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Underground High Voltage Cable Installation Makes Power Lines Less Susceptible to Damage from Extreme Weather - Plymouth, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, February 02, 2017

Undergrounding, when discussing power lines, refers to the replacement of overhead power lines with underground power lines. The power lines are literally buried so they are less susceptible to the elements that cause damage such as extreme weather.

With the severe weather in all seasons in New England, high winds heavy rain and snow, ice storms, and extremely fluctuating temperatures can cause damage to lines and poles. Weather is the number one enemy of overhead power lines. This is why municipalities, company operators and project developers choose underground high voltage cable networks over overhead power lines.

The underground high voltage cable installation in Plymouth, MA can also be a better option in areas of historical or environmental value. But the main purpose of underground installation is to make power lines less susceptible to the damaging elements of nature and accidents. Depending on the scale of your application, undergrounding power lines can be expensive initially, but these costs pay for themselves by decreasing operational costs over the lifetime of the underground power cables.

To find out more about underground high voltage cable installation in Plymouth, MA, contact ElecComm.

Upgrade Business Operations with Fiber Optic Splicing in Telecommunication Networks - Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, January 26, 2017

Telecommunication networks offer faster, better, and safer transmission of important information over long distances. But overtime, some networks will not function as reliably because of growing demands that are beyond their capacity. This is why these networks are now being reconfigured with optical fibers instead of copper wires. In fact, telecommunication networks that are scheduled for construction are using optical fibers right from the start in order to prepare for growing loads down the line.

Several telecommunication network design installations in Boston, MA are now incorporating fiber optic splicing because it is more efficient than traditional copper wiring.

Professional fiber optic splicing allows for drawing thinner optical fibers into much smaller diameters so that more cables can be bundled into a single wire. This means that the wires in the telecommunication network will have a higher carrying capacity than traditional wiring. Because fiber optics use light signals that do not interfere with each other even when passing in a single cable, less signal degradation can be expected. And light travels faster making data transmissions faster as well. These characteristics contribute to clearer phone conversations, video reception, and internet-related operations.

To find out more about telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

Power Line Storm Response Limits Inconvenience - Pittsfield, MA

Joseph Coupal - Friday, January 20, 2017

Major storms can randomly cause major power outages which can hamper business operations and commerce all over Massachusetts. Repairing downed power lines can be tough in heavy snowfall and strong winds. But the electricians at ElecComm are fully experienced and are often called upon by the area utility companies for assistance.

When a tree limb or fallen pole damages lines or transformers, protective equipment immediately shut off the flow of power from the main grid resulting in power outages. During extreme weather conditions, this is more likely to happen and it can be difficult to restore power because of the storm itself. Worse, more than one power lines or poles can be knocked down and the ElecComm crew is often tapped to provide the needed power line storm response in affected areas.

Downed trees, accumulated snow, and other debris, may block the streets and make it hard to access the affected areas for immediate response to occur. But the ElecCom crew is fully equipped to respond to both minor or major power outage. Repair and maintenance to overhead power lines in Boston, MA restores power as soon as possible so that both commercial and residential areas will not be inconvenienced for long.

To find out more about power line storm response, contact ElecComm.

Underground High Voltage Cable Installation Help Prevent Economic Losses and Other Consequences - Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, January 12, 2017

The cost of underground high voltage cable installations in Boston, MA can cost more as compared to just the overhead installation. But such cost can be offset by the numerous benefits one could enjoy once the undergrounding of power lines is done.

Given the vital role that electric power plays in our lifestyle, especially in businesses in which electric power is the lifeline, even a momentary power outage can cause a lot of inconvenience. An unannounced power outage can cut down on productivity and shut down equipment causing damages. Consider what could happen if the power outage is days long?

Weather events and natural calamities can be hard on overhead power lines whether it is a strong wind, heavy snowfall, or torrential rains. The power lines strung from electric posts are also more susceptible to damage that can be caused by car accidents. This can all be prevented when power lines are installed underground. With underground power lines, the chances of damage from the above listed events are minimal because the lines are fully protected.

Even an hour long power outage can cause economic loss as well as health, safety, and security consequences. Underground high voltage cable networks help prevent this. To find out more about underground high voltage cable installation, contact ElecComm.

Happy New Year from ElecComm – Plymouth, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, January 05, 2017

Happy New Year 2017 from ElecComm!

A fresh new year has arrived once again. It’s the time to be thankful for everything we have and for everything we have achieved in the past year. But it is also time to start new, start strong, and accomplish everything we want to do this year.

It is also time for us to say “Thank You” for our success last year. If you are an existing associate, we have enjoyed working with you. If we are just embarking on a new relationship with you in 2017, we look forward to the opportunity. We are excited for what we all can achieve in 2017.

The New Year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. We can help write that story by setting goals. – Melody Beattie

Happy New Year from ElecComm!

Fiber Optic Splicing in Telecommunication Network Design Installations is Worth The Investment – Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Telecommunication networks in Boston, MA have become more useful now that things are even more digital. The internal and external communications in companies across all industries, and the amounts of data they store, update, and manage has also called for this transition.

Aware of the need for higher capacity and security, the telecommunication network design installations now use optical fibers instead of copper wires. Others are reconfiguring their existing networks made of copper wires. This is because the optical fibers can offer an improved capacity and security without needing to use more materials during installation and configuration. The optical fibers are spliced together to pave the way for more smooth telecommunications that are vital for daily operations.

Fiber optic splicing is a process by which the optical fibers are spliced together and make more uses than equivalent lengths of copper wires. More optical fibers can be bundled into a given diameter cable than copper wires because the former can be created thinner. So when you are aiming for a higher carrying capacity, you can achieve that without breaking the bank. Additionally, the loss of signal in optical fibers is less compared with copper wires. Light signals passes through from one fiber to another without interfering with those of other fibers in the same cable.

To find out more about fiber optic splicing in telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

Happy Holidays from ElecComm

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, December 22, 2016
Happy Holidays from ElecComm

It is once again "end-of-year" blog post reflection time. If you are reading this blog post, you care enough about us and our business to invest a minute or two reading here. That means a lot to us. The primary reason for this blog is to educate and inform our readers; as an ongoing act of giving thanks for the privilege of earning your continued trust and continued professional partnerships. So we're glad you're here.

We reflect today on the blessings that so many of you bring to both our personal and professional lives. Over the course of 2016, we hope that we have made a difference in many personal and professional lives. This is the true essence and a key measure of professional reward and business success.

It is our sincere wish that all of you bask in the joy of reflection and within the warm confines of family and friends throughout this Holiday season and throughout 2017. Cheers!

Happy Holidays!

-from all of us here at ElecComm.

Why Choose Underground High Voltage Cable Networks? –- Wilmington, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, December 15, 2016

In years past there were reasons for power lines to be overhead. However today there are valid reasons along with the technology for power lines to be buried underground. The cost of installing underground power lines is more expensive than the cost of placing the power lines overhead. But this difference is offset by the many advantages of burying power lines underground.

Underground high voltage cable networks have several advantages over overhead power lines. These include reduced magnetic interference because electric fields decay quickly when immersed in a conductor like the earth, and reduced exposure to weather including lightning and wind that can cause damage to the power lines.

Because of the many advantages of burying power lines, underground high voltage cable installation in MA and in other areas are now becoming much more common. As a matter of fact, areas that have historic and environmental significance are now choosing to bury power lines in order to preserve the area and to minimize significant risks to placing power lines overhead where they are exposed to wind, lightning, rain, and interference from trees.

To find out more about the advantages of underground high voltage cable installation, contact ElecComm.

Employment Opportunities in ElecComm Company

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, December 06, 2016

The following jobs are open for hiring:

  • Field Foreman Communication Division
    Field Foreman is responsible for managing of all construction projects. Field foreman will work with other managers in scheduling, planning, cost management, staff supervision, time management, quality management and safety management. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Leader
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Directs and trains employees of an equal or lower rating. Incubmbents work under general supervision. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Class 1
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Directs and trains employees of an equal or lower rating. Works under general supervision. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Class 2
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Directs and trains employees of an equal or lower rating. Works under general supervision. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Class 3
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Works under general supervision. Works under directive supervision when installing cable or equipment.More info...

Please submit your resume to info@eleccommc.com.

Telecommunication Network Design Installations Improve Customer Services and Inter-Branch Collaboration - Providence, RI

Joseph Coupal - Monday, November 28, 2016

Telecommunication encompasses any communication over a distance. Because it paves the way for long distance communication as well, it is imperative that companies invest in telecommunication network design installations to improve customer service and inter-branch collaboration.

Telecommunications is a must for all industry. To take the lead or to stay in the competition then companies need to consider investing in their telecommunication network in Providence, RI. It is projected that telecommunications will grow even bigger and expand even wider which makes clear and effective communications imperative to a company’s success and sustainability.

The existence of advanced technology has created a demand for higher capacity and better quality in telecommunications. This can be achieved through fiber optic splicing which can be incorporated in most telecommunication network design installations. The use of fiber optics instead of copper wires has paved the way for networks to deliver to fluctuating and high demand.

To find out more about fiber optic splicing for telecommunication networks, contact ElecComm.

Fiber Optic Splicing Allows Telecommunication Networks to Function and Meet The Fluctuating Demands of The Growing Market - Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, November 17, 2016

With today’s world focusing on and using massive amounts of information technology, it is important to make an effort to improve how telecommunication networks in Boston, MA function in order to meet the fluctuating and high demands of the market. A new and continuously improving innovation has emerged to address this - fiber optic splicing,

Telecommunication network design installations now incorporate fiber optic splicing in their processes because of the benefits and advantages this options brings to the networks, even in non-telecommunication applications. Among these benefits is cost savings. Fiber optic splicing has revolutionized telecommunication applications. The cost savings are significant enough that they are the most ideal option.

Through fiber optic splicing, several miles of optical cable can be utilized less expensively than the equivalent lengths of copper wire. Optical fiber can be drawn in smaller diameters than copper wire to make up cables that provide the same function while taking up less space. As a matter of fact, because the optical fibers are thinner, more of them can be bundled into similar diameter cable than copper wires. This means more lines can be used in each telecommunication network.

To find out more about fiber optic splicing for telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

Underground Power Lines and Their Primary Benefits - Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, November 10, 2016

Failure rates of overhead and underground power lines can vary. However, typically the power outage rates of underground lines are about half that of overhead. This is just one of the many benefits of using underground power lines. As a matter of fact, the most often cited primary benefit of underground power lines over overhead can be divided into four areas: reduced maintenance and operating costs, lower storm restoration cost, lower tree-trimming cost, and improved reliability.

The nature of underground high voltage cable installation in Pittsfield, MA makes the power lines less susceptible to lightning, heavy rain or snowfall, birds and tree branches falling on wires, or anything that can cause damage to overhead powerlines. Because of this, one can expect far fewer momentary interruptions in the main grid, improved reliability without needing to have more maintenance, and of course reduced cases of repair or restoration.

Because the installation of underground high voltage cable networks is done below-ground, there is also improved visual appeal. Unsightly poles and wires cannot be seen. There is great savings in utilities and the site where they are installed is more protected.

To find out more about underground high voltage cable installation, contact ElecComm.

Power Line Storm Response Teams Use ElecComm to Restore Electric Power Faster - Plymouth, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, November 03, 2016

Repairing downed power lines in Plymouth, MA has improved in regards to time of completion. This is because this service is often outsourced to companies like ElecComm. This is especially true when winter storm affects a large area and the only choice for restoring electric power as soon as possible is for utility companies to tap the expert technicians at ElecComm to help in power line restoration and repair. The power line storm response team at ElecComm for large-scale power outages can provide service for immediate repairs.

Overhead power lines are susceptible to extreme weather conditions because they are exposed as are the poles on which they are suspended. When there is freezing rain, heavy snowfall, strong winds or accidents involving poles, power lines can be damaged. Some lines cannot be immediately repaired because the weather may somehow cause delay and makes it hard to get the job done. It is even harder when the scope of the damage traverses multiple towns and cities. This is why, after winter storms, repair and maintenance to overhead power lines is often outsourced to companies who have workforce that has the knowledge, skills, and relevant experience making sure that electric power is restored immediately.

To find out more about repair and maintenance to overhead power lines, contact ElecComm.

Fiber Optic Splicing in Telecommunication Network Installation for a More Competitive Advantage - Providence, RI

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, October 27, 2016

A lot of telecommunication networks in Providence, RI still use copper wires. However, operators are now seeing the need and the advantages of reconfiguring and using fiber optics instead. This is because they can be customized to cater to more demanding and changing needs of companies.

Knowledge of fiber optic splicing can actually help improve the way telecommunication networks function especially when multiple users access information simultaneously over long distances. Simply put, fiber optic splicing involves joining two fiber optic cables together.

In telecommunication network design installations in which splicing is used, it is important to look at your company’s short- and long-term goals. These goals will help determine the splicing technique – fusion or mechanical –that best fits the economic and performance objectives of your company. When done right, the telecommunication network will offer a more competitive advantages over the competition.

To find out more about telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

ElecComm Provides Immediate Repair and Maintenance to Overhead Power Lines During Large Scale Power Outages in Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, October 20, 2016

Being exposed to the harsh environmental elements, overhead power lines are prone to damages from extreme weather conditions. It is inevitable that winter storms will happen, day or night, which pose threats to overhead power lines. Winter storm conditions can be inconvenient to technicians and repairing downed power lines can be hampered as well.

Often damages can not be handled by the local electric companies alone, especially when large storms cause interruptions in a large area over multiple municipalities. This is why, after winter storm damage, repair and maintenance to overhead power lines is often outsourced to electric construction companies that have the knowledge, skills, and relevant experience to ensure that power is restored as soon as possible.

ElecComm has the qualifications mentioned above. For repair and maintenance to overhead power lines in Boston, MA, the expert electricians at ElecComm are often dispatched to perform immediate repairs. To provide immediate solutions, our crew is tasked to focus on the areas where the primary lines are down for faster repairs bringing power to residence and businesses faster.

To find out more about repair and maintenance to overhead power lines, contact ElecComm.

Telecommunication Networks for More Convenient Communication and Integrated Operations – Wilmington, MA

Darren Kincaid - Friday, October 14, 2016

Before the emergence of the internet and other data networks, telecommunications had a clear meaning – the telephone was the only technology that allowed individuals to communicate over long distance. Today, telecommunication networks in Wilmington, MA have expanded in scope for more convenience to more users and to provide a more integrated operation.

Fiber optic splicing and other advanced technology ise now incorporated in the installation and configuration of telecommunication networks. Splicing the optical fibers paves the way for smoother and more secure transmission of important information in various forms. This has brought forth significant improvements in telecommunication networks particularly in terms of clarity and stability, even when users access information simultaneously. These innovations have made telecommunication networks even more useful and advantageous especially for large companies or organizations that have branches in differing locations

In addition to the ability to transmit documents and data over a long distance, telecommunication network design installations have enabled new kinds of communication over distances as well. This includes various devices, equipment, facilities, technologies, and other applications that support telecommunication applications such as data transmission, video conferencing, interactive television, instant messaging, e-mail, distributed collaboration, and web-based interaction.

To find out more about advanced telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

Underground High Voltage Cable Installation has Benefits You Won’t Believe - Plymouth, MA

Joseph Coupal - Friday, October 07, 2016

In addition to creating less visual and environmental impact that generates large opposition from local communities, underground high voltage cable installation MA also has several other benefits that may be a surprise.

Undergrounding power lines means lower transmission losses. And with the advanced technology incorporated in every installation, these networks of power lines can also be configured to absorb emergency power loads. Unlike overhead power lines, underground power lines emit no electric field. As a matter of fact, they can even be strategically engineered to emit a lower magnetic field than overhead power lines.

Installing underground high voltage cable networks may have higher set-up cost compared to overhead power lines. However, the long term benefits to developers or users will often outweigh the cost. For instance, there will be a savings on maintenance costs because they are not exposed to the weather or to other outdoor influences. Because the cables are hidden underground, they are less susceptible to the impacts of severe weather, falling trees, and migrating birds so paying for repair services is diminished. There is also less need to check on underground networks as often.

To find out more about the other advantages and applications of underground high voltage cable networks, contact ElecComm.

Telecommunication Networks are an Integral Tool for Businesses– Providence, RI

Joseph Coupal - Friday, September 30, 2016

Telecommunication networks in Providence, RI are an integral tool for businesses. These networks enable companies to communicate effectively and effortlessly with customers as well as with co-workers. As a result, high standards of customer service and internal affairs are achieved.

Telecommunications is an important element in teamwork because it provides a channel that allow employees to collaborate easily from wherever they are located. As a matter of fact, telecommunication gives companies the opportunity to introduce a more flexible nature of work by allowing employees to work efficiently from home introducing new levels of productivity and capability on the move. The same networks enable employees to better serve their clients.

Telecommunications has largely changed the landscape of business. More and more people can access a large amount of data simultaneously and seamlessly. In order to cater to the growing demand for more capable and secure telecommunications, fiber optic splicing has become more popular in the market.

Todays telecommunication network design installations involve fiber optic splicing, a process that allows for higher capacity, faster connection, safer transmission, and clearer communication. When done right, getting access to information is no longer a problem. The use of optical fibers instead of copper wires has improved the configuration of telecommunication networks so more clients are served and more collaboration can be implemented.

To find out more about fiber optic telecommunication networks, contact ElecComm.

Repairing Downed Powerlines is Often Outsourced to ElecComm in Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, September 22, 2016

In the winter months, days and nights with extreme weather conditions and storms that pose threats to the overhead powerlines cannot be prevented. Too often winter storms or ice roads cause power interruptions and downed lines. Snow, wind, and ice conditions can hamper the operations of repairing downed power lines, especially when power outages span across many miles and municipalities. In these scenarios it is difficult for public utilities to provide immediate responses.

In these worst case scenarios of miles of power outages and downed power lines in multiple locations, repair and maintenance to overhead power lines is often outsourced to companies such as ElecComm. Our crew is made of expert electricians who have the knowledge and skills, as well as the relevant experience to ensure that power is restored as soon as possible. As a result, homeowners and businesses will be unnecessarily inconvenienced from the unexpected loss of power in storm damaged areas.

The crew at ElecComm is dispatched to the location of downed power lines to conduct immediate and accurate repairs. When large scale power outages occur at the same time, our crew will focus on the areas where the primary lines are down in order to immediately put an end to the inconvenience that such downtime causes to homeowners and businesses.

To find out more about repair and maintenance to overhead power lines, contact ElecComm.

Underground High Voltage Cable Installations Serve Many Different Purposes - Wilmington, MA

Joseph Coupal - Friday, September 16, 2016

Underground high voltage cable installation in Wilmington, MA puts the utility wires that are usually overhead, underground. This type of installation serves many different purposes. Undergrounding wires is often done in applications where using overhead power lines may not be practical or recommended.

Installing underground high voltage cable networks helps preserve the beauty of a location especially if it is being preserved for historical, cultural, or environmental value. Underground power cables also has other financial benefits which explains why more and more investors and municipalities have become interested in this alternative.

Unlike overhead power lines, underground power lines are less susceptible to damages cost by environmental factors such as strong winds, heavy downpour, migrating birds, falling poles, swaying trees, and even wild fire. When wires and poles are sent underground unlike the usual installations where the power cables are hanged and attached to distant poles, the underground power lines become less likely to get damaged.

Because the underground high voltage cable networks are not exposed to harsh weather or falling power line poles which significantly improves the reliability of the power system year round.

To find out more about the advantages of underground high voltage cable networks, contact ElecComm.

Telecommunication Networks Use Advanced Technologies Such as Fiber Optic Splicing and Internet for an Improved Connection - Plymouth, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, September 08, 2016

Telecommunication networks in Plymouth, MA have significantly changed how most businesses operate. These networks have given businesses increased flexibility that has paved the way to improved internal coordination, external affairs, and team collaboration.

Telecommunication network design installations are performed and completed by expert technicians using advanced technology such as fiber optic splicing. Fiber optic networks have greater capacity and clearer connections even when they are used or accessed by multiple users. For a large company, investing in- and installing- fiber optic telecommunications networks is practical.

If you have remote employees in your organization or your employees are required to travel frequently for training and client meetings, telecommunication networks can help employees and employers stay connected so that business processes can continue operating smoothly. Fiber optic networks provide a more stable and useful internet connection as well, which reinforces your relationship with prospects and customers.

To find out more about telecommunication services, contact ElecComm.

Underground Power Lines are a Perfect Alternative when Acceptable Overhead Routes can’t be Found - Providence, RI

Joseph Coupal - Friday, September 02, 2016

There are a multitude of advantages and benefits in choosing underground high voltage cable installation in Providence, RI. They include higher public acceptance, fewer interruptions, significantly reduced maintenance costs, and protection against electromagnetic field radiation. At installation, the underground cables are more expensive than overhead power lines but the benefits outweigh the costs.

Apart from creating less visual and environmental impact, the underground high voltage cable networks require a narrower band of land. Because they are installed underground, the cables are less susceptible to the impacts of extreme weather conditions, migrating birds, and falling trees.

Unless an acceptable overhead route can be found, underground power lines are an appropriate solution for sections of a line. They are often used, and are actually more appropriate, in densely populated urban areas, locations where land is unavailable or consent from the Planning Office is difficult to obtain within an acceptable timeframe, land with outstanding natural or environmental heritage that needs to be preserved, places where a significant infrastructure development is present, venues whose value shall be maintained for future expansion or development.

To find out more about underground high voltage cable installation, contact ElecComm.

Fiber Optic Splicing Should be Done by Reputable and Experienced Companies for a Successful Splice - Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, August 25, 2016

Fiber optic splicing is actually a multi-step process of melding optical fibers together using localized heat. The bare fibers are cleaned and cleaved in preparation for fusion. The cleaving procedure requires microscopes to ensure a perfectly flat, 90-degree cut. The fiber ends are aligned and fused together by applying concentrated heat. And before receiving the protective covering, the conjoined fiber undergoes rounds of testing.

Improperly-cut fibers account for a large percentage of the data loss experienced in poorly constructed telecommunication networks in Boston, MA. That is why it is best to hire reputable electricians who have been trained in the latest fiber optic splicing technologies for telecommunication network installations. So whether you are considering adding a fiber optic network or changing your existing network of copper wires, a company with experience and reputation is imperative for maximum benefits and to ensure a successful splice.

Most telecommunication network design installations now incorporate fiber optic splicing because of its many benefits. You can be confident that once the installation is complete, a network will be in place with high capacity and fast connections that enable seamless transmissions every time.

To find out more about fiber optic splicing in telecommunication networks, contact ElecComm.

Underground High Voltage Cable Installation Helps Improve The Services Offered - Pittsfield, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, August 18, 2016

Miles of electrical cables are strung overhead across the country. Add to that the long telephone, internet, and cable TV lines, and it is no wonder fires, ice storms, hurricanes, and tornadoes can cause havoc to the electrical systems in your area every year. Downed power lines cause power outages that can last a long time depending on the severity of the case. This is why more and more companies are getting interested in investing in underground power lines instead.

Power outages of any duration have adverse effects to business operations and present safety concerns and economic loss. This is why the invariable outcry from the public, from businesses, and communities to place power lines underground has surfaced. Underground high voltage cable installation has grow increasingly popular and has led more utility companies and municipalities to realize that converting overhead power lines to underground is the best way to provide improved and unmatched service to their customers.

The underground high voltage cable networks are more secure because they are less likely to be damaged by falling trees, weather, or natural disasters. This makes underground networks a better alternative to overhead power lines, especially now that there exists an increasing need for the reliability of overhead lines, issues of public safety, and quality of life.

To find out more about the advantages and benefits of underground high voltage cable installation, contact ElecComm

Telecommunication Networks Help Companies Become Better - Wilmington, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, August 11, 2016

There are many different benefits to installing telecommunication networks in Wilmington, MA. These benefits include improved communication, enhanced team collaboration, increased flexibility, and premier customer service.

For companies, timely and reliable communication within the organization and with customers is a critical part of succeeding. Communications, both external and internal, can reinforce your brand as well as your relationship with your present and prospective customers. But this means you need dependable Telecommunication networks. Because these networks enhance business, more and more companies are building their own network and receiving a higher return on their investment.

With telecommunication network design installations many factors need to be considered in order to ensure optimum performance during application. Fiber optic splicing is incorporated in order to improve the capacity, connection, and security of telecommunication networks and the network is configured based on the unique needs of the business. This technology continue to improve to help companies improve daily operations through the use of telecommunication networks.

To find out more about options on telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

Fiber Optic Splicing Lets You Maximize Resources and Optimize Results - Plymouth, MA

Joseph Coupal - Friday, August 05, 2016

Fiber optic splicing has revolutionized long-distance and high-capacity telecommunications. That is why this method is being used in many telecommunication networks in Plymouth, MA. As a matter of fact, many companies with existing telecommunication networks that use copper wires are now starting to transition to optical fibers.

Compared to copper wires, fiber optics are less expensive. Several miles of fiber optic telecommunication networks can be constructed less expensively than equivalent lengths of copper wires, so companies can save on set-up costs. As a result, business owners are now choosing telecommunication network design installations that incorporate fiber optic splicing.

Fiber optic splicing allows for the installation and configuration of telecommunication networks that have a higher carrying capacity. Optical fibers can be drawn in smaller diameters than copper wires which means that more optical fibers can be bundled into a given diameter allowing more phone lines over the same cable or more channels can come through the cable, without having light signals interfere with fibers in the same cable. So along with maximizing resources, you are also optimizing results.

To find out more about the advantages of incorporating fiber optic splicing in telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

Telecommunication Network Design Installations Incorporate Fiber Optic Splicing, An Improvement Over Copper Wires - Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 28, 2016

Due to increasing demands, telecommunication network design installations are becoming more and more complex in order to cater the unpredictable needs of different companies across various industries. Expert technicians continually improve their skills, techniques, and technologies they use in order to provide a more comprehensive and useful network.

One of the modern innovations incorporated in most installations is fiber optic splicing. This allows technicians to configure and install telecommunication networks that are capable of catering to the consistently changing needs of companies. Splicing involves fiber optic cables joined together in order to improve certain aspects of the network such as connection and capacity which cannot be achieved with copper wires.

Telecommunication networks in Boston, MA are strategically developed to support the numerous operations of companies, both internal or external. With the emergence of these improved networks, it is more convenient and effective for companies to create a network that can be used by different divisions or departments. Customer service will also be improved through better speed and reliability.

To find out more about telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

Underground High Voltage Cable Networks are More Advantages with Respect to Overall Performance and Environmental Acceptance - Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 21, 2016

As the demand for electric power increases, distributors need to develop high voltage networks to address the demand. Overhead power lines have been the preferred choice because of the lower installation costs. But the advances in cross-linked polyethylene insulation have achieved a lower total system cost for underground high voltage cable networks, making them a viable alternative.

Compared to overhead power lines, underground power lines are more advantageous with respect to overall performance and environmental acceptance. They promise low energy loss and improved transmission reliability. Additionally, the environmental invisibility of underground power lines makes them more acceptable in locations where the environment is highly protected.

The underground high voltage cable installation in Boston, MA can be completed faster as well, because everything is done underground. The installation process is not deterred by harsh weather conditions so installation can be completed on time. In regards to harsh weather, there is also reduced risk of network failure because the power lines are safely underground.

To find out more about the benefits and advantages of underground high voltage cable installation, contact ElecComm.

Fiber Optic Splicing – A Practical Investment that Generates Higher ROI - Plymouth, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 14, 2016

Fiber optic splicing is being incorporated in many telecommunication networks in Plymouth, MA. There are numerous benefits to incorporating this technology in networks, especially in terms of channel capacity, transmission speed, and information security.

Because of of fiber optic splicing their have been large improvements in networks in regards to how networks function. Many telecommunication network design installations in Massachusetts are using this technique. As a matter of fact, even companies with existing networks are transitioning from copper wires to fiber optics because there are obvious improvements in communications with this change in configuration. Fiber optic splicing is a practical investment that will generate a higher return on investment once installed.

Fiber optic splicing may be a widely used technique nowadays but there are only a few companies around with certified technicians. If your business is planning to invest in a new telecommunication network, then make sure that you consider ElecComm to be assured of the benefits of fiber optic splicing in your telecommunication network.

To find out more about fiber optic splicing in telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

Telecommunication Network Design Installations Allow for an Improved Channel Capacity, Transmission Speed, and Information Security - Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, July 07, 2016

There are manytelecommunication networks in Boston, MA that are found in strategic areas. These networks are responsible for the electronic transmission of information over distance. These networks work in compliment with computers making them a practical investment.

Telecommunication networks are an arrangement of computing and telecommunications resources for sending and receiving information between distant locations. Telephone calls, live chat, file transfers, and video conferencing are just a few of the many things that can be done with properly installed telecommunication networks.

Today’s telecommunication network design installations employ technology that improves the telecommunication network’s channel capacity, transmission speed, and information security. These networks provide ease and facility in sharing and storing information in support of your company’s unique and critical operations. Additionally, a more elaborate telecommunication network also allows for simultaneous access of data by multiple end-users and this can be very helpful in both internal and external transactions.

To find out more about the advantages of state-of-the-art telecommunications networks, contact ElecComm.

Underground High Voltage Cable Installations Minimize Power Failures - Wilmington, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, June 30, 2016

The underground high voltage cable installations in Wilmington, MA have proven advantageous in many different applications. They have been successful in minimizing the amount of time that lives are disrupted by power failure due from damage to overhead power lines.

Electrical cables are strung overhead across the country in addition to overhead telephone, internet, and cable lines. Hurricanes, tornadoes, strong wind, and accidents with poles wreak havoc on existing electrical systems every year causing utility outages inconvenience homes and businesses in the affected areas. These scenarios call for an alternative to overhead power lines. This is why the concept of underground power lines is growing in popularity.

Because underground high voltage cable networks or UHVC networks are installed below the ground, they are not prone to damage caused by extreme weather and other disasters. Because the cable networks are covered and protected, they are less susceptible to damage from falling trees or auto accidents. As a result, power outages are decreased and people and businesses can continue on without the inconvenience of an outage.

To find out more about the advantages and benefits of underground high voltage cable installations, contact ElecComm.

Fiber Optic Splicing on Telecommunication Networks, A Smart Start of Moving Your Company Forward - Wilmington, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, June 23, 2016

The benefits of a fiber optic network are numerous. However, these benefits depend on proper fiber optic splicing techniques. This is why it is best to hire experienced professionals to manage your project from start to finish especially for a large telecommunication network.

Whether you are considering splicing a telecommunication networks in Wilmington, MA, or moving and reconfiguring your existing network, make sure that the technicians are trained in the latest fiber optic splicing technologies and use leading-edge splicing equipment. With the right men in place, you can be sure of the quality of your fiber optic cables.

The telecommunication network design installations incorporate fiber optic splicing in order to improve a network’s capacity, transmission, and storage. Embracing the future with modern fiber optics is a smart start to moving your company forward. When done right, businesses will be able to use telecommunication networks that help accelerate the pace of business.

To find out more about fiber optic splicing, contact ElecComm.

Telecommunication Networks Are Improved by Incorporating Fiber Optic Splicing - Wilmington, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, June 16, 2016

One of the fastest growing businesses today is the telecommunications industry. The demand for the use of telecommunication services are rising everyday across all industries. In order to cater to the demand, effort has been made to help improve telecommunication networks in Wilmington, MA particularly in terms of quality of transmission, security of information, and capacity for storage.

If you are in the telecom business, consider offering an advantage to customers over your current competitors. Make sure your network is established for the application unique to your business. It has to be ready to take on the demands of the market and there is no better way to do that than by making use of fiber optic splicing technology.

Telecommunication network design installations are now enhanced. Fiber optic splicing has contributed largely to improving how all forms of data can be transmitted and accessed simultaneously from different locations. The information is transmitted faster through light signals. This is why many telecommunication network design installations now use optical fibers instead of copper wires.

To find out more about telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

Underground High Voltage Cable Networks are Less Expensive Overall than Overhead Power Lines - Plymouth, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, June 09, 2016

A lot of existing conventional overhead lines are being replaced with high-voltage underground power lines. This is the case particularly in challenging environments such as densely populated urban settings, historically-valuable locations, and environmentally-sensitive areas. Even developers of new cable networks are opting for underground due to the multitude of benefits.

Overhead power lines cables and towers are unsightly and have a host of other negatives which give underground high voltage cable networks a competitive advantage. This explains why more and more alternating and direct current high voltage transmission lines are being constructed underground.

Underground high voltage cable installation in Plymouth, MA is more expensive initially than overhead power lines. However, when capital expense, maintenance, and transmission loss costs over the life of the power line are added up, underground high voltage cable (UHVC) networks are less expensive overall as compared to overhead power lines. Additionally, because they are also exposed to extreme weather conditions and other harsh elements, UHVC networks are less susceptible to damage so there is less expense for costly repairs. Because the initial cost of installation can be off-set by the advantages and benefits that are guaranteed overtime, underground high voltage cable networks are considered a practical investment.

To find out more about underground high voltage cable installation, contact ElecComm.

Spliced Fiber Optic Telecommunication Networks Make Information Transmission Faster and Safer – Worcester, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, June 02, 2016

The advanced technology in telecommunication network design installations today allow businesses across various industries to improve operations both internally and externally. This is why more business owners are planning to invest in fiber optic telecommunications network for a higher return on investment.

Many telecommunication networks in Worcester, MA are made of copper wires. However, because there are numerous advantages to fiber optics over copper, more fiber optic networks are being designed. This improves the capacity of the telecommunication network and improves the transmission of data including documents, videos, or images through email, VOIP, or conference calls.

Many of the existing telecommunication networks designed and installed prior to the advent of fiber optic splicing are being reconfigured. Rather than copper they are being made with spliced fiber optics that allow light signals to pass through. These signals transmit information faster and safer paving the way for more streamlined business operations and higher revenue.

To find out more about telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

Mechanical Fiber Optic Splicing Requires Competent Technicians for a Job Done Right - Wilmington, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 26, 2016

A lot of telecommunication network design installations now incorporate the science of fiber optic splicing. This method allows for a telecommunication network that has improved working capacity and better transmission of information in any form.

Mechanical fiber optic splicing in Wilmington, MA is a similar procedure to traditional splicing. The difference lies in the actual fusing of the fiber optics in which the cleaved fiber ends are aligned and secured to one another by a specialized connector apparatus. This holds both fiber ends in place and allows light signals to flow freely between them during transmission. This type of fiber optic splicing is actually advantageous in applications where a connect/disconnect capability is required.

Improperly-cut fibers account for a large percentage of data loss experienced in poorly-configured telecommunication networks. In order for this job to be executed correctly, the competencies of technical and infrastructure experts like those at ElecComm are needed. The crew has the education and the experience in design, splice, and installation in addition to networking and testing and auditing as well as emergency restoration and repair.

To find out more about fiber optic splicing on telecommunication networks, contact ElecComm.

Underground High Voltage Cable Installations Provide Invisible Transmission Routes with Many Advantages - Plymouth, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 19, 2016

Underground high voltage cable networksoffer numerous advantages that cannot be ignored. These UHVC networks are perfect for for installations in preserved landscapes and other challenging environments.

Underground high voltage cable installations provides invisible transmission routes. When the landscape is restored after cable installation is accomplished, the transmission route quickly becomes invisible and the ground serves as natural protection for the cables. They are less prone to damage, unlike overhead power lines which are exposed to weather, falling trees, and accidents which can result in power loss and other inconveniences.

Underground power lines are more expensive to install than overhead power lines. However, there are cost saving benefits in comparison to overhead power lines. One of these benefits is reduced maintenance and repair costs. UHVC networks are buried so they are less susceptible to damage that can affect their performance.

To find out more about underground high voltage cable installation, contact ElecComm.

Careers and Employment Opportunities in ElecComm

Joseph Coupal - Friday, May 13, 2016

ElecComm continually looks to add new experienced or entry level talent to our expanding workforce. Our team is distributed throughout New England and we encourage applicants from surrounding states. ECC is a UWUA local 369 company.

ECC takes pride in our team and offers a well-rounded benefits package that includes comprehensive medical and dental coverage, a 401(k) plan with company match, profit sharing plan, life and disability insurance as well as paid time off.

We pride ourselves in safety, health, training and state of the art equipment for our employees and participate in the UWUA Apprenticeship Program. Our team is continually cross trained and upholds the highest safety standards in the workplace. ECC is an equal opportunity employer.

Please submit your resume to info@eleccommc.com


Employment Opportunities:

  • Field Foreman Communication Division
    Field Foreman is responsible for managing of all construction projects. Field foreman will work with other managers in scheduling, planning, cost management, staff supervision, time management, quality management and safety management. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Leader
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Directs and trains employees of an equal or lower rating. Incubmbents work under general supervision. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Class 1
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Directs and trains employees of an equal or lower rating. Works under general supervision. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Class 2
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Directs and trains employees of an equal or lower rating. Works under general supervision. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Class 3
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Works under general supervision. Works under directive supervision when installing cable or equipment.More info...

Telecommunication Network Installations Have Paved The Way for Better Business Operations and Collaboration - Pittsfield, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 12, 2016

Organizations are becoming interconnected enterprises that use high capacity and high security telecommunication networks in Pittsfield, MA. These networks have paved the way for far better business operations and collaborations internally as well as with customers, suppliers, and other business partners.

Businesses largely rely on the internet and other advanced communication technologies to develop interconnected enterprises and global networks. This has made high demand on telecommunication network design installations that allow for a more secure and faster transmission of information in various forms. When configured and installed correctly and reliably, these networks can support even the largest enterprise collaborations, electronic commerce, and other e-business applications.

Fiber optic splicing is performed in today’s networks in order to make more productive and lucrative transactions through telecommunications. Telecommunication networks have larger capacities when it comes to data storage. With more advanced telecommunication networks, users can access information simultaneously and not experience any lags or other sorts of glitch. This is very convenient in companies that conference through online platforms or have centralized storage and access of data.

To find out more about telecommunication network design installations, contact ElecComm.

Fiber Optic Splicing Makes Telecommunication Networks Meet Bandwidth Demands - Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Friday, May 06, 2016

Most telecommunication networks in Boston, MA are now configured with spliced fiber optics because of the many benefits and advantages they offer. If your business has an existing network and is considering to: add a fiber optic network, or plan to change the entire existing network, ElecComm can help manage your fiber splicing project from start to finish.

Fiber optic splicing is a meticulous, multi-step, process of melding optical fibers together with localized heat. To prepare the fibers for fusion, each fiber is stripped of its protective polymer coating, either chemically or mechanically. After cleaning the bare fibers, they undergo a cleaving procedure which is critical for a successful splice. This procedure requires the use of microscopes in order to perfect a flat, 90-degree cut of both fiber end faces. The fibers are then aligned and fused. Before they receive their protective covering, they undergo several rounds of testing and inspection in order to ensure their reliability.

With the proper splicing techniques, your business will have an improved telecommunication network which will meet bandwidth demands. Conducting fiber optic splicing in your network is an effective way to embrace newer technological advances, move your company forward, and accelerate the pace of your business operations.

To find out more about fiber optic splicing telecommunications networks, contact ElecComm.

Underground High Voltage Cable Installation Is Better for Cost and Convenience Compared to Overhead Power Lines - Wilmington, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, April 28, 2016

One benefit of underground high voltage cable installation in Wilmington, MA is the lesser visual and environmental impact. Underground installation is advantageous for those areas that need electric power but that are protected for historical and environmental value which renders overhead power lines inadvisable or inapplicable.

Installing underground high voltage cable networks requires a narrower band of land compared to overhead power lines. Because the power cables are situated underground, they are less susceptible to the impact of severe weather. End-users also benefit from lower transmission loss and a lower magnetic field than overhead power lines. Additionally, they are protected from falling trees, accidents to poles and other factors that cause damage to exposed overhead power lines.

The cost of installing underground power lines can be offset by the long-term cost benefits. In addition to significantly reduced maintenance costs, they also incur little repair costs because they are less likely to experience damage.

To find out more about underground high voltage cable installation, contact ElecComm.

Mechanical VS Fusion Splices – Which Type of Fiber Optic Splicing Is Better? - Plymouth, MA

Joseph Coupal - Monday, April 25, 2016

If you have heard of telecommunication networks in Plymouth, MA, you have probably heard of fiber optic splicing as well. These networks use optical fibers instead of copper wires because of the many advantages. They are spliced together in order to improve the overall reliability, security, capacity, and stability of the networks paving the way for more effective telecommunications.

The two types of fiber optic splicing are used in different applications. The mechanical type is used for applications where splices need to be made very quickly or the expensive equipment required for fusion splices may not be available. This type is also a better alternative where the splice may be less permanent as it allows easy connection and disconnection.

The fusion type is used for the long high data rate lines that are unlikely to be changed once installed. Fusion splices offer a lower level of transmission loss and a high degree of overall performance as compared to the mechanical splices. It also will require the use of expensive equipment for melting or fusing the two ends of the optical fibers together. The equipment provides a computer-controlled alignment of the optical fibers thereby paving the way for a lower level of transmission loss in telecommunication networks.

To find out more about fiber optic splicing in telecommunication networks, contact ElecComm.

Telecommunications Networks Make Joint Ventures Possible and Successful - Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Monday, April 18, 2016

Timely and reliable communication within an organization is a vital part of achieving success in business. The telecommunication networks in Boston, MA make it possible. With these networks, companies will benefit from enhanced communications and enriched team collaboration, both of which are key elements to success.

Most critical business operations involve the exchange of information through telephone, internet, and mobile technology. This various information is often confidential which is why a telecommunication network in place is imperative. It takes care of the exchange and makes it more fluid and secure even when accessed simultaneously by multiple users.

The telecommunication network design installations differ from business to business, but they are united in one aspect – to increase productivity and profitability. So if you want your company to progress with joint ventures, consider a more comprehensive telecommunications network. It is helpful with cross-functional teams within organizations who are working on corporate initiatives or discussing innovations regularly.

To find out more about the advantages of telecommunications networks, contact ElecComm.

Underground High Voltage Cable Installation is More Fitting in Some Instances- Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Monday, April 11, 2016

Underground power lines have unique benefits that overhead power lines do not. This is why there are now many transmission projects involving underground high voltage cable installation in Boston, MA. In fact, even existing overhead power lines are being replaced in certain areas where underground high voltage cables (UHVCs) are more fitting.

Underground power lines are more expensive to install than their overhead counterparts but the installation itself pays off in many different ways. These benefits often make the underground alternatives more practical. Guidelines are first established for the appropriate use of the UHVCs in order to balance the needs of all concerned. Undergrounding power lines are best for transmission projects when the areas under consideration have the following criteria:

  • Densely populated urban locations
  • Land areas where planning consent is difficult to obtain within an acceptable timeframe
  • Locations that must be preserved for future rural development or urban expansion
  • Places with outstanding natural heritage or vulnerable ecosystems
  • Sites that have historical or cultural values
  • Waterways and other locations with natural obstacles

Underground high voltage cable installation is a more fitting alternative in these spots because it creates less visual and environmental impact which helps preserve the spots themselves.

While underground high voltage cable networks offer amazing advantages, careful analysis is required before installation. Undergrounding high voltage cables are an appropriate solution for sections of a line where acceptable overhead route cannot be found.

To find out more about underground high voltage cable installation, contact ElecComm.

Fiber Optic Splicing Maximizes Light Transmissions in Order to Improve Critical Operations - Wilmington, MA

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, April 05, 2016

Instead of using optical fiber connectors, it is now possible to perform fiber optic splicing. This is when two optical fibers are spliced together creating a permanent or relatively permanent connection between the two fiber optic cables.

There are many different occasions when fiber optic splicing in Wilmington, MA is needed or helpful. One of the most common would be when a fiber optic cable that is available is not long enough for the required run in an application. In this case, the two fiber optic cables can be spliced together, accurately aligning them to ensure that the level of light transmission is maximized. They are then clamped in place to make a permanent connection. Once the fiber optic splice has been created, the fiber optic splicer then makes an estimate of the loss by directing light through one side and measuring the light that leaks on the other side of the splice making sure that transmission loss is lessened if not absolutely eliminated.

There are a multitude of benefits and advantages of fiber optic splicing. In fact, telecommunication network design installations incorporate this technology in order to improve the clarity, capacity, as well as the speed and security of the telecommunication networks.

For more details about the other applications of fiber optic splicing, contact ElecComm.

Fiber Optic Splicing Has Improved Telecommunication Networks Making More Convenient Options and Streamlined Communication - Pittsfield, MA

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Before the emergence of the Internet and other data networks, telecommunications only pertained to the telephone and other earlier applications of technology that allowed people to communicate by voice over long distance. Now that the scope has become wider, involving larger amount of data being transmitted between longer distances, telecommunication network design installations have evolved to provide better and faster networks which can be tailor-fit to the specific requirements of every unique application.

Telecommunication networks in Pittsfield, MA have the added ability to communicate data in various forms over long distance. Because these networks have enabled new kinds of communication, the networks themselves have to have an increased capacity and improved security. This is why more recently, fiber optic spicing has been introduced to the telecommunication industry providing users with more convenient options and streamlined means of communication.

Major telecommunication network design installations incorporate fiber optic splicing. Even old telecommunication networks made with copper wires are now being reconfigured with optical fibers. Instead of using copper wires or fiber optic connectors, splicing two optic fibers together is done to achieve a permanent connection. Fusion and mechanical are the two principal types of splices, and both aim to provide a telecommunication network that works seamlessly even with a significant number of users from different locations that access data simultaneously.

To find out more about telecommunication network design installations and fiber optic splicing, contact ElecComm.

Careers and Employment Opportunities in ElecComm

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 29, 2016

ElecComm continually looks to add new experienced or entry level talent to our expanding workforce. Our team is distributed throughout New England and we encourage applicants from surrounding states. ECC is a UWUA local 369 company.

ECC takes pride in our team and offers a well-rounded benefits package that includes comprehensive medical and dental coverage, a 401(k) plan with company match, profit sharing plan, life and disability insurance as well as paid time off.

We pride ourselves in safety, health, training and state of the art equipment for our employees and participate in the UWUA Apprenticeship Program. Our team is continually cross trained and upholds the highest safety standards in the workplace. ECC is an equal opportunity employer.

Please submit your resume to info@eleccommc.com


Employment Opportunities:

  • Field Foreman Communication Division
    Field Foreman is responsible for managing of all construction projects. Field foreman will work with other managers in scheduling, planning, cost management, staff supervision, time management, quality management and safety management. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Leader
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Directs and trains employees of an equal or lower rating. Incubmbents work under general supervision. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Class 1
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Directs and trains employees of an equal or lower rating. Works under general supervision. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Class 2
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Directs and trains employees of an equal or lower rating. Works under general supervision. More info...
  • UG Lineworker Class 3
    Responsible for the installing, and constructing of plant and equipment. Works under general supervision. Works under directive supervision when installing cable or equipment.More info...

Underground Power Lines can Provide Better Power Distribution in the Long Run - Plymouth, MA

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Electric utility managers often struggle with the balance between low rates and high reliability when providing electrical services to their customers. Higher reliability increases the satisfaction rate of homeowners and has significantly reduced the economic losses that businessmen face due to sudden power outages. However, this requires the power supplier to incur operational and maintenance expenses which can cause an increase in rates. With this challenge, power distribution utilities are considering underground high voltage cable installation in Plymouth, MA because it offers an increase in reliability and aesthetics, and using this alternative means greater operational and maintenance savings in the long run.

Installing underground power lines may cost more that installing overhead power lines but as mentioned earlier, it brings more savings in the long run. Underground power lines have lower transmission loss; they can absorb emergency power loads, have low maintenance costs, do not emit electric fields and can give off a lower magnetic field than overheard power lines, need less space for installation, and are less susceptible to the impact of harsh weather and other elements in the environment.

Underground high voltage cable networks are also a good investment because of their aesthetic value and convenience. Having no visible aerial cables that are supported by large pylons makes the area more eye-pleasing. They can transmit power in densely populated areas or where the land is environmentally and aesthetically sensitive. Underground cable networks may also be considered for bringing power across waterways, like rivers, and other natural obstacles.

To find out more about underground high voltage cable installations, contact ElecComm.

Fiber Optic Splicing Have Made Telecommunication Networks More Interactive and Productive - Boston, MA

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, March 16, 2016

The field of telecommunication network design installations has advanced a great deal. Understanding how to best utilize these networks offers many benefits to your business. These benefits have caused telecommunications networks to spread across almost every aspect of daily life, improving our ability to stay in touch especially in the business world.

The main role of telecommunication networks in Boston, MA is in the transmission of data; especially in large amounts or that which is confidential. Telecommunication networks use advanced technology for the safer and faster transmission of data in the form of phone calls, text, video, email, or image over long distances.

Telecommunication has changed and modifications have been made to the netoworks that has incorporated fiber optic splicing in order to make them more reliable. This has made telecommunication networks that are used today more beneficial and reliable. These networks allow people everywhere to communicate within a broader scope. Fiber optic splicing has changed the landscape of the telecommunications industry, making it more interactive and productive than ever before.

To find out more about your options in building telecommunication networks in Boston, MA, contact ElecComm.

Power Line Storm Response is Needed Before Outages Take Their Toll on Those in The Affected Areas - Wilmington, MA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, March 03, 2016

Overhead power lines are very susceptible to extreme weather conditions. This is why they are prone to damages caused by heavy snowfall and strong winds. Even wayward drivers and falling branches and trees can have adverse effects on them. Because accidents and weather cannot be prevented, it is important the companies and electric companies ensure the necessary repair and maintenance to overhead power lines in Wilmington, MA takes place as soon as possible.

Repairing downed power lines must be addressed accurately and immediately. The inconveniences of power outages pile up quickly for residences and businesses. Issues seem to multiply exponentially the longer it takes to repair downed power lines. That is why electric companies and private businesses often deploy the expert electricians from ElecComm.

A power outage disrupt both homes and businesses. Power line storm response is provided after storm damage wipes out power to prevent homeowners and business owners from suffering from massive inconvenience during downtime. Power line repair is often outsourced to companies such as the ElecComm who have the knowledge, skills and relevant experience to ensure that power is restored.

To find out more about services for repairing downed power lines, contact ElecComm.