement

If your generator is old or damaged, it may be time to replace it. When choosing a new generator, be sure to consider the size of your home or business, the climate you live in, and your budget.

There are a few things to look for when replacing a generator:

  • The size of the generator: The size of the generator you need will depend on the amount of power you use.
  • The fuel type: The generator should be powered by a fuel source that you have access to.
  • The noise level: Some generators are louder than others. If you live in a quiet neighborhood, you may want to choose a quiet generator.
  • The warranty: The generator should come with a warranty in case it breaks down.

Generator Repair

If your generator is not working properly, you may be able to repair it. However, if the damage is severe, it may be time to replace it.

When repairing a generator, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions. If you are not comfortable repairing the generator yourself, you can always hire a professional like us.

There are a few things to look for when repairing a generator:

  • The problem: The first step is to identify the problem. Is the generator not starting? Is it not producing enough power?
  • The solution: Once you know the problem, you can start to look for a solution. If the generator is not starting, you may need to replace the spark plugs or the battery. If the generator is not producing enough power, you may need to clean the carburetor or the air filter.
  • The cost: The cost of repairing a generator will vary depending on the problem and the solution.

ELECTRIC PANELS

Your business’ electrical panel is the heart of your electrical system. It controls the flow of electricity to your home’s appliances and devices. If your electrical panel is not working properly, it can be a serious safety hazard.

There are a few common signs that you may need to replace your electrical panel:

  • Appliances are not running on full power.
  • Breakers are constantly tripping.
  • Flickering lights.
  • An old electrical panel.
  • Overheating conductors.
  • A panel box that crackles.
  • Two-pronged outlets.

If you are experiencing any of these problems, it is important to have your electrical panel inspected by a professional electrician. They will be able to diagnose the problem and recommend the best course of action.

If your electrical panel is found to be in need of repair or replacement, CDB Electric can help. We offer a wide range of electrical panel repair and replacement services. We can also provide you with a free estimate so you can get an idea of the cost of the repairs or replacement.

Contact CDB Electric today to schedule an appointment to have your electrical panel inspected.

Other Services

Troubleshooting
Electro-mechanical automation systems
Relays, timers, sensors, phase monitors
Logic controllers
Lighting automation, lighting timers
Generators
Interlock Switches
Motor controllers (MCCs)
Pump control
Fire-pumps, jockey-pumps
Lighting upgrades and retrofits
Parking lot lighting
Entertainment lighting
LED fixtures, ballast replacements
Additional receptacles or switches
Outdoor Sign Repair
Signage power, exit signs
Renewable energy (P.V. & wind)
Electric vehicle chargers
Tenant improvements (TI’s)
Restaurants
Warehouse
Office buildings
Greenhouses
Municipal buildings
Retail stores
Low-voltage systems
Fire alarm systems
Fiber-optic, category cable, Cat 6 cable
Access control, security cameras, CCTV

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