Since 1869, Graybar has established itself as one North Americas leading commercial and industrial lighting suppliers, with more than 260 North American locations stocking thousands of high quality electrical supplies from hundreds of industry-leading manufacturers.
Graybar Columbia serves the Columbia metro area as well as Boone and Randolph counties in Missouri. When in need of end-to-end solutions for lighting projects, a switchgear upgrade, a local or wide area network, or even a half-mile of electrical conduit, Graybar Columbia has it, and we deliver it when and where it is needed.
At Graybar Columbia, one of our largest missions is to provide energy saving solutions for commercial building managers, so as to help cut your costs and help protect our planet’s resources. Over 30 percent of the energy used in commercial buildings is effectively wasted. Our systems can help you control, monitor, report on and reduce energy costs across the board. By integrating smart controls, we can help you to reach and exceed your long-term sustainability goals, like reducing your overall energy usage 20 percent by the year 2020 as required the federal government.
When designed and implemented correctly, natural daylight sources can drastically reduce peak time usage costs during the day. In conjunction with advanced automated control boards, occupancy sensors, and both manual and daylight dimmer switches, these design features stand to reduce your energy use by as much as 67 percent.
When overhauling electrical systems, recycling the old components is a key part of a complete retrofit. The lighting systems of yesteryear contain some very harmful materials such as mercury. Federal guidelines mandate very specific disposal procedures regarding these materials and Graybar Columbia is an example to others on proper recycling practices.
Whether you are looking to retrofit existing buildings, or start your new construction projects on the path of efficiency, Graybar Columbia is your go-to commercial lighting and electrical supplier in Missouri.