Electrical services for multi-family dwellings, such as apartment complexes, dormitories, and assisted living centers, are complex and require an experienced electrician or electrical contractor. At MSS-Ortiz, we specialize in multi-family electrical services and have worked on over 1,500 apartment units, from lighting installations and repairs to designing and installing electrical systems for new construction. Additionally, Daniel Ortiz, co-owner and project manager, has an additional 20 years of multi-family construction experience prior to joining MSS-Ortiz and has supervised the construction of 4,000 apartment units over his career.
In Apex and the surrounding areas, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of workmanship, and our knowledge and experience ensure that every installation and repair we provide is reliable, safe, and in keeping with current electrical codes.
For landlords and property management companies, when there is a problem or a concern, we are there quickly to provide repairs and ensure the safety of your residents. Our electrical services to multi-family dwellings include:
- Outlet installation and repair
- Interior and exterior lighting
- Ceiling fan installation
- Electrical wiring and rewiring
- Security and landscaping lighting
- Swimming pool electrical services
For new multi-family construction or complex renovations and remodel, we will design and implement safe, efficient electrical plans and systems that work with your building’s unique layout and design. We will also create lighting plans that include ample exterior lights around the property to ensure safety for your residents and buildings while keeping costs low.
Electrical Inspections for Multi-Family Properties
We understand that the safety and well-being of your residents is your highest priority. Because faulty wiring is a leading cause of property damage and injury in fires, we offer comprehensive electrical safety inspections for your property. Our licensed electricians will do a thorough check of all wiring and electrical components, including testing outlets, electrical panels, and circuit breakers to ensure everything is up to code, safe, and functioning correctly.