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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.

Professional and Efficient from
Call to Technician

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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Gamecocks targets in the latest Top247 update

247Sports Embed ResourceDot LoaderThe latest Top247 for 2024 dropped on Wednesday afternoon, and several of the top targets for the South Carolina Gamecocks football coaches are included.A few of the notables are listed below. Most have been on campus for a game this fall. And most have an offer from South Carolina.Included with the names are the latest news and notes for the Gamecocks, along with links from recent stories with TheBigSpur. The latest Top247 is ...

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The latest Top247 for 2024 dropped on Wednesday afternoon, and several of the top targets for the South Carolina Gamecocks football coaches are included.

A few of the notables are listed below. Most have been on campus for a game this fall. And most have an offer from South Carolina.

Included with the names are the latest news and notes for the Gamecocks, along with links from recent stories with TheBigSpur. The latest Top247 is right here.

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Visited South Carolina for the Texas A&M game. Has made multiple trips to Columbia for visits. Torrian Gray is working as the primary recruiter for the Gamecocks.

The latest from Bolden with TBS: LINK

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Has not visited South Carolina since the final cookout of the summer. Clayton White has been involved as the lead recruiter.

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Edwards hadn’t been to South Carolina since Will Muschamp was head coach. Edwards returned for the Texas A& game with a couple of teammates from Buford High School, including Bolden.

The latest from Edwards with TBS: LINK

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Sterling Lucas has worked as the primary recruiter for Greene, who has been to multiple games this season. He also came in for a camp in June.

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The top-rated prospect from South Carolina has visited for multiple games this season. He’s been on campus as much, if not more, than any other 2024 prospect in the country.

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Ragins visited for the Texas A&M game. He caught a ride with 2023 defensive line commitment Zavion Hardy, who is from the same area in Georgia.

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Pete Lembo is the area recruiter, but Justin Stepp has been involved, too. They saw him at the Texas A&M game for his first game day trip to Columbia this season.

DE Jordan Ross (Vastavia Hills, Ala.)

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South Carolina was first to offer Ross, who attended a camp session at the end of June. His first trip back to South Carolina was for the Missouri game.

The latest interview with TBS: LINK

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The first recruit to visit South Carolina during Shane Beamer’s tenure as head coach. He’s been on campus a lot, most recently for the Texas A&M. game.

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Fox was planning to visit for the Texas A&M game, but he ended up going to Tennessee that weekend. He hasn’t been back since the summer.

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Has not been to South Carolina since a 7-on-7 tournament during the summer.

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Was scheduled to announce a commitment earlier this season, though he did not follow through on those plans. Tennessee was expected to be the pick.

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One of South Carolina’s top defensive end targets for 2024, if not the top. He visited for the Texas A&M game with several teammates. Attended a camp in the summer.

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Does not have an offer from South Carolina.

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Pringle visited for the Georgia game. He has not been back on campus since then, but he’s been to South Carolina more than any other school.

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South Carolina hosted Gilbert earlier this season for the Georgia game.

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Bennett committed to Tennessee a few weeks ago. South Carolina will continue to recruit him.

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Carrie visited for the Texas A&M game. He teased a commitment before the visit, but did not follow through.

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South Carolina scored a visit for the Georgia game, when he joined teammates Desmond Umeozulu.

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One of the top, if not the top defensive line targets for 2024. Thomas was on campus for a camp session in the summer, but has not been back since.

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South Carolina’s quarterback commitment hasn’t visited since the summer. His games are on Saturdays. And when he wasn’t playing, his Saturday plans revolved around Yale football, where his dad is the head coach.

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Bradford’s attended two South Carolina games this season. Penn State is firmly in the mix, along with N.C. State and Louisville, among others.

How South Carolina football can slow down dual-threat Florida quarterback Anthony Richardson

COLUMBIA — South Carolina football reached bowl eligibility in Week 10 with a win over Vanderbilt, but the Gamecocks are looking to beat last year's 6-6 regular-season record with a win over Florida this week.South Carolina (6-3, 3-3 SEC) faces one of its most interesting matchups of the seaso...

COLUMBIA — South Carolina football reached bowl eligibility in Week 10 with a win over Vanderbilt, but the Gamecocks are looking to beat last year's 6-6 regular-season record with a win over Florida this week.

South Carolina (6-3, 3-3 SEC) faces one of its most interesting matchups of the season in Gainesville, Florida, against the Gators (5-4, 2-4) on Saturday (4 p.m., SEC Network). The Gamecocks offense had one of its best days of the season against the Commodores, and Florida's defense is similarly weak, but the Gators have one major advantage: quarterback Anthony Richardson.

"Where do you even start?" Beamer said about the QB. "His size stands out, his speed stands out, his arm strength stands out. Guys will literally just bounce off of him ... and if they've got anyone faster than him, that's scary, because he's so athletic and hard to bring down. There's a reason all of the draft gurus out there have him as one of the top three or four quarterbacks."

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South Carolina has struggled against mobile quarterbacks this season, most notably against Arkansas's KJ Jefferson. Jefferson recorded his second-best rushing total of the season with 67 yards and added 162 passing yards in the Gamecocks' 44-30 loss to the Razorbacks. Missouri's Brady Cook had similar success, recording his highest rushing total of the season against an SEC opponent with 53 yards, plus 224 passing yards in the Tigers' 23-10 win.

Last week, Vanderbilt's starter AJ Swann was injured right before halftime and replaced with dual-threat Mike Wright. In a single half, Wright recorded 101 passing yards and 43 rushing yards.

"It's easy for people to point out that we played ... whoever and it didn't go so well, but there's also a lot of mobile quarterbacks we've faced that we've handled well," Beamer said. "It goes back to putting together a great plan. When we talk about stopping the run, most people think that's the defensive line and the linebackers, but it's the secondary as well. We've got to make sure that our defensive backs are fit in the run and coming up there with physicality."

Richardson does it all for the Gators' offense, averaging 204 passing yards and 55 rushing yards per game. He is excellent at creating explosive plays — he broke an 81-yard touchdown run against LSU two weeks ago and added a 78-yard touchdown pass the following game against Georgia.

Beamer said the key to slowing Florida down is limiting those big plays, which the team did well against Kentucky's explosive threat, running back Chris Rodriguez. However, the defense is grappling with injuries, especially in the secondary, so health could play a significant factor in the unit's ability to execute that game plan.

"We're thin, there's no question about it," Beamer said. "We've got some young guys, and fortunately the way we practice allows our entire team to improve as the year goes along, so that's allowed some young guys that hadn't played as much to get better through the season and play late in the season if we need them to."

Pauline's new grocery store, Farmfare, is bringing the farm to the shopper

Pauline residents have a new option for groceries and a chance to meet the people who make them Friday, Nov. 18.Farmfare, the much-anticipated locally-sourced grocery store, opened at 5089 Highway 215 in Pauline Nov. 2. A grand opening is planned for Friday.The store is co-owned and operated by Paula Towe and Jubile...

Pauline residents have a new option for groceries and a chance to meet the people who make them Friday, Nov. 18.

Farmfare, the much-anticipated locally-sourced grocery store, opened at 5089 Highway 215 in Pauline Nov. 2. A grand opening is planned for Friday.

The store is co-owned and operated by Paula Towe and Jubilee Farms founder Jacob Towe. While the word is still spreading about the grocery store's opening, its owners say customers are excited to have a nearby option.

"People are very grateful to have something close. They can just come in and get a tomato or an onion and be really happy that they don't have to go (out of town) because everything is 30 minutes from here," Paula Towe said.

Farmfare offers a variety of fresh produce, meat and dairy as well as dry goods like tea, snacks, sauces and seasonings from South Carolina and North Carolina farms that have partnered with them.

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"Our fruits and vegetables come from a variety of local farms as well as some from the lower part of the state," Jacob Towe said. "We've got locally made cheese, local meats and soon we'll be getting some trout from North Carolina."

Farmfare has partnered with 20 farms and producers including Viktar's Bee Farm of Boiling Springs, Spartanburg County School District Six's farm, Hampton Acres of Pelzer, Allen Bros. Milling Co. of Columbia, White House Farms of Georgetown, and Little River Roasting Co., whose coffee they sell by the bag and fresh ground in-store.

The week of Nov. 7, the store had sweet potatoes from the District Six farm, artisanal cheeses from Forx Farm of Anderson and Ashe County Cheese of West Jefferson, North Carolina, pomegranates, spaghetti squash, and Ludacrisp apples among other options. Towe said the fresh offerings will change weekly, depending on what is available.

Customers will be able to meet some of these producers during Farmfare's grand opening event and ask questions about their farms and products from 2-6 p.m. Towe said the grand opening will also have outdoor games and food and drink vendors.

"Our slogan is bringing growers and eaters together and we've already seen that in the couple of weeks we've been open," Jacob Towe said.

Farmfare is open from 2-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.

College signings and commitments for Upstate SC Class of 2023 athletes

Here are the high school athletes in the Upstate who are signing with colleges through the November signing period. Athletes listed below were submitted by athletics directors and coaches.This list will be updated.(name, high school, college)BaseballJoe Cash, Spartanburg, North Greenville UniversityElijah Franz, Mauldin, Spartanburg MethodistGarrett Fulmer, Spartanburg, The CitadelHunter Garrett, Mauldin, Anderson UniversityCooper Osullivan, Pi...

Here are the high school athletes in the Upstate who are signing with colleges through the November signing period. Athletes listed below were submitted by athletics directors and coaches.

This list will be updated.

(name, high school, college)

Baseball

Joe Cash, Spartanburg, North Greenville University

Elijah Franz, Mauldin, Spartanburg Methodist

Garrett Fulmer, Spartanburg, The Citadel

Hunter Garrett, Mauldin, Anderson University

Cooper Osullivan, Pickens, Newberry

Griffin Pickhardt, Mauldin, Southern Wesleyan

Taylor Rabe, Greenville, Ole Miss

Zach Stover, Powdersville, Anderson University

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Men's Basketball

Jordan Butler, Christ Church, Missouri

Jordan Miller, Dorman, Wingate University

Women's Basketball

Josie Workman, Byrnes, North Greenville

J'Adore Young, Greenville, Ole Miss

Women's Cross Country

Caroline Lyerly, Greenville, Tennessee

Men's Golf

Henry Hall, St. Joseph's, North Greenville

Gage Howard, Woodruff, Presbyterian College

Blake Kelly, Woodruff, North Greenville

Ben McKinney, Woodruff, Presbyterian College

Women's Golf

Emilyn Davis, Belton-Honea Path, Lander

Madison Dixon, Boiling Springs, USC Upstate

Abby Franks, Dorman, University of North Georgia

Ivy Schulze, T.L. Hanna, Clemson

Maddie Grace Peake, Dorman, Presbyterian College

Men's Lacrosse

Connor Brewington, Dorman, North Greenville

Sailor Henderson, J.L. Mann, Furman

Noley Wallace Hiller, J.L. Mann, UVA Wise

Brixten McKenzie, Dorman, Lincoln Memorial University

Isabella Ortiz, J.L. Mann, North Greenville

Max Porterfield, Dorman, Lander University

Women's Lacrosse

Brooke Kelley, T.L. Hanna, Anderson University

Men's Soccer

Jonah Biggar, Oakbrook, South Carolina

Hampton Hughes, Christ Church, Davidson

Women's Soccer

Martha Bishop, Spartanburg, Samford University

Autumn Cayelli, T.L. Hanna, South Carolina

Rylee Carroll, T.L. Hanna, Anderson University

Henley Grunst, T.L. Hanna, Flagler

Eva McCoy, Southside Christian, Stetson University

Softball

Courtney Baldwin, Crescent, Limestone

Emily Blackwell, Crescent, North Greenville

Emma Bright, Dorman, Converse College

Ella Edgerton, Dorman, Bluefield University

Rileigh Farr, Pendleton, Southern Wesleyan University

Mackinzie Jefferson, Westside, Southern Wesleyan University

Lydia Johnson, Dorman, USC Aiken

Carson McCowan, Dorman, Newberry College

Elissa Rich, Westside, Allen University

Jada Sanders, T.L. Hanna, USC Sumter

McKenzie Wessel, T.L. Hanna, Spartanburg Methodist College

Kasey Wolfe, Dorman, Presbyterian College

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Women's Swimming

Anna Buchert, Spartanburg, Lenior Rhyne University

Delaney Franklin, J.L. Mann, South Carolina

Morgan Greenlee, Spartanburg, Frostburg State University

Kylie Larkin, Christ Church, South Carolina

Sylvia Walker, St. Joseph's, Stony Brooke

Camrynn Wilson, Spartanburg Day, UCLA

Men's Tennis

Jerome Falcon, Spartanburg, Colgate University

Men's Track and Field

Ezekiel Bailey, Southside Christian, Anderson University

Carlmelo Martin, Boiling Springs, East Carolina University

De’Marco Thomas, Boiling Springs, Converse College

Women's Track and Field

Anna Belle King, Liberty, Belmont Abbey

Volleyball

Macie Gentry, Pickens, North Greenville

Anna Nedwards, Hillcrest, North Greenville

Emily Normand, St. Joseph's, Wofford

Kate Renfrow, Dorman, Presbyterian College

Jurnee Robinson, Mauldin, LSU

Anna Schneider, Mauldin, Newberry

Wrestling

Landon Teague, Liberty, Lander

Hikes we love: SELC’s favorite trails across the South

SELC staffers are known for taking time to hit the trail and enjoy the natural areas we work so hard to protect. In honor of National Hiking Day, we asked staff and attorneys to share some of their favorite Southern hikes.“It’s shadowy and spooky, with boardwalks and swampy parts and beautiful trees. I visited once and immediately made plans to return a few weeks later and finish hiking all the trails.”—KURT CONNER, Litigation Assistant“A favorite hike of mine is a short walk with a breathta...

SELC staffers are known for taking time to hit the trail and enjoy the natural areas we work so hard to protect. In honor of National Hiking Day, we asked staff and attorneys to share some of their favorite Southern hikes.

“It’s shadowy and spooky, with boardwalks and swampy parts and beautiful trees. I visited once and immediately made plans to return a few weeks later and finish hiking all the trails.”

—KURT CONNER, Litigation Assistant

“A favorite hike of mine is a short walk with a breathtaking view of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Travelers Rest, South Carolina. SELC helped save this addition to South Carolina’s Blackwell Heritage Preserve by opposing a damaging development that would have altered the area forever. This hillside contains populations of one of the nation’s rarest plants, the endangered Bunched Arrowhead, and preserves the important hydrology for the streams and bogs where the plant lives.”

—FRANK HOLLEMAN, Senior Attorney

“The spectacular view of Jefferson National Forest and the stunning photo op is your reward for making it to the peak. You can do it as a day hike or combine it with Tinker Cliffs and Devil’s Tower for a weekend backpacking trip. This fall, some friends and I camped nearby and hiked to the peak in time to see the sun rise – breathtaking!”

—JULIE YOUNGMAN, Senior Attorney

“The full length of the trail takes you through a maritime forest full of salt-pruned live oaks and saw palmettos, followed by the ruins of an old Carnegie family mansion, followed by a marsh boardwalk on which you’ll see scores of seabirds, followed by a walk up the protected seashore. It’s not impossible to see deer, bobcat, alligator, armadillos, and dozens of raptors and other birds in a single 4.5-mile walk!”

—ANDERS REYNOLDS, Federal Legislative Director

“Sewanee locals and grads know and love this hard nine- to eleven-mile hike for its breathtaking views, verdant tree cover and mosses, and popular swimming holes and waterfalls. Expect constantly changing elevation, some tricky footing, and active creeks and waters that look opalescent in sunlight.”

—RACHEL CHU, Communications Manager

“My daughter and I love being near the water and being surrounded by so many plants that are native to Virginia. It makes hiking a real treat as we are able to enhance our native plant repertoire each time we hike!”

—RACHEL JAMES, Associate Attorney

“My family lives near Hoover’s Moss Rock Preserve, a 350-acre nature preserve which has become a special place I return to weekly for reflection and healing. Whether I’m re-centering alone or spending time with my sons, the 4-mile loop reminds me of Alabama’s natural beauty and what’s at stake if we don’t protect it.”

—SARAH STOKES, Senior Attorney

“Most of this trail follows the tidal Awendaw Creek as it winds its way to the ocean, and it’s peppered with gorgeous live oaks reaching out over stretches of marsh. It’s a great easy hike for a clear winter day. But as is the case with most trails on the coast, you ONLY want to attempt this in the winter, otherwise the mosquitoes may carry you away.”

—JENNY BRENNAN, Science and Policy Analyst

“This area of the park wasn’t part of its original boundaries, but was added sometime around 2000. The best part is the old homestead, known as the Ferguson cabin, and its apple trees. High elevation meadows with long range views up on the Cataloochee divide.”

—SAM EVANS, Leader of SELC’s National Forests and Parks Program

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