Woolace Electric recently completed a lighting project for St. Mary's Church in Edgerton, OH. The goal of the project was to improve safety and aesthetics, and that goal was completed quickly and effectively. The new lights keep the church well illuminated at night, and makes it easier to see when walking...
In November of 2018, Kelsey McDade re-joined the staff at Woolace Electric to assist with various accounting and audit responsibilities. A Woolace family member, Kelsey worked part-time at Woolace Electric in the early 2000’s while attending Miami University. After obtaining her B.S. degree in Accounting in 2004, Kelsey worked for one of the largest family owned businesses in...Read more
Tyler Woolace recently earned a Level 1 Electrical Thermographer certification from the Infrared Training Center, in accordance with ANSI/ASNT CP-105 and CP-189 of the American Society for Non-Destructive Testing. This certification allows Woolace Electric to add infrared thermography testing to its services to customers. Thermography is used for a variety of condition monitoring/preventative maintenance applications. Utilizing thermal...Read more
In September of 2018, Woolace Electric received approval from the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation (BWC) for a Safety Intervention Grant application to purchase equipment designed to extract and contain crystalline silica dust. The equipment has been purchased with Ohio BWC providing $3 for every $1 spent. Items purchased for this safety intervention include DeWalt HEPA...Read more