Oak Electric for Your Electrical Needs—And More

Posted on March 16, 2014
When Oak Electric Service says we are a full-service electrical contractor, we mean it. We have over 30 years of collective experience as residential, commercial and industrial electrical contractors. Oak Electric serves more than 8,000 customers in southeast Michigan with a wide range of electrical and renewable energy solutions, including: 24-hour emergency service Automatic standby and backup generators—sales, installation, service and parts for major generator manufacturers General... Read more

Benefits of Electrical Thermographic Testing from Oak Electric

Posted on June 18, 2013
Oak Electric now offers thermography testing services that offer many benefits for our commercial customers. Also called infrared inspection, thermography testing can detect poor connections, unbalanced loads, deteriorated insulation, or other potential problems in energized electrical components. As a result, it can help prevent excess power use, increased maintenance costs, or catastrophic equipment failure resulting in unscheduled service interruptions, equipment damage, or other... Read more

More About Oak Electric’s Infrared Testing Services

Posted on April 5, 2013
At Oak Electric, our electricians use special infrared imaging and measurement cameras to accurately scan, visualize and analyze the thermal energy being emitted from mechanical equipment and electrical systems. This equipment allows us to quickly inspect a large amount of electrical equipment and locate faulty electrical items not generally found during a physical inspection. Here are just a few of the benefits of having Oak Electric perform annual thermography testing at your... Read more

Oak Electric Now Offers Thermography Testing

Posted on February 15, 2013
The electrical systems at your industrial plant or business require ongoing maintenance and inspections to ensure their safe and efficient operation. Over time, electrical connections can loosen, resulting in a non-continuous path for the electricity to follow, which eventually causes arcing, breakdown and fire. According to the Electrical Power Research Institute, the number one cause of building fires is some type of electrical failure—such as improper connections or voltage, loose parts,... Read more