May 24, 2016 (NORTH LIMA, Ohio) – For more than 30 years, B&J Electric of Poland Inc. has offered complete electrical contracting services for customers in Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and beyond.
Since 1978, B&J has provided residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural electrical contracting services to hundreds of customers in and around the Mahoning Valley. In that time, the company expanded its expertise to include a wide range of services. From institutional clients, like schools and health care facilities, to citywide high-voltage projects, B&J has stayed on top of the most current technologies on the market to increase its capabilities for clients looking to employ modern electrical solutions.
“We understand the importance of being able to work efficiently and effectively while keeping up with the trends in a given industry,” says B&J’s CEO and co-founder, Jerry Lyda. “We want to make sure our customers have the most current solutions available to them, and that we can help solve their issues and keep them moving forward.”
Staying on the cutting-edge of electrical development has allowed B&J to offer new products and services to its customers. One such product is their portable, fully customizable motor control center designed and built to customer specification from renovated shipping containers.
Individualized features include doors, windows, insulation, cooling/heating, lighting and motor control centers. Uses for the customized control center vary and include slag plants and the feed and grain industry. B&J can have a center finished and delivered to the customer’s job site within four to eight weeks, Lyda says. Examples of the motor control center are presented on B&J’s new website.
B&J Electric is also very experienced in high-voltage, starting with primary metering and distributing the power overhead or underground. You can see a sampling of the company’s high-voltage work at the new website under its Northeast Ohio Medical College (NEOMED) project in Rootstown, Ohio.
The newly re-designed website features a showcase of completed projects, as well as the company’s list of services, licenses and certifications. Creating a user-friendly hub that was easy to find for new and existing customers was top priority when Lyda decided to update the company website.
“Showcasing the work we’ve done in the 30-plus years we’ve been in business is central to attracting new business and retaining current customers,” Lyda says.