We have been Brightening Lives throughout Fairfield and Westchester Counties for more than 50 years with a wide range of offerings for commercial customers.
We pride ourselves on being able to handle all facets of any project from design to implementation, and ongoing service.
Some examples of our commercial projects include:
- Exit and Emergency Installation and Repair
- Parking Lot Lighting
- Occupancy Sensors
- Special Facility Lighting Requirements
- Design and System Control for Corporate Meeting Rooms
- Lighting Design and Management
- Flourescent Retrofit and Upgrade
Lucci Electric has served the Electrical needs for the Wilton Family Y for over 20 years. I have found them to be very professional, knowledgeable, honest, caring, responsible and respectful. Major job or small job, Lucci Electric can be counted on for an on time and on budget performance to meet the Y’s needs. Lucci also cares about the community that they work in as they have always been supportive of many non profits and their work.
BOB MCDOWELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, WILTON FAMILY YMCA
Commercial Servicing FAQ
1. What is commercial generator servicing?
Commercial generator servicing refers to the routine maintenance and repair of backup power generators used in commercial and industrial settings to ensure their reliable operation during power outages.
2. Why is regular servicing of commercial generators important?
Regular servicing is crucial for commercial generators as they often serve critical applications in businesses and industries. It helps maintain performance, prolong the generator’s life, and ensures it can provide power when needed most.
3. How often should commercial generators be serviced?
Commercial generators should be serviced at least once or twice a year, depending on factors like usage, environmental conditions, and manufacturer recommendations. In critical applications, more frequent servicing may be necessary.
4. What does a typical commercial generator servicing include?
A typical commercial generator servicing includes tasks such as inspecting and cleaning the air and fuel filters, changing the oil, checking the fuel system, testing batteries, examining electrical components, and verifying compliance with safety regulations.