The Power of Customer Satisfaction

Month: August 2014

3 Key Considerations for Your Commercial Remodel

Posted on Aug 26, 2014


1. Clientele: It is vital that property owners consider the type of tenants they intend to attract, and/or keep, before making any changes to the building. Different industries and company cultures require different spaces, and the aesthetics of the building in which they inhabit are an inevitably an extension of who they are as a company.


2. Precise Scheduling and Planning: Having clear deadlines and timelines for each stage of the remodel is important when accommodating current, or prospective, occupants, to ensure that the remodeling process does not have a negative impact on their company’s livelihood.


3. Quality over Price: Be sure not to allow budgetary concerns persuade you to get involved with unqualified contractors. The cost of reworking or costs associated with a hazard are much more expensive than getting the job done right the first time.


Are you looking for a high quality commercial electrical contractor for your remodel? Trademark Electric has spent years developing the experience that suits its reputation as Kansas City’s Premier Electrical Contractor.


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Why Not to Choose the Billboard-Advertised Electrician

Posted on Aug 13, 2014

2Have you ever seen a billboard for an electrician and thought they must be the ones to call for my next job? Marketing is highly effective in attracting new business. However, electrical companies that use big billboards and other large-scale advertisements typically spend lots of money and time on marketing themselves, rather than investing that time in producing quality work that speaks on its own. This results in lower quality work for higher costs, to fund those big billboards. For your next commercial electrical project, choose a company through referral with lower-grade marketing tactics for a more quality work-centric approach.


Are you looking for an electrician for your commercial project? Trademark Electric offers United States government-contracted electricians who focus their efforts on providing clients with quality work for long lasting electrical functionality.

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3 Ways to Prevent Pipe Freezing

Posted on Aug 13, 2014


  1. Insulation: The best way to protect your pipes from freezing come wintertime is to keep them properly insulated. Insulation keeps the cold air from infiltrating pipes, so the water inside stays liquefied.
  2. No Power? Drip Water: If your property looses power, always let your sinks run a bit. A slow drip keeps water flowing through piping, preventing ice buildup, which can increase in-pipe pressure and cracking risk.
  3. Heat Tracing Cables: Heat tracing cables maintain a minimum temperature within a building’s pipes, to prevent against freezing and cracking. If your building is at risk for frozen pipes, consider installing heat tracing cables.

Would you like to install heat tracing cables in your next commercial construction project? Trademark Electric offers quality heat tracing cable installation services, to prevent your property’s pipes from freezing.


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