Breaker Panel Installation, Service or Replacement
Your electrical panel has a lifespan, even if you aren’t seeing typical warning signs, like constantly tripping breakers or a switch that won’t reset. Your circuit breaker panel should be checked regularly for signs it’s time for service or replacement.
Your electrical panel may need service if your:
- Wires are hot to the touch, or melted
- Breaker won’t trip
- Breakers are constantly tripping
- Lights flicker
- Fuses blow
You may need to install a new panel if you’re:
- Adding appliances
- Doing home renovations
- Installing electrical outlets
- Installing a 240 volt circuit
- Adding a sub panel
- Living in a home built before 1990
- Required to upgrade by your insurance company
Does it seems like no matter what you do, your breaker keeps tripping. Besides the wasted time tinkering around the electrical panel, you feel constantly on edge about overloading your system.
When too many appliances are plugged into the same circuit, it can become overheated, melting wires and evolving into a serious fire hazard.
Whatever your concern, your electrical panel can easily become in need of repair or replacement. Don’t ignore your circuit breaker issues. Assess your panel, with a certified electrician.
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You don’t want just anyone messing with your electrical panel an uncertified, uninsured handyman can’t be held financially accountable for their mess-ups.
You need help from a fully licensed and trained electrician who can diagnosis and fix your problem, safely.
Our electricians must pass a written examination and go through local and national background checks. Not to mention, each must adhere to the latest electrical codes and standards.
We’re here to get the job done right, the first time, saving you time and money.
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