Commercial Projects

Sioux Falls’ population growth has been a direct result of the increasing number of jobs available in the city.  New businesses are always coming in to town, and some of them are More »

Charter II

Below are a number of images taken in progress of the Charter II project during the winter of 2007, one of Lloyd Construction’s projects. Pictured at left, wiring the Shoe Carnival. More »

Oakbrook West

Images from the bottom to the top of the Oakbrook West office building, built by Lloyd Construction. Pictured at left: Fixtures above the stairwell.  These can require special care to install; in More »

Jones Office Buildings

These are images from a couple of the single story office buildings built for Jones Construction & Consulting. Offices like these generally house approximately four tenants, depending on the buildout. Pictured at More »

Residential Projects

Hundreds of new homes are built in Sioux Falls each year, and Fink Electric enjoys being a part of the community’s growth.  From starter houses to lavish homes, Fink Electric can work More »

Brandon Home

Built in a housing development between Sioux Falls and Brandon, this split-level home required a lot of power. Pictured at left: Recessed lights above a Great Room. Great for focusing lighting to More »

Hartford Home

These images were all taken during the rough-in stage, before sheetrock blocks the studs where all the boxes and wire need to be placed. Pictured at left: Situated in the middle of More »

 

Brandon Home

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Built in a housing development between Sioux Falls and Brandon, this split-level home required a lot of power.
Pictured at left:
Recessed lights above a Great Room. Great for focusing lighting to specific locations on the floor below.

Wires need to be left hanging on the outside of any building so that lights can be added later.

Behind every wall there needs to be power, and wire needs to be fed to every opening.

Notice the alcoves in the ceiling. These set up perfectly for rope lighting, a popular way to add dim, ambiant light to any room.

The sheer amount of electrical openings that can be required to wire is sometimes surprising, especially considering this example is a home, not a commercial project.