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Graybar Gainesville

Address
1015 South Main St
Gainesville, FL 32601-7926
Contact

352-224-4150

352-338-9070

Hours
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Tuesday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Wednesday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Thursday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Friday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 7:30AM–5:00PM
Tuesday: 7:30AM–5:00PM
Wednesday: 7:30AM–5:00PM
Thursday: 7:30AM–5:00PM
Friday: 7:30AM–5:00PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Tuesday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Wednesday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Thursday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Friday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Tuesday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Wednesday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Thursday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Friday: 6:30AM–4:30PM
Saturday: Closed
After Hours

1-800-GRAYBAR (472-9227)

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Graybar Gainesville

Graybar Gainesville is a full-service branch, with a counter, will call pickup and stocked inventory in an on-site warehouse. Along with local inventory, Graybar Gainesville is serviced by our 243,000 square foot Zone Distribution Center in Tampa. With inventory of electrical supplies, commercial and industrial lighting, communications, and security products available for next-day delivery servicing our Florida locations.

First established in 1869, Graybar has a stellar reputation in the management of supply chains of high-quality components. Graybar employs thousands of men and women at more than 260 locations and is one of the largest employee-owned companies in North America. We have the presence and power of a large company combined with the integrity and honesty of a small neighborhood business.

Our primary mission at Graybar is to keep the energy footprint of commercial buildings as small as absolutely possible. More than 30 percent of energy used in commercial buildings is wasted needlessly. Graybar can help you monitor, control, report on, and greatly reduce that percentage. Our solutions will not only save on energy consumption, but have also been shown to decrease maintenance costs while increasing employee productivity and safety. These solutions will also get you closer to your long term sustainability goals like reducing overall energy consumption by 20 percent by the year 2020 as mandated by the federal government.

One way to reduce the energy envelope of your existing buildings is to retrofit the lighting systems. Simply swapping out lamps and ballasts can greatly improve lighting quality and increase efficiency. Over the course of two short years, most of our customers see a return on investment of up to 45 percent. Many electrical supplies are capable of installing directly into existing housings.

By properly implementing natural daylighting and internal sensors and time scheduling into new constructs, your building is sure to be optimally lit at all times of day and at a minimum energy cost.