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Dry Utilities in Palm Springs 

Experienced Dry Utilities Engineers in the Coachella Valley

Even though you may not think about your dry utilities on a normal basis, these critical facilities, ranging from features for fiber optics to infrastructure for electrical systems, are absolutely essential for any residential or commercial property. Whether you are starting a new development or renovating your current establishment, speak to our general engineering team at Desert Elite Electric & Construction, Inc. to discuss your needs for dry utilities in Palm Springs.

To request a detailed consultation, call (760) 527-4149 now.

The Importance of Seeking Professional Engineers for Dry Utility Installation in New Construction

The thought of designing a new construction project is often an exhilarating one, whether you are laying the groundwork for an educational campus or building an extensive manufacturing plant. Before you can set all your plans into motion for benefitting the larger urban community, investing in a golden business opportunity, or simply contributing to making your neighborhood more attractive and comfortable, you need to reach out to expert engineers in order to ensure that all the setup for your dry utilities is in order. Otherwise, you will not be able to access the critical services that enable you to connect to the internet, fuel your gas-run furnace, watch your favorite program on cable TV, or enjoy the many other services you normally take for granted. 

Some of the essential dry utility services, infrastructure, and fixtures that must always be installed by certified engineering technicians include:

  • Natural gas lines and connections
  • Fiber optics
  • Lateral telephone lines
  • Utility vaults
  • Cable TV connections 

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Checking That Your Overhead Lines Are Compatible with Rule 20 Conversions

In the state of California, there are certain requirements for construction projects that involve connecting any overhead lines with the critical facilities that run underground, ranging from fiber optics to cable television lines. Known as Rule 20 Conversions, these conversions must be made in accordance with specified municipal guidelines in order to stay within the required tariffs of electrical distribution. Before you get too far ahead in your construction plans, always check with knowledgeable engineers that your preparations fully comply with the prerequisites of Rule 20 Conversions.

Avoiding Dangerous Situations in Any Renovation Project

Safety is a critical concern when it comes to any renovation project. One of the risks that people often encounter during the initial stages of construction is discovering that there were hidden, pre-existing natural gas lines or old, corroded sewage systems right where the new dry utility infrastructure was going to be installed. Not only is it dangerous when these different lines cross or accidentally interlink, but it will be impossible for your crucial services to function as optimally as they could. You can avoid these unfortunate consequences by always seeking a thorough inspection conducted by trained engineers.

Our dedicated professionals at Desert Elite Electric & Construction, Inc. are always available to discuss your unique situation in detail. Call us today at (760) 527-4149 or contact us online to ask any questions you have regarding services for dry utilities in Palm Springs.

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