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Dedicated Circuitry

One of the more frustrating experiences for anyone who works in an office is a computer shutdown.  In the middle of an important project, while keying in specific data, and your connection fails.  For those relying on telecom connections, compromising the circuit and losing your connection can be equally as frustrating, costing you money, as well as time.  For retailers who need connections for point-of-service transactions, power failures can wreak havoc.

Hospitality and food business, from coffee shops to boutique hotels, diners to fine dining, an interruption in your circuits not only causes chaos at the cash register, but your livelihood can be threatened by interruption of electrical flow to your ovens, freezers, and cold-storage.  Any shut-down in the kitchen and food prep area can mean lost inventory and even result in health code violations.

Jaffe Electric Company installs dedicated circuitry, including dedicated computer circuitry, in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC. Call us today or contact us online for a free estimate!

Why Install Dedicated Circuitry?

Dedicated circuits are the best way to prevent interruptions in the flow of electricity, whether from too many devices pulling on the circuit at the same time, or a tripped circuit-breaker due to electrical overload or power surge.  Dedicated circuits are individual circuits, connected to their own, singular breaker, instead of being clustered in a group of circuits. They provide a separate power source for the most important and demanding-devices in your business.

Benefits of Installing Dedicated Circuits

In many buildings built for commercial use prior to 1980, all circuits run together, with the wires ending at one central breaker box, or panel.  With the advancement of technology, power demands became greater and the needs exceeded that which was provided by the circuits already in place, resulting in tripped breakers and an interruption of electrical flow.  Modern demands need modern circuitry.

In addition to preventing loss of essential, electrical connections, dedicated circuits will also prevent damage to your devices that can come from power surges, created when smaller circuits get overloaded with too many devices.  With a dedicated circuit for those items demanding the most power, such as commercial ovens, freezers, large monitors, heating and cooling, and even security systems, these costly devices are prevented from shutting down or suffering damage, due to a power surge. 

Free Estimates for Dedicated Circuit Installation in the DMV

Jaffe Electric Company understands that today’s businesses run on technology. Whether you’re an aspiring Fortune 500 company, or a neighborhood coffee shop, you need reliable circuits to operate successfully.  Since 1992, Jaffe Electric has been serving the commercial electrical needs of businesses in and around the Washington, DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia areas. 

Our company’s reputation has been built on trust and professionalism.  You know when you call on Jaffe Electric to install a dedicated circuit in your business, the job will be done right, the first time. Customer service and satisfaction are our number one goal at Jaffe Electric. 

For more on how you can put an end to costly power interruptions to your business, or for any commercial electrical needs, contact Jaffe Electric Company.  Our certified electricians can help keep your business running, interruption free, with the installation of dedicated circuits.


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Company Information:

Jaffe Electric Montgomery County MD
Jaffe Electric, Inc.
9913 Lewis Drive, Damascus, MD 20872


Service Areas:

Affordable Electrician in Maryland, DC and Virginia
The information on this website is for informational purposes only; it is deemed accurate but not guaranteed. It does not constitute professional advice.
All information is subject to change at any time without notice. Contact us for complete details.

Service Areas include but are not restricted to:

Frederick County:
Adamstown 21710 • Braddock Heights 21714 • Brunswick 21716 • Buckeystown 21717 • Burkittsville 21718 • Frederick 21701, 21702, 21703, 21704, 21705, 21709 • Ijamsville 21754 • Jefferson 21755 • Libertytown 21762 • Middletown 21769 • Monrovia 21770 • Mount Airy 21771 • New Market 21774 • Point Of Rocks 21777 • Walkersville 21793

Howard County:
Clarksville 21029 • Columbia 21044, 21045, 21046 • Cooksville 21723 • Dayton 21036 • Ellicott City 21041, 21042, 21043 • Fulton 20759 • Glenelg 21737 • Glenwood 21738 • Lisbon 21765 • West Friendship 21794 • Woodbine 21797 • Woodstock 21163

Montgomery County:
Barnsville 20838 • Bethesda 20810, 20811, 20813, 20814, 20816, 20817, 20824, 20827, 20889, 20892, 20894 • Chevy Chase 20815, 20825 • Clarksburg 20871 • Damascus 20872 • Gaithersburg 20877, 20878, 20879, 20882, 20883, 20884, 20885, 20898, 20899 • Germantown 20874, 20875, 20876 • Kensington 20891, 20895 • Montgomery Village 20886 • Olney 20830, 20832 • Poolesville 20837 • Potomac 20854, 20859 • Rockville 20847, 20848, 20849, 20850, 20851, 20852, 20853, 20857 • Sandy Spring 20860 • Silver Spring 20901, 20902, 20903, 20904, 20905, 20906, 20907, 20908, 20910, 20911, 20914, 20915, 20916, 20918, 20993, 20997 • Takoma Park 20912, 20913

Fairfax, Alexandria, Arlington, McLean

Washington DC - District of Columbia