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Exploring Light Fixture Options For The Business World

Hello everyone, I am Sean Vanderbilt. Welcome! I have a strong interest in light fixture options available for business settings. Fixture choices are important because light shining out of the fixture controls the ambiance in the room. The overall appearance of the light fixture also contributes to the atmosphere. In the business world, the way people feel upon walking into the room can control meeting outcomes, including client acquisitions and mergers. I would like to use this site to help business owners find the perfect light fixtures for their buildings. Furthermore, I will explore all of the tools and techniques used to install the fixtures in the ceiling or wall. My goal is to share information that makes the fixture selection process as easy as pie. Thank you for coming by my website.


What's The Difference Between Electricians And Electrical Engineers?

Not everyone knows the difference between an electrical engineer and an electrician. People may think that there isn't a lot of difference between the two and that the terms can be used interchangeably. However, there is a lot of difference between the two and what they do. 

Electrical Engineer

An electrical engineer has completed at least a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. They are more involved in the theoretical, technical, and design aspect. For example, an electrical engineer may design the circuit for a computer or design a wiring harness for a new airplane. They also help to create wiring diagrams for new constructions as well as retrofits. The electrical contractor may also help to design electrical systems for cars, satellites, and other spacecraft. 

An electrical contractor is generally not the one who implements any of their plans or designs. One reason for that is that they usually not have the necessary training or licensing to work with construction electricity. Another reason is that the engineer may be nowhere near where the actual work is going to be done. They would just have been given dimensions, plans, and uses, and then they designed the necessary systems. 

An electrical engineer can be found working in many different fields, everything from automotive to construction to sustainable energy production.


Where the electrical engineer does the more theoretical and design work, the electrician does the actual hands-on work. They will follow the plans that the electrical contractor drew up and put them into effect. On top of that, electricians also do things repair and rework home and commercial electrical systems. They may also help to work with HVAC companies to make sure that the new heaters and air conditioners are wired in properly. If those systems aren't wired properly, they can cause shorts or fires. 

Electricians also work in just as many fields. Electricians can be installing electrical systems in cars or airplanes, or wiring and installing solar panels, or wiring and monitoring hydroelectrical power production systems. Electricians at places like Zapp Electric also work with power companies to help monitor their systems in case of severe weather and helping to get it back up sooner. The electrician may be working directly with an electrical engineer at this point so that they can both keep power running the power company's customers. 

Electrical engineers and electricians aren't interchangeable. They both have their own specialties. They may work together in certain situations, but otherwise the engineer works on theory and design, and the electrician puts those things into practice.