January 12, 2017
Electrical work | Commercial LED Light Fixtures CA | Rancho Electrical

Welcome to the Rancho Electrical and Lighting Blog

We’re pleased to announce the launch of the Rancho Electrical and Lighting Blog, where we can inform you of the latest news about our company and the electrical and lighting industries. Make sure to check back often for updates. At Rancho Electrical and Lighting, we specialize in commercial electrical services and commercial lighting services, with a focus on energy efficient lighting that will save our customers money in the long run. Our lighting projects often pay for themselves in under […]
February 10, 2017
Commercial LED Light Fixtures CA | Rancho Electrical

How Do LEDs Work, and How Will They Save You Money?

  At Rancho Electrical, a large number of the projects we complete involve installing LED lighting to replace older incandescent or fluorescent lighting systems. These projects often have the effect of increasing light levels, sometimes drastically, while still lowering energy costs for the client. So what makes LED lighting so special? The Basics The first key to understanding LED lighting is right in their name: LEDs are light emitting diodes. A diode is an electronic component that conducts electricity in […]
March 10, 2017
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Efficiency is Key

  As a business owner, it’s imperative that your company runs smoothly and efficiently. If even one process breaks down, it can derail progress and your business for hours, days, or even weeks! One area of efficiency that you might not typically think of is related to the electricity you use. Although inefficient lighting may not seem to directly affect your business, upgrading to energy efficient lighting could result in up to 75% energy savings and energy savings can save […]
April 26, 2017
Roll of black industrial underground cable on large wooden reel at construction site.

The Benefits of Underground Electrical Work

Compared with exposed power lines strung up on poles, underground electrical lines are usually safer and more reliable. Storm conditions, including ice and wind can damage exposed lines directly, or they can damage nearby structures or trees that then bring down the lines, creating dangerous situations on the ground and interrupting service. Buried power lines, on the other hand, experience far fewer interruptions and require less frequent repairs, directly saving you money, and it’s always more aesthetically pleasing to have […]
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