Granite City Electric Supply has gone digital. The electrical supplier has spent the last year creating a living, breathing information resource for the community of Electrical Contractors. A modernization in a slowly adapting industry, the new granitecityelectric.com is a place to learn, share best practices, and have a community exchange of ideas.
The new site is also an ecommerce platform where customers can find and purchase electrical supplies complete with data, cut sheets, and MSDS sheets. Customers can create an account, place orders and schedule deliveries, quickly and efficiently right from their desktop, laptop, tablet or phone. The site is fully loaded with electrical contractor tools and resources including electrical and energy saving mobile applications, lighting calculators and tools, and manufacturer online education and training.
The biggest addition to the site is the Electrical Solution Center. Broken down by residential, commercial and industrial electrical topics, this area of the site is for electrical professionals looking to read or share industry tips, tools, and best practices. This electrical information center has something for everyone – constant updates on new products, trends and applications. Customers who submit their own tip, video or product review will have the chance to win Boston Red Sox tickets and spending a Fantasy Day at Fenway Park.
To ensure the site is well maintained, Granite City Electric Supply has hired a new and fully-dedicated Digital Marketing Specialist whose sole job is to keep the web site and social media pages current with interesting content including branch events and energy summits.
Granite City Electric Supply is the area’s premiere electrical distributor serving electrical contractors as well as residential, commercial and industrial customers for over 90 years. With 28 branches covering Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont and Connecticut, they are the largest regional independent electrical supply company and the official distributor of electrical supplies to the Boston Red Sox. http://www.granitecityelectric.com.Tagged with tED