A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:
A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:
Your businesses' electrical system will trip when it has too much electricity running through it. These problems are very common in commercial properties and usually stem from one of three culprits: circuit overloads, short circuits, and ground fault surges. Obviously, when your circuits are tripped regularly, your business operations suffer. To help solve your circuit breaker problems, our commercial electricians will come to your location for in-depth troubleshooting. Once we discover the root cause, we'll get to work on repairing your circuit breaker, so you can continue working and serving your customers.
Like tripped circuit breakers, dimming or flickering lights are among the most common commercial electrical problems in South Carolina. These issues typically stem from poor electrical connections. These poor connections will usually cause sparks, which can start fires and wreak havoc on your commercial building. While dimming lights might seem minor, if you leave this problem to fester, you could be looking at permanent damage to your businesses' electrical systems. Given the danger involved in fixing this problem, it's important that you work with a licensed business electrician like Engineered Electrical Solutions as soon as you're able to.
Dead power outlets aren't always dangerous, unlike other recurring commercial electrical issues. They are, however, disruptive to your company's productivity. Dead outlets are common in older commercial buildings and are often caused by circuit overloads. Connecting multiple high-wattage devices and appliances to the same power socket can cause overheating. When the power outlet overheats, it can lead to tripped circuit breakers. In some cases, the live wire catches fire and burns until it is disconnected. For a reliable solution using high-quality switches, sockets, and circuit breakers, it's best to hire a professional business electrician to get the job done right.
Finding a real-deal, qualified commercial electrician in South Carolina is harder than you might think. Whether it's due to availability or budget, you might be tempted to hire a residential electrician for your commercial electrical problem. While it's true that great residential electricians can help solve commercial issues in theory, it's always best to hire a business electrician with professional experience.
Unlike their residential colleagues, commercial electricians are licensed to deal with different materials and procedures suited specifically for businesses. Commercial wiring is much more complex than residential, and is strategically installed with maintenance, repair, and changes in mind. Additionally, commercial properties usually use a three-phase power supply, necessitating more schooling, skills, and technical ability to service.
The bottom line? If you're a business owner with commercial electricity problems, it's best to work with a licensed commercial electrician, like you will find at Engineered Electrical Solutions.
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As professionals dedicated to perfection, we strive to provide a unique painting experience for every customer - one that focuses on their needs and desires instead of our own. Whether you need residential painting for your home or commercial painting for your business, we encourage you to reach out today to speak with our customer service team. Whether you have big ideas about a new paint project or need our expertise and guidance, we look forward to hearing from you soon.
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DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD) – Lace up your skates! Credit One Stadium is bringing an outdoor ice-skating rink to Daniel Island for the holiday season.“Skate the Stadium” will bring a new custom-built ice-skating rink to the entertainment venue featuring cozy fire pits, seasonal concessions, and special holiday events like holiday carolers, visits with Santa, and a Christmas tree lighting.“Our goal is to create thoughtful, unique experiences that bring joy to the communities we serve. By building an outdoo...
DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD) – Lace up your skates! Credit One Stadium is bringing an outdoor ice-skating rink to Daniel Island for the holiday season.
“Skate the Stadium” will bring a new custom-built ice-skating rink to the entertainment venue featuring cozy fire pits, seasonal concessions, and special holiday events like holiday carolers, visits with Santa, and a Christmas tree lighting.
“Our goal is to create thoughtful, unique experiences that bring joy to the communities we serve. By building an outdoor skating rink for the holidays we hope to create another way for people to engage in a new holiday tradition that encourages movement and social connection,” said Bob Moran, President of Charleston Tennis.
Tickets will cost $10 per person including the skate rental and a one-hour skating session. Organizers say non-skaters may enter for free. Special assistive devices will be available for those who need them.
Those tickets can be purchased at creditonestadium.com/skate-the-stadium
“Children 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Credit One Stadium is a drop-off site for the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation,” said organizers. “Bring a toy, get $2 off a skating session.”
Guests can enjoy cookie samplers, smores kits, cinnamon sugar pretzels and other classic concessions will be available for purchase. Hot chocolate, cider, and a full bar with seasonal beer and cocktails will also be on hand.
‘Skate the Stadium’ will open Friday, December 2nd. Dates to skate include:
Thursdays and Fridays from 5-10 p.m.
Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. & Sundays 12 – 5 p.m.
The rink will be closed on Friday, Dec. 30 and Christmas Day.
Daniel Island Tree Lighting Ceremony | Friday, December 2, Festivities begin at 5 p.m. with the tree lighting at 6 p.m.
Enjoy musical performances from Charleston Concert Band, carolers singing and activities for the children then watch the holiday magic of a 22-foot tree lighting.
Holiday Carolers Thursdays | December 8, 25 & 22, 5:30-6 p.m.
Catch the holiday spirit with vocal performances from local High School choral groups.
Ladies Night/Bubbles on Ice | Thursday, December 8, 7-10 p.m.
Nibble on hors d’oeuvres and sip on bubbles from Moet. Browse some curated holiday selection from local vendors. This is a ticketed event, $35 per person and includes food plus cash bar.
90’s Glow Night | Saturday, December 10, 7-10 p.m.
Skate to your favorite songs of the 90’s and sport your best glow gear.
Jazz Night & Bourbon Tasting | Thursday, December 15, 7-10 p.m.
Sample all-you-can-eat oysters on the half shell and a bourbon tasting with entertainment by Grammy Award winning Charlton Singleton & The Contemporary Flow Band.
Visit with Santa | Sunday, December 18, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Stop by for a visit with Santa the last weekend before Christmas.
CHARLESTON, S.C. – The University of Memphis men's golf team tied for fourth place in the 17-team field at the Daniel Island Intercollegiate on Tuesday with a score of 892 (+28). Mississippi State won the event with a total of 879 (+15)."Once again we were in position to have a great event and couldn't finish it off," head coach Blake Smart said. "There are definit...
CHARLESTON, S.C. – The University of Memphis men's golf team tied for fourth place in the 17-team field at the Daniel Island Intercollegiate on Tuesday with a score of 892 (+28). Mississippi State won the event with a total of 879 (+15).
"Once again we were in position to have a great event and couldn't finish it off," head coach Blake Smart said. "There are definitely positives to take from the semester, but we also have some glaring issues that need to be addressed in the offseason and that will process will start immediately."
KEY MOMENTS • Junior Esteban Vazquez led the way for the Tigers at the tournament, tying for sixth place with a total of 220 (+4). Vazquez was consistent for the whole event, carding rounds of 74-73-73. • Senior James Morgan posted a season-best finish for Memphis, tying for 12th place with a score of 222 (+6). After an opening round 80, Morgan bounced back to post back-to-back rounds of 71. • Sophomore Adam Coull tied for 27th place with a total of 225 (+9), while junior Jack Tanner finished in a tie for 45th with a score of 230 (+14). • Junior Ryan van der Klis tied for 51st place with a total of 231 (+15), while freshman Cian O'Connor tied for finished in a tie for 83rd with a score of 240 (+24) playing as an individual.
TIGER SCORECARD T-6. Esteban Vazquez 220 (+4) T-12. James Morgan 222 (+6) T-27. Adam Coull 225 (+9) T-45. Jack Tanner 230 (+14) T-51. Ryan van der Klis 231 (+15) T-83. Cian O'Connor 240 (+24)* * Played as an individual
TEAM STANDINGS 1. Mississippi State 879 (+15) 2. Florida Gulf Coast 882 (+18) 3. Campbell 891 (+27) T-4. Memphis 892 (+28) T-4. South Carolina 892 (+28)
NOTABLES • Vazquez's T-6 finish was a season-best and marked his second top-10 of the year. • Morgan's T-12 gave him his first top-20 of the season. • Memphis earned the team's second top-five finish of the year. The Tigers took fourth place at the season-opening Bearcat Invitational.
UP NEXT • The University of Memphis men's golf team will be back on the course on Feb. 6-7, 2023 when the Tigers head to Johns Island, S.C. to compete in the Battle at Briar's Creek.
DHEC reminds residents of resources available to help stop smokingThe South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is celebrating the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout (GASO) on Nov. 17 by amplifying education and awareness about free tobacco quit support from the SC Toba...
DHEC reminds residents of resources available to help stop smoking
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is celebrating the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout (GASO) on Nov. 17 by amplifying education and awareness about free tobacco quit support from the SC Tobacco Quitline, opportunities for lung cancer screening, and how smoking contributes to diabetes.
“The Great American Smokeout shares the month of November with American Diabetes Month and Lung Cancer Awareness Month. These three things go hand in hand because smoking can cause type 2 diabetes and lung cancer,” said Virginie Daguise, Ph.D., director of DHEC’s Bureau of Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention. “Stopping smoking is one of the greatest health decisions a person can make, and we want to make sure all South Carolinians know there are resources available to help them with this difficult but achievable lifestyle change.”
During the national GASO recognition, DHEC is working to educate people about the important connection between smoking and both diabetes and lung cancer:
• Nicotine, which is found in all tobacco and most vape products, can cause type 2 diabetes and worsens the risk of heart disease and neuropathy among diabetic smokers. Diabetics who smoke also are more likely to have difficulty controlling blood sugar and are at greater risk of kidney failure, stroke, and leg or foot infections.
• Smoking causes 32% of all cancer deaths in South Carolina, and 87%-90% of lung cancer deaths are associated with cigarette smoking. Quitting smoking at any age can lower the risk of lung cancer.
Help is available to quit smoking Quitting smoking greatly reduces both your risk of developing lung cancer and of developing type 2 diabetes. Free quit support is available 24/7 to all South Carolinians (también disponible en español) from expert coaches at the SC Tobacco Quitline (1-800-QUIT-NOW y 1-855-DÉJELO-YA). No insurance coverage is necessary. In addition to the free support from the SC Tobacco Quitline, South Carolina Healthy Connections Medicaid members have an expanded cessation benefit that covers all seven FDA-approved cessation therapies with no copay or prior authorization required.
Anyone ready to quit any type of tobacco product – including smoking, e-cigarettes/vaping or smokeless products – is encouraged to call the SC Tobacco Quitline or visit www.quitnowsc.org for more information. All SC Tobacco Quitline support options are available either online or over the phone.
Lung cancer screening saves lives Lung cancer screening finds 80 percent of lung cancer at an early stage when it is more curable. Low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) lung cancer screening is covered by most private health insurance plans. Members of South Carolina Healthy Connections Medicaid also are covered for annual LDCT lung cancer screening. Check health insurance coverage details here.
LDCT lung cancer screening is for people who meet all of the following criteria: • Are 50 to 80 years old • Have a 20 pack/year or more smoking history • Currently smoke or quit smoking within the past 15 years
“Most public and private health insurance plans cover diabetes management, LDCT lung cancer screening, and tobacco cessation, giving South Carolinians a better chance for a better life," Daguise said.
Information and resources for preventing and managing diabetes can be found at inittogethersc.org. Learn more about LDCT lung cancer screening coverage by contacting your insurance provider or South Carolina Healthy Connections Medicaid at scdhhs.gov or (888) 549-0820.
CHARLESTON, S.C. - FCGU remains in first place at the Daniel Island Intercollegiate through 36 holes of competition."The weather was significantly better today," head coach Andrew Danna said. "We still have a long way to go. It's important to try and stay as efficient as possible."The Eagles expanded its tournament lead out to three strokes over No. 23 an...
CHARLESTON, S.C. - FCGU remains in first place at the Daniel Island Intercollegiate through 36 holes of competition.
"The weather was significantly better today," head coach Andrew Danna said. "We still have a long way to go. It's important to try and stay as efficient as possible."
The Eagles expanded its tournament lead out to three strokes over No. 23 and second-place Mississippi State on Monday, shooting a 292 in round two. On Sunday, FGCU opened the event with a 295 team round.
FGCU also leads No. 61 South Carolina by seven shots and tournament host Charleston Southern by 31.
The third and final round of play is scheduled to begin on Tuesday as the Green and Blue looks to capture its first team title of the 2022-23 season.
Sam Baker (Cloquet, Minn.) now leads all Eagles after some moving-day shuffle during round two action, currently placing tied for second on the player leaderboard at 2-over-par. Baker is in a three-way tie for second and just six strokes back of the individual leader. Gene Zeigler from South Carolina leads the field at 4-under.
Austin Cherichella (Orlando, Fla.) made a charge up the leaderboard as well, surging all the way from T34th to T5th. Cherichella is the only Eagle to card an under-par round thus far in Charleston. On Monday, he fired a two-under 70 and sits 3-over heading into Tuesday's final round.
Entering the day, Pierre Viallaneix (Apopka, Fla.) led the tournament but has now fallen to 38th.
*Individual T58 Thomas Salanito 80-75 | +11
TEAM LEADERBOARD 1 #77 FGCU +11 | 295-292 | 587 2 #23 Mississippi State +14 | 296-294 | 590 3 #61 South Carolina +18 | 304-290 | 594 4 #79 Memphis +24 | 307-293 | 600 5 #86 MTSU +25 | 304-297 | 601 T6 #152 Louisiana Tech +26 | 305-297 | 602 T6 #162 Campbell +26 | 305-297 | 602 8 #172 Loyola Maryland +27 | 309-294 | 603 T9 #123 Jacksonville +31 | 310-297 | 607 T9 #100 UAB +31 | 308-299 | 607 11 #48 Mercer +32 | 313-295 | 608 12 #159 Seton Hall +37 | 303-310 | 613 13 #237 Houston Chritian University +39 | 313-302 | 615 T14 #128 Charleston Southern +42 | 310-308 | 618 T14 #108 College of Charleston +42 | 315-303 | 618 T16 #131 Wofford +45 | 320-301 | 621 T16 #187 Francis Marion +45 | 322-299 | 621 18 #236 USC Upstate +63 | 326-313 | 639
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HEAD COACH ANDREW DANNA Danna is in his fourth year at the helm of the men's golf program with the Eagles earning FGCU's first-ever NCAA Tournament at-large berth in department history during the 2022 season. He has led the Eagles to second-place finishes at the 2021 and 2022 ASUN Championships and was named the program's first-ever ASUN Coach of the Year (2021) and repeated in 2022. One of the best turnarounds in NCAA history saw the Green and Blue, led by Van Holmgren who became the first player to earn PING All-Region honors, jump from No. 257 in the final 2019-20 GolfStat.com rankings to a then program-best 65 to close out 2020-21. The Eagles set a new program-best during the 2022 season at No. 47 in the GolfStat.com rankings. Holmgren won the ASUN Championship individual title to qualify for the NCAA Regionals. Before taking over in Fort Myers, he served the 2018-19 season as the assistant at LSU. Prior to that he was the ultra-successful head coach for six years at Lynn University where he led them to the 2018 NCAA Division II national championship and was, subsequently, chosen the David Williams National Coach of the Year. He also led the Fighting Knights to three national runner-up placements, with a third and eighth place finish in his other two seasons.
#FEEDFGCU FGCU Athletics sponsors events in November and April to benefit the FGCU Campus Food Pantry (www.fgcu.edu/foodpantry) and the Harry Chapin Food Bank (www.harrychapinfoodbank.org), FGCU Athletics' charities of choice. For more information, including how to make a contribution, please visit www.fgcu.edu/foodpantry and utilize the hashtag #FeedFGCU to help raise awareness.
ABOUT FGCU FGCU teams have combined to win an incredible 92 conference regular season and tournament titles in just 15 seasons at the Division I level. Additionally, in just 11 seasons of D-I postseason eligibility, the Eagles have had a combined 45 teams or individuals compete in NCAA championships. In 2022, the men's golf team became the first program to earn at at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament. Eight FGCU programs have earned a top-25 national ranking in their respective sport - including women's basketball (No. 20, 2021-22), beach volleyball (No. 20, 2022) and both men's soccer (2018, 2019) and women's soccer (2018) as four of the most recent. In 2016-17, the Green and Blue posted a department-best sixth-place finish in the DI-AAA Learfield Directors' Cup and top-100 showing nationally, ahead of several Power-5 and FBS institutions. In 2018-19, the Eagles had an ASUN and state of Florida best seven teams earn the NCAA's Public Recognition Award for their Academic Progress Rate in their sport. FGCU also collectively earned a record 3.50 GPA in the classroom in the fall 2020 semester and has outperformed the general University undergraduate population for 26 consecutive semesters. The past five semesters (Fall 2019 – Spring 2022) saw another milestone reached as all 15 programs achieved a 3.0-or-higher cumulative team GPA. The Eagles also served an all-time high 7,200 volunteer hours in 2017 - being recognized as one of two runners-up for the inaugural NACDA Community Service Award presented by the Fiesta Bowl.
DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. – Jacksonville University men's golf has two players in the top-10 with one round to play at the Daniel Island Intercollegiate, with Joseph Sullivan sitting T5 and Filip Raza T9 on the leaderboard.The Dolphins wrapped day two T9 after shaving 13 strokes off of its team sco...
DANIEL ISLAND, S.C. – Jacksonville University men's golf has two players in the top-10 with one round to play at the Daniel Island Intercollegiate, with Joseph Sullivan sitting T5 and Filip Raza T9 on the leaderboard.
The Dolphins wrapped day two T9 after shaving 13 strokes off of its team score from the first round.
After a steady first round in which he made par on all but three holes on Sunday, Sullivan was more up-and-down on Monday at the Daniel Island Club course. He started the day with bogeys on two of his first three holes, before roaring back with three consecutive birdies, closing his front nine with four total.
From there, he gave back three strokes in his first four holes of the back nine, before evening out with a birdie and four pars to end his round at even par on the day. He is one stroke back of second place heading into the final round.
Raza sits one stroke back of his teammate Sullivan, making two birdies and 12 pars on day one and following that up with three birdies and 11 pars in his second round. He is shooting 1-under on Par-3s to lead the tournament field, and is also 1-over on Par-4s, tied for fifth in the field with Sullivan.
Alexandre Vandermoten sits just inside the top-50 of the deep field after compiling 11 pars on Sunday and closing strong on Monday. He had six pars in his first nine holes, and sank three birdies on the back nine, to go with four additional pars.
Brandon Valvano bounced back on Monday, shooting seven strokes better in his second round. He made three pars and closed the front nine with back-to-back birdies, before making six more pars in his last nine holes of the day.
Jack Neill closed out the second round with 10 pars.
JU is scoring the best in the field on Par-3s in the tournament, tied with two other teams at 3-over. The team's 56 pars are also third-most overall.
Round three start just after 8 a.m. on Tuesday morning.