TaylorMade Electric LLC | Toledo, Ohio | 419.729.9473
TaylorMade Electric LLC is the electrical contractor for the job. Our commercial electricians are licensed in Ohio and Michigan! We have a long standing reputation of high quality commercial electric craftsmanship. Many of our accomplished projects can be found throughout the Toledo, Ohio Area.

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Commercial Electrical Contractor - Toledo, Ohio
commercial electrical contractor toledo ohioTaylorMade Electric LLC is ready to serve all your electrical contracting needs. Our experienced commercial electricians know what it takes to get your business up and running with all with all your electrical needs. We are a full service commercial electrical contractor fully licensed in both Ohio and Michigan for your convenience.

Many of our completed commercial electrical projects can already be found throughout the Toledo, Ohio area. Our electricians know what it takes to provide superior service with professional commercial electrical services. Located in Toledo, we are near you to provide quick convenient service. When an electrical problem arises, we are here to get your business up and running again. Not only are we experts in quick commercial electrical repair, we are capable of completing new commercial construction as well.

Commercial Electric Safety Facts
  • Electrical hazards cause more than 300 deaths and 4,000 injuries in the workplace each year. 
  • Electrical accidents rank sixth among all causes of work-related deaths in the United States. 
  • Electrical accidents on the job cause an average of 13 days away from work and nearly one fatality every day. 
  • Approximately 62 percent of an estimated 32,807 nonfatal electrical injuries occurring between 1992 and 1998 were classified as electric shock and 38 percent as electric burns. 
  • The nonfatal workplace incidents that cause the highest number of days away from work include contact with an electrical current or a machine, tool, appliance or light fixture (38%), and contact with wiring, transformers or other electrical components (33%). 
  • Nonfatal electrical injury occurs most often to those who work with machines or tools and around electrical wiring other than power lines. 
  • Over the last 10 years, more than 46,000 workers were injured from on-the-job electrical hazards. 
  • During the work day, a worker is hurt every 30 minutes so severely from electricity that it requires time off the job.
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