Along with local inventory, Graybar Port Charlotte is serviced by our 243,000 square foot Distribution Center in Tampa, making electrical, communications and security products available for next-day delivery.
One of the largest employee-owned companies in the United States, Graybar has thousands of men and women working at our more than 260 North American locations. We specialize in the logistic support and supply of thousands of high-quality electrical supplies.
Getting the right materials into the hands of customers when and where they need it is our specialty. Graybar Port Charlotte stocks and distributes thousands of quality products from thousands of brand name manufacturers. We offer everything needed to keep a project running from start to finish, and our technical specialists are glad to help with product selection.
Lighting alone accounts for more than 20 percent of the energy costs in most commercial buildings. In as little as 2 years, lighting upgrades can pay for themselves and even offer a significant return on investment. Graybar Port Charlotte can assist in retrofitting and overhauling any existing buildings and even help in the planning of new buildings.
With more than thirty percent of the annual $202.3 billion in energy costs being used inefficiently, cutting energy bills is crucial for every commercial facility manager. Eliminating energy expenditures has never been easier with Graybar’s commercial and industrial lighting consultants helping every step of the way. Using a combination of occupancy sensors, dimmers, and time scheduling, lighting control systems provide the ultimate in energy cost control.
Saving energy helps to massively reduce the footprint of commercial buildings on the environment as well. The lighting systems and electrical supplies of today are far more efficient and environmentally friendly than in the past. Yesteryear’s technology, however, contains toxic waste like mercury. By properly recycling old lighting waste, Graybar Port Charlotte can help your business avoid costly environmental liability and adverse publicity.