Tom Jackson Electric LLC - Contractor

Tom Jackson Electric LLC

What We Do!



Electrical services from commercial to residential. "I challenge the status quo of the National Electrical Code (NEC) for maintaining, repairing and installing electrical systems."

I started my electrical business after working for three of the top ten firms in the US plus the Department of Energy with a Top Secret Clearance for 19 years. That and my troubleshooting exposure changed my perspective of electrical installations from changing and installing parts to being a functionally safe system which needs periodic inspection and maintenance like your car. So whether I'm consulting for a design, remodeling, or doing Predictive Maintenance (Pdm) with an infrared camera, I see myself as responsible to make sure that you and your employees work safely with and around the five hazards of electricity, find ways to lower your operational costs and make sure your three main "ilities" are monitored and reported to you.

Using infrared thermal imaging for reliable, non-contact testing, I scan, visualize and analyze temperatures of mechanical equipment and electrical systems quickly and accurately. Why not join the growing group of users around the world already benefitting from the cost-savings that a solid thermography program can provide.

I am a Certified Thermographer by ITC which is a factory authorized training center for FLIR equipment.

Our Services

  • Commercial Electrical Service
  • Commercial Electrician
  • Electrician
  • Electrical Service
  • Electrical Inspections
  • Enhanced Surge Protection
  • Troubleshooting
Phone: 706-825-5773

About Tom Jackson Electric LLC

The NEC is developed by a voluntary consensus body. A consensus is a general agreement formed by mutually interested people but not in unanimity. It is therefore a minimum standard only for safety without considering what and how people may be using electricity. It is not for designing. It does not promote efficiency or take into view future expansion. It does not address the quality of materials used for various applications and locations.

If you were in the market for a new car, you would be purchasing the latest mandated Federal minimum safety requirements for vehicles. However, you are aware through advertising that there are options available for enhanced safety as well as features for convenience. One difference between the electrical industry and the auto industry is the fact that there is no advertising to inform you of the options, features and values you may want.

Where you benefit from my service is that I evaluate every job by asking questions to better understand your business process systems, look for criticality, future needs and reliability. I also discuss enhanced safety, efficiency, maintenance, expansion for future use to find a custom solution for your needs.

You should be informed by all contractors that there are more choices than just low priced minimum safety.
I started my electrical business after working for three of the top ten firms in the US plus the Department of Energy with a Top Secret Clearance for 19 years. That and my troubleshooting exposure changed my perspective of electrical installations from changing and installing parts to being a functionally safe system which needs periodic inspection and maintenance like your car. So whether I'm consulting for a design, remodeling, or doing Predictive Maintenance (Pdm) with an infrared camera, I see myself as responsible to make sure that you and your employees work safely with and around the five hazards of electricity, find ways to lower your operational costs and make sure your three main "ilities" are monitored and reported to you.

"ilities" are those things that keep your business functioning: operability, reliability and sustainability. For example, let's say you had a restaurant with a walk-in freezer. A Pdm Thermal Imaging report from a quarterly inspection noted the circuit breaker controlling the compressor was beginning to operate hotter than normal. You may want to investigate the cause of this excess heat before next week's delivery of a thousand pounds of food arrives. The unreliability of the compressor could cause you loss of products.

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