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A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

  • Parking Lot Light Installation
  • Electrical Safety Inspections
  • Electrical Grounding for Businesses
  • Generator and Motor Insulation Resistance Analysis
  • Electrical Troubleshooting for Businesses
  • Ongoing Maintenance Plans for Vital Electrical Equipment
  • Transformer Installation
  • Circuit Testing for Businesses
  • Preventative Maintenance for Electrical Equipment
  • Electrical Wiring for New Businesses
  • Electrical Service Upgrades
  • Much More

A few of our most popular commercial and industrial electrical services include but are not limited to:

Circuit Breakers

Tripped Circuit Breakers

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.

Flickering Lights

Flickering Lights

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

Dead Power Outlets

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.

Residential Electrician vs. Commercial Electrician in Jefferson:
What's the Difference?

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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Shields Painting has been in the business since 1968. In a world where so much has changed, we are proud to uphold the ideals that make us successful: hard, honest work, getting the job done right, and excellent customer service. Providing you with trustworthy, quality work will always take priority over rushing through a project to serve the next customer. That is just not the way we choose to do business.

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.

We want to be sure every one of our customers is satisfied, which is why we offer a three-year guaranteed on our labor. If you're in need of an electrician for your home or business, give our office a call and discover the Engineered Electrical Solutions difference.

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South Carolina Football: Gamecocks called “frontrunner” to land SEC starting quarterback in transfer portal

South Carolina football fans are sad to see Spencer Rattler go to the NFL this offseason, but there is a certain amount of excitement about the potential start of the “LaNorris Sellers era” in Columbia, as well. The former 4-star prospect is a big-time athlete with a ...

South Carolina football fans are sad to see Spencer Rattler go to the NFL this offseason, but there is a certain amount of excitement about the potential start of the “LaNorris Sellers era” in Columbia, as well. The former 4-star prospect is a big-time athlete with a cannon for an arm and his status as a Palmetto State native makes him even more of a fan favorite.

However, according to reports on Wednesday, next year might not be the LaNorris Sellers show in Columbia after all.

Right after reports surfaced that Arkansas starting quarterback KJ Jefferson was entering the transfer portal, 247Sports’ Brad Crawford reported that the Gamecocks are an early frontrunner to land Jefferson. He also noted that Auburn and TCU are in the Jefferson sweepstakes. Mississippi State and new coach Jeff Lebby also have been mentioned by other outlets.

Jefferson had been the starter in Fayetteville since 2021 and had tallied a career touchdown-interception ratio of 67-18 and added over 1850 yards and 21 TDs on the ground. He has amassed almost 10,000 yards of offense and 88 touchdowns in his career. The current 5th-year senior is 20-17 as a starter.

Jefferson could still elect to turn pro, but his reported move to the transfer portal (and the fact that sources are telling 247Sports that he has “favorite” destinations in mind), indicates that he plans to play a final year of college football.

The connections to the Gamecocks make sense for Jefferson. Offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains coached at Arkansas prior to this season, and Jefferson’s favorite tight end target Trey Knox followed Loggains to Carolina and has positive things to say about his experience in garnet and black.

While Jefferson is a very good player, South Carolina football fans are going to be split on him coming to Columbia if that is what he decides to do.

LaNorris Sellers is a similar player to Jefferson, just faster and with four years of eligibility remaining. Jefferson also had a knee injury in Arkansas’ final game of the year, and the severity was never addressed fully as the Razorbacks’ season was over.

For what it’s worth, shortly after the reports of Jefferson hitting the portal surfaced and Crawford’s article was published, Jefferson posted on social media that he hadn’t “made [a] decision yet.” He was not specific as to what exactly that meant, but it is worth noting.

It should also be mentioned that Spencer Rattler technically could return for another season with the South Carolina football program, but his status as a likely pick in the top half of the 2024 NFL Draft has most expecting him to head off to the professional game.

Ceej Jefferson: My candidacy for City Council District 4 represents a new Spartanburg

Guest ColumnI, Christopher "CeeJ" Jefferson am a representation of what new leadership looks like, what it talks like, what it is passionate about, and what it means to a growing city.Let’s face it, the world has changed.It has become faster and more evolved. Small towns have become becoming economic vehicles with new developments and innovative approaches to long time hindrances of equity and mobility.To some, the thought of that is refreshing and it feels like exactly where they are heading. To o...

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I, Christopher "CeeJ" Jefferson am a representation of what new leadership looks like, what it talks like, what it is passionate about, and what it means to a growing city.

Let’s face it, the world has changed.

It has become faster and more evolved. Small towns have become becoming economic vehicles with new developments and innovative approaches to long time hindrances of equity and mobility.

To some, the thought of that is refreshing and it feels like exactly where they are heading. To others it can be intimidating and feel like the world is leaving them behind as it expands into unfamiliar territory. That leaves us with the most important question we must ask ourselves. Who leads this effort of the inevitable change? and can they guide this city through the new, while holding on to the values and foundations that made this city what it is?

The clear answer is a candidate that that understands the most valuable asset a city has to offer, its people. My mother was very young when she had me, so I learned my early values from my grandmother. I learned how to communicate with respect. I learned that communication with one person is completely different to another. As a leader, when the people can have a grasp on the pertinent information then we all become privy to input and serve as a part of the execution. Proverbs 4:7 says, “with all thy getting, get understanding”. That concept is crucial to me because how can I lead a city that I have no understanding of the struggles, or the plight of the people in it?

I understand what it’s like to live in a place that you don’t feel included in. To work at a job that you don’t feel valued at. To rent a home that you can barely afford and must make weighted decisions on food or shelter. Elders talk to me and explain how the places they used to know are dying out and they don’t know how their wants and needs are valued. I too want to walk with my kids in a bustling downtown and still feel safe with designated areas. I went to college and found myself searching for an opportunity that I could thrive in without suppressing my creativity. I am a small business owner who must learn to master the ebbs and flows of ownership with limited resources or accessibility to more.

I say those things because If I am elected, my promise is that YOU will sit in this seat. A candidate can make sound decisions because good acumen will always sit across these seats. The difference is who is willing to do it with you.

On Nov. 2, we can adhere to more of the same with this city or seize the moment and vote for the new. I am Christopher "CeeJ" Jefferson and I humbly ask for your vote on Nov. 2 for City Council District 4. Thank you.

- Christopher "Ceej" Jefferson is a candidate for Spartanburg City Council District 4.

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The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation says excavation is progressing from Corridor G, US 119, toward Kanawha Turnpike, US 60. The crews are in the middle of the largest cut on the job near RHL Blvd., and that work will continue into July. Deck pours will begin on the bridge across Kanawha Turnpike in July. This photo, courtesy of the WVDOT, was taken on June 21, 2023.

South Carolina transfer portal update: AJ Swann visiting, latest on KJ Jefferson, other potential target

247Sports Embed ResourceWith College Football 25 officially launching later this year following this week's teaser trailer reveal, it's time to finally get excited about EA Sports' new rendition of the video game title all love. Updated rosters, uniforms, stadiums, ...

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With College Football 25 officially launching later this year following this week's teaser trailer reveal, it's time to finally get excited about EA Sports' new rendition of the video game title all love. Updated rosters, uniforms, stadiums, the transfer portal — this is going to have it all, and we're anxious to see which players are going to be the game's best later this summer ahead of the 2024 season.

Like all video game-based ratings systems, we're going with the widely-accepted categories with our projections — speed, agility, awareness, throw power, accuracy, tackling, etcetera. There's a number of All-American candidates returning this fall who should appear in this year's game as long as NIL contracts and the legalities are finalized.

A launch date for the title has not been revealed, but the full game trailer will be released in May, complete with screen shots and gameplay footage from the upcoming release.

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Here are 10 players we expect to be some of the highest-ranked in the new game:

Ollie Gordon, RB, Oklahoma State

Overall projection: 99

Best NCAA Football 24 attribute: Break tackle

College football's top-returning running back, there's no doubt that Ollie Gordon will be an unstoppable force in the backfield later this summer when this game releases. Whether you're giving him the football on a toss, dive or well-executed screen pass on third down, just make sure Gordon gets 20-plus touches when Oklahoma State is your team selection. He'll be the Big 12's top returning player overall and could be the only 99 on the game. Take precaution going no-huddle with a bunch of carries, though. You know how often players get injured when fatigued in NCAA Football.

Travis Hunter, ATH, Colorado

Overall projection: 97

Best NCAA Football 24 attribute: Agility

The first of a couple Colorado starters who could be given an exemplary grade from College Football 25, Travis Hunter will start on both sides of the football. Whether he's scoring touchdowns offensively or sticking the opposition's top wideout, he's going to get some serious burn on your TV. Moreover, Colorado will be an exciting team choice for multiple reasons — uniform combinations and Deion Sanders on the sidelines. We're just hoping Coach Prime's likeness is accurate given the amount of time designers have had to make this title.

Quinn Ewers, QB, Texas

Overall projection: 96

Best NCAA Football 24 attribute: Awareness

You know there's going to be thousands of Texas fans playing College Football 25 wanting to tinker with the depth chart a bit at quarterback. Quinn Ewers and Arch Manning should both be at least 90 overall and we're expecting Ewers to be one of the highest-rated gunslingers on the game. If he takes the next step in his development at Texas, he'll be a Heisman finalist in 2024for a College Football Playoff team and potential conference champion. And if he backtracks, Manning is going to play. Few players nationally have more to build off of than Ewers, who directed the Longhorns to a semifinal appearance and was terrific down the stretch, including a career-noteworthy 452-yard, four-touchdown explosion against Oklahoma State.

Harold Perkins, LB, LSU

Overall projection: 95

Best NCAA Football 24 attribute: Speed

Go ahead and user-lock on Harold Perkins off the edge. The guy is a game changer on defense and should be one of the best in the game at getting after the quarterback or tracking opposing offenses in coverage over the middle. He's undoubtedly going to be LSU's highest-rated individual following NFL Draft entries from Jayden Daniels and Malik Nabers. We hope that the Hit Stick makes its return, but targeting penalties need to stay out of the game. Getting trigger-happy with Perkins could results in a bunch of takeaways.

Shedeur Sanders, QB, Colorado

Overall projection: 95

Best NCAA Football 24 attribute: Throw power

Shedeur Sanders is preparing for his final season at Colorado after he declined a chance to leave early for the 2024 NFL Draft. He's going to be a stud in virtual form, too. In his first year with the Buffaloes, Sanders completed 69.3% of his passes, throwing for 3,230 yards, 27 touchdowns and three interceptions with a 151.7 rating. Sanders also rushed for four touchdowns. Colorado enters the Big 12 coming off Deion's 4-8 finish in Year 1, which included a 3-0 start and top-25 national ranking before the horrors of the Pac-12 schedule quickly set in.Shedeur Sanders is the team's best player and behind better offensive line play, should be in for a huge campaign.

Caleb Downs, S, Ohio State

Overall projection: 95

Best NCAA Football 24 attribute: Tackle

Georgia's Malaki Starks and Ohio State's Caleb Downs figure to be the top-ranked safeties in the game. It's hard to imagine any others coming close to those two at the back end. If you're an elite user, interceptions are somewhat easy with a safety as good as Downs or Starks. You read, anticipate and go toward the football before finishing the deal at its highest point. Then, it's onto the races. Another frequent Hit Stick option here, Downs lays the wood when he comes downhill to target opposing ballcarriers.

Emeka Egbuka, WR, Ohio State

Overall projection: 94

Best NCAA Football 24 attribute: Hands

Marvin Harrison Jr. is gone, but Ohio State's wealth of wideout weapons will be at your disposal a few months from now, including Emeka Egbuka. There's not enough footballs to go around in Chip Kelly's scheme at Ohio State with Egbuka, five-star freshman Jeremiah Smith and other demanding targets. The Ohio State offense, with Egbuka, Will Howard and Quinshon Judkins out front, should be one of the most potent in the game. Don't be shocked if the Buckeyes are College Football 25's top-ranked team.

Carson Beck, QB, Georgia

Overall projection: 94

Best NCAA Football 24 attribute: Accuracy

Carson Beck, who announced his return for another year at Georgia before the Bulldogs' 60-point Orange Bowl win over Florida State, recorded the second-most passing yards (3,941) in a single season this fall in program history and his completion rate of 72.4 was one of the nation's best. Beck started with 11-straight games eclipsing 250 yards passing, the same number that Stetson Bennett had in 15 games during the 2022 season. In the SEC Championship Game loss to Alabama — his first as a starter and first for Georgia this season — Beck completed 21 passes on 29 attempts for 243 yards with a rushing touchdown.

Jalon Daniels, QB, Kansas

Overall projection: 94

Best NCAA Football 24 attribute: Speed

Personal bias here, but Kansas is due for lots of usage in the new game. Much of that revolves around the Jayhawks' sweet uniform updates and Jalon Daniels. Pick your favorite dual-threat quarterback from any previous iteration and Daniels is equally talented from a play-making standpoint. Going 5-wide with Daniels and making things happen outside of the pocket is going to be your opponent's worst nightmare.

Dillon Gabriel, QB, Oregon

Overall projection: 94

Best NCAA Football 24 attribute: Throw power

Following two statistically-impressive years at Oklahoma, Dillon Gabriel is on the move again for the third time in his lengthy college career, this time wrapping things up with the Ducks. He might be a Bo Nix-clone in terms of extending plays and in video game form, should be borderline unstoppable. Oregon reloaded with weaponry around the quarterback position and grabbed a commitment top portal wide receiver Evan Stewart this spring, too. The Ducks will be a fun team to play with in College Football 25.

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KJ Jefferson transfer portal: 5 landing spots for Arkansas QB ft. Auburn, South Carolina, and more

KJ Jefferson is bogging out of Fayetteville, Arkansas, as the future of the Razorbacks football program looks bleak.It was supposed to be a breakthrough year for the Hogs, with Jefferson in his junior year and coming off two winning bowl seasons. What came, though, was a disappointing 4-8 season where Arkansas ended bottom of the SEC West with a 1-7 conference record.Nonetheless, the Razorbacks have decided to stick with coach Sam Pittman. To revitalize a stale offense, the school has brought Bobby Petrino as offensive coordina...

KJ Jefferson is bogging out of Fayetteville, Arkansas, as the future of the Razorbacks football program looks bleak.

It was supposed to be a breakthrough year for the Hogs, with Jefferson in his junior year and coming off two winning bowl seasons. What came, though, was a disappointing 4-8 season where Arkansas ended bottom of the SEC West with a 1-7 conference record.

Nonetheless, the Razorbacks have decided to stick with coach Sam Pittman. To revitalize a stale offense, the school has brought Bobby Petrino as offensive coordinator for the 2024 season. Petrino was the head coach of the Hogs between 2008 and 2011.

That, though, doesn't seem to be enough to keep the faith of KJ Jefferson, who's set to leave the school, according to 247Sports. Jefferson is a veteran who threw for 2107 yards, with 19 touchdown passes and eight interceptions in 2023.

He had a disappointing QBR of 51.7 and can be forgiven given the terrible protection that he was afforded by his O-line. He was sacked 42 times this season.

Where could KJ Jefferson end up in 2024?

A possible destination for Jefferson is the fellow SEC school of South Carolina. The Gamecocks had a 5-7 record while being led by transfer QB Spencer Rattler.

Rattler could play for another year, but South Carolina might decide to go in a new direction given their disappointing season. That's where Jefferson comes in. However, Rattler got better numbers than Jefferson this season.

Another SEC school. Hugh Freeze's Tigers were really good at times this season, with an overall record of 6-6.

The glaring weakness on their roster was the QB position. They brought in Payton Thorne from Michigan State, but he only threw 1671 yards. Jefferson could the the slight bump they need for a winning season.

Jeff Lebby might want to clean house as the new Bulldogs coach. He could help Jefferson improve his game, having so much background in offensive matters.

As Oklahoma's OC this year, he led one of the best offenses in the nation. Moreover, Jefferson is a Mississippi native, so this might appeal to him on a personal level.

Jefferson has a solid personal relationship with Horden Frogs OC Kendal Briles. KJ Jefferson's best times at Arkansas came while Briles was the OC.

Paired with the fact that TCU had a wobbly 5-7 record this year, they might choose to go in a new direction.

Yeah, that's right, there's a chance that Jefferson stays in Fayetteville. If he can be convinced that Bobby Petrino can bring significant changes to the Hogs offense, they could convince him to stay.

There's the possibility that this season was a fluke for Pittman, considering that he had back-to-back solid seasons in 2021 and 2022. Experts like Josh Pate have expressed their belief that Pittman could succeed at Arkansas, and why not with KJ Jefferson in the center of the huddle?

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