Commercial Electricians: JABEL Electrical Services


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Jabel Electrical

Jabel commercial electricians: efficient, high quality service is our passion

When it comes to commercial electrical work, choosing our professional electricians ensures that you receive reliable, efficient, and high-quality services that meet your business needs while prioritising safety and compliance.

Jabel Electrical

24 hour commercial electrical support

Your business requires commercial electrical contractors at a time that suits you and your business needs. Our commercial electricians are available for emergency call-outs, and 24/7 service. They are equipped to handle urgent electrical issues promptly, helping to minimise downtime and ensuring the safety of your premises.

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Jabel Electrical

We are the trusted supplier of commercial electrical services to clients across South East Queensland

We are the commercial electrical company of choice here in Brisbane and South East Queensland for our clients for many reasons including: reputation and track record; specialised expertise; innovative solutions; our strong customer focus and team of experienced professionals; efficient project management; and, a commitment to safety.

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Our Service Areas


  • Brisbane CBD: 4000
  • Fortitude Valley: 4006
  • Newstead: 4006
  • South Brisbane: 4101
  • West End: 4101
  • Kangaroo Point: 4169

Gold Coast

  • Surfers Paradise: 4217
  • Broadbeach: 4218
  • Labrador: 4215
  • Varsity Lakes: 4227
  • Biggera Waters: 4216


  • Redbank Plains: 4301
  • Springfield Lakes: 4300
  • Forrest Lake: 4078
  • Lockyer Valley


  • Woodridge: 4114
  • Marsden: 4132
  • Regents Park: 4118

Redland City

  • Thornlands: 4164
  • Redland Bay: 4165
  • Capalaba: 4157
  • Redland Bay: 4165

Moreton Bay Region

  • North Lakes: 4509
  • Caboolture: 4510
  • Deception Bay: 4508
  • Kallangur: 4503

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Commercial electrical work involves the electrical systems of commercial business settings such as shopping centres, offices, or hospitality venues. 

What is the difference between commercial and Industrial electricians? Commercial electricians work in non-industrial establishments such as offices, retail stores, and restaurants, while industrial electricians work in industrial settings like factories and power plants. Industrial electricians focus on complex electrical systems in industrial settings, which may involve heavy machinery, high-voltage power distribution, motor controls, and industrial automation.

Commercial wiring and industrial wiring are two distinct types of electrical installations that serve different purposes and have specific requirements. Commercial wiring is found in buildings like offices, retail stores, and restaurants, aiming to provide electrical power for lighting, heating, cooling, and common business equipment. It has lower power demands, utilises standard wiring components, complies with commercial building codes, and focuses on aesthetics by concealing wiring within structures. On the other hand, industrial wiring is used in large-scale manufacturing plants, warehouses, and power plants. Its purpose is to supply electricity to heavy machinery, motors, high-voltage equipment, and industrial processes. Industrial wiring has higher power demands, employs heavy-duty components designed for industrial environments, prioritises safety with additional features like emergency shut-offs and grounding systems, and is built for durability and frequent maintenance.

Commercial electricians work in non-residential settings like office buildings, factories, and hospitals, dealing with larger-scale and more intricate electrical systems. They handle high-voltage setups, three-phase power, and complex wiring configurations to support the needs of businesses. Domestic electricians generally work on smaller scale electrical systems found in homes focused on installing and maintaining wiring systems, lighting fixtures, switches, sockets, circuit breakers, and other electrical components commonly found in homes.

Commercial electricians typically work with three-phase electrical systems. Three-phase electrical systems operate at both 240 volts and between 400 and 415 volts. The higher voltage supports specialised systems and machinery.

A good commercial electrician possesses a combination of technical expertise, professionalism, and effective communication skills. They should have a deep understanding of electrical systems, regulations and safety protocols. Their ability to diagnose, repair, and install electrical components with precision ensure efficient and reliable electrical systems. Good commercial electricians will be punctual, dependable, and maintain a high level of integrity. They complete projects on time, meet deadlines, and prioritise client satisfaction. They exhibit excellent problem-solving skills, adaptability and attention to detail. Lastly a good commercial electrician prioritises safety.

Commercial wiring is known as three-phase wiring. Three-phase wiring has several advantages over single-phase wiring including: power efficiency; higher power capacity; cost savings through the use of smaller conductors; and, reduced harmonics which delivers more stable and reliable power supply.

Like other electricians, commercial electricians rely on a broad range of tools to deliver their service. Wire strippers, pliers, screwdrivers, voltage testers and multimeters, power tools, circuit breaker finders, ladders and safety equipment.

A commercial electrical panel is the central hub for distributing power to various circuits within a commercial building. Receiving electricity from the main power supply, the panel divides the power into different circuits that feed power to outlets, lights, appliances, and other electrical devices throughout the building. It typically contains circuit breakers or fuses that protect each circuit from overloads or short circuits by interrupting the flow of electricity when necessary. Commercial electrical panels are designed to handle higher electrical loads compared to residential panels, as commercial buildings often have greater power demands. They are usually larger and more robust to accommodate the increased capacity and to ensure the safety and efficient operation of the electrical system. These panels may also incorporate additional features such as surge protection, metering equipment, and advanced monitoring systems to enhance electrical safety and facilitate maintenance and troubleshooting.

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