Commercial Electrical Contractor

We provide commercial electrical estimating services for small and big construction projects. We analyze the costs of commercial electrical works like HVAC Wiring System, Solar Power System, Electronic Door Reader, Communication cabling system, etc.

We have done commercial electrical estimate projects for warehouses, shopping malls, data housing centers, etc. 

Estimate Florida Consulting is the Best Commercial Electrical Estimator for small and big construction projects, We work to provide high-quality commercial electrical estimates, We have the latest software to provide a highly accurate estimate report.

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In the steps below, we’ve outlined a proven electrical estimating system to help you get started.
  1. Choose the Right Work to Bid.
  2. Review the Specifications.
  3. Review the Drawings.
  4. Perform a Quantity Takeoff.
  5. Request Supplier Quotes.
  6. Create your Estimate.
  7. Add Overhead and Profit.
  8. Build your Proposal.
  9. Double Check Takeoff Quantities & Estimate
  10. Submit Bid
  11. Review the Results

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Estimate Florida Consulting usually charges $2000 on average but it depends upon the scope of the work and size of the project.

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The commercial electrical wiring cost ranges from $7 to $15 per square foot, or about 10%–30% higher than residential at electrical work for wire, cables, fixtures, and electrical panels.

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As an electrical contractor, we prepare the estimate report and submit bids to win more commercial construction projects, The lowest bid can be enough to win an electrical project, Preparing an electrical estimate report is a very time-consuming job for a busy contractor

Estimate Florida Consulting can help you with a high-quality commercial electrical estimating report, We include all project costs in the report like labor, materials, equipment rentals, subcontractors, and some indirect costs, We also include the right profit for you.

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The electrical estimators of Estimate Florida Consulting are highly educated and professionals, They have years of experience in Commercial Construction Estimating, We have also worked on residential and commercial estimating projects, We also help you to bid on more projects to increase the chances of winning the project.

Our commercial electrical estimating per square foot will be based on ZIP code tracking to increase the accuracy of the estimate report, We deliver commercial electrical estimate report in one or two days only, You just need to review the report for 10-15 minutes, And you are ready to bid on the project.

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Commercial HVAC Installation Cost

Each HVAC installation project is different, it’s impossible to give an exact estimate. House size can affect the cost. Bigger houses need bigger systems and more ductwork than a smaller home. Does your ductwork need to be replaced or repaired? If the project is especially difficult, that will add to the labor costs as well. If there is no existing thermostat, wiring will also need to be installed. There are just too many variables to know the exact cost without an expert.

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Solar Panel Installation Cost

Solar is often thought about in terms of the price per watt of power capacity, which equalizes system costs similar to the price-per-square-foot metric the in real estate sector. The average installed cost of solar for commercial purposes is $3.00 per watt.
System Size System Cost System Cost (after ITC)
3 kW $8,160 $6,038
4 kW $10,880 $8,051
5 kW $13,600 $10,064
6 kW $16,320 $12,077
7 kW $19,040 $14,090
8 kW $21,760 $16,102
9 kW $24,480 $18,115
10 kW $27,200 $20,128

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Types of Electrical Wiring in Commercial Buildings

Commercial building have different requirements, as well as different needs when it comes to electrical wiring for commercial buildings. It’s not only that, but when talking commercial, there are also different types of electrical wiring, each appropriate for various applications. 

  • Raceways & Conductors

    This is the one of the most common types of electrical wiring for commercial buildings. It involves either a metallic or a nonmetallic conduit or tubing with multiple insulated phase. Depending on the NEC requirements, as well as on the applicable method, it can also consist of an equipment ground conductor. Each installation is made based on the property’s own specifications and design plans.

  • Busways

    Busways are another type of electrical wiring for commercial applications. It is sometimes called a bus duct. A busway is defined as a metal enclosed raceway with bus bars that are factory-mounted.

  • Cable Assemblies

    A manufactured cable assembly is another common type of electrical wiring. It consists of multiple conductors, both insulated phase and neutral, with an insulated and/or bare equipment grounding conductor. The latter is wrapped and enclosed in a metallic or nonmetallic sheath.

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Wiring For HVAC Systems

Heating, Ventilation, and Cooling systems, otherwise known as HVAC systems, are an integral part of modern buildings. HVAC systems are in charge of keeping temperatures comfortable (usually around 72 degrees), humidity consistent (between 40-60%), and indoor air quality high (keeping C02 to less than 1000PPM).


    To install a new commercial HVAC system, your contractor needs to figure out the right load capacity. The size of HVAC system you need varies based on the size of your building and its layout, but you also have to take into account internal and external temperature factors, such as equipment that generates heat and how the position of the building affects solar heat gain.


    There are a variety of different types of commercial HVAC systems. You may choose a traditional furnace and air conditioner connected to ductwork, or you may opt for a single split system, a multi-split system, a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system, a variable refrigerant volume (VRV) system, or another option.


    Regardless of the type of HVAC system you select, you generally need to install a condenser. Depending on your available space, you may want to locate the condenser in an attic, on the roof of your building, on a window ledge, or elsewhere outside of your building.


    When upgrading an existing commercial HVAC system, your contractor also needs to assess the condition of your existing ductwork. Old inefficient ducts can lose up to 20% of the cool air moving through the system, unnecessarily driving up your energy bills.


    You need to consider your budget when installing a new commercial HVAC system. If you’re on the fence about whether or not you need a new system, you should look at the cost of repairs and consider how your old system is affecting your energy bills, and then compare those costs to the potential savings related to investing in a more efficient HVAC system.


    With a ductless HVAC system, you can create several zones in your commercial building. Sometimes, zones are obvious based on the layout of your building.


    Once you’ve narrowed in on the right commercial HVAC system based on your building’s needs and your business’s budget, you can start to plan installation with your contractor.

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Indoor vs Outdoor Electrical Panel

Indoor and outdoor electrical panels work in the same way and cost the same. However, those placed outside are weatherproof or weather resistant. That means they are less likely to be damaged by rain or freezing conditions. An outdoor electrical box may be installed for outdoor structures, such as barns, gazebos, saunas, or pools.

Many areas have regulations that require an outdoor electrical panel installation of the unit. This allows firefighters to turn off power to the home if necessary. Homes built after 2000 typically have exterior systems. If a house has an existing panel inside, it is most likely that a new replacement unit will be placed in that same location outside. If there is one outside, which is common in newer homes, replacing it will be done in the same location. Keep in your mind that electrical boxes and electrical panels refer to the same thing, the metal housing for the electrical system.

If you want to move your indoor system outdoors, it requires full home electrical rewiring. To do this, the electrician would remove the existing system with all wiring. Then, they would install the new box outdoors and run the wiring again through the house. This would essentially double the cost of installing a box in the same place. Expect to pay the amount between $5,000 and $12,000. There may not be a valid reason to do this other than to make the box more accessible.

Cost To Replace or Upgrade Electrical Panel
System LocationAverage Costs (Installed)
Indoor$2,000 – $4,500
Outdoor$5,000 – $10,000

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Process To Get Estimate Report

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  • You need to send your plan to us.

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  • You receive a quote for your project.

    Before starting your project, we send you a quote for your service, That quote will have detailed information about your project, Here you will get information about the size, difficulty, complexity and bid date when determining pricing.

  • Get Estimate Report

    We do commercial electrical estimating and prepare a detailed report for your project, At last you finalize the report and finish the project.

Electrical Estimating and Bidding Do's & Don'ts

The estimates you produce form the basis of how an electrical project will proceed. Clients use your estimate to determine who wins the job or what they can have done for the budget they have available.

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How to do an electrical estimate right

Estimating is an important part of the construction process and is impossible for any company or industry. Without an estimate, the owner has no idea how much it will cost to complete the construction project. Electrical installers in particular require judgment as many individual parts must be ordered and installed.

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7 Habits of an Effective Electrical Estimates

Many Electrical Estimators start out on site as an electrician. It’s a great foundation to have and builds a lot of respect with those trades that must implement an electrical fit based on your estimates and calculations.

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Commercial Electrical Materials

Electrical Material is basically the parts or elements used in the making of any electrical construction project. This can vary from a small house circuit to as big as a large industrial plant.

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Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Typically a commercial electrician is performing new construction or installing lighting, receptacles, transformers, and some power distribution.  

A commercial electrician typically works in commercial buildings, like business offices, retail storesrestaurants, and other areas that are readily accessible by the public.  

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Industrial Electrical Installation

Industrial electrical contractors design, install and maintain large-scale electrical systems. In addition, it is the job of an industrial electrician, apart from ensuring that your business or industrial warehouse is supplied with electricity as needed, to ensure that this electrical system works efficiently, effectively, safely, and environmentally.

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HVAC Installation

HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning and describes the air conditioning system installed in an apartment or commercial property. Their job is to move filtered or cooled air throughout the building to make building occupants feel comfortable.

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