Drive through most any area of South Jersey and you will see the backbone of our food supply chain, farms. Grain bin facilities at many of these farms handle and store, process, and ship raw agricultural commodities like wheat, soy, corn, oats, and more, and utilize many workers to keep them operating. This is why qualified and trusted grain bin electricians, like the ones here at Eric Krise Electric, are important to the overall health and safety of the workers and of the grain bins themselves.

Installations and Inspections

Grain bin facilities are an important part of the farming industry but can pose great hazards if not managed properly.  According to OSHA, suffocation, explosions, and falls claim the lives of many farm workers each year.

The grain bin electricians at Eric Krise Electrical are licensed and insured to serve farms throughout the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland (License No. NJ 16241, DE T1-0005866, MD 13672) areas. The electrical expertise necessary to safely run and maintain a grain bin facility requires a contractor that is well-versed in this type of operation. Our team not only has years of grain bin electrical installation experience but many of us grew up or still live and work on farms.


Eric Krise Electrical’s grain bin electricians can assist you with:

Our Guarantee

We guarantee our work to come in on time and on budget, with the highest level of professionalism and quality offered in the electrical industry and with as little disruption to your day-to-day business.

The National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) sets minimum clearances for high-voltage lines near grain bins and depend upon the height of the bin and the distance from the side of the bin and the National Electric Code (NEC) has guidelines concerning the electrical wiring from the meter location to the loads. We can help you satisfy those guidelines.

Eric Krise Electrical has the experience and expertise to help you avoid problems, enhance safety on your farm, and can help with all of your grain bins, grain dryers, and electrical installation needs.