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Electrical Panel Upgrade

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Do you need help with your electrical panel upgrade? The job of your home’s electrical panel is to regulate the electricity and break the circuit if too much energy is overloading the wire. Too much energy on a wire or circuit can cause a fire; your panel is vital to keeping your home and family safe. But, as homes and the electric components begin to age, the electrical panel has difficulty maintaining the increased electrical output from appliances, HVAC systems, TVs and more. If your home’s electrical panel is more than 10 years old, call us for a maintenance and upgrade inspection.

There are several key indicators that your home’s electrical panel is in need of an upgrade. The first would be age: if it is more than 25 years old, the entire panel should be replaced with an upgraded, more efficient model. Other signs include crackling noise, corrosion, rust, warm to the touch and appliances not running at full power. Homeowners experiencing any, or several, of these issues with their electrical panel should call us immediately to discuss upgrade routes. Your old panel can begin to malfunction, overload circuits, trip the breakers and can eventually cause a fire if update options are not pursued.

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In some instances, rather than a full upgrade, an electrical panel maintenance repair service is sufficient to fix any issues within the panel. Our technicians will evaluate your panel, checking for burnt wires, damaged circuits, moisture and more. After the evaluation, we’ll compare the panel to your home’s entire system and electrical demands. Once deemed a repair is all that is necessary, we’ll discuss the details of the project including timeframe, if we need to cut power and pricing. Repairs can range from rewiring to installing additional circuits, relocating the panel and more. These maintenance repairs will keep your electrical panel performing to premium standards for several more years. If your panel is old, outdated and/or causing electrical issues, an immediate inspection from a professional general electrician is vital to ensure no fuses blow or catch fire.

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Your main electrical panel is the brain of your home’s electrical system. It feeds all of the circuits and wiring that power the appliances, lights, HVAC system and other devices that make your home efficient, safe and comfortable. Older homes often have an outdated electrical panel that lacks the sophistication and technology to keep up with today’s demand for power. Even in newer homes, electrical panels frequently need to be replaced or paired up with sub-panels to meet a family’s ever-increasing demand for power. Our trained technicians can handle even the most challenging electrical panel replacement. There’s nothing our team hasn’t seen or dealt with in our many years in the electrical service industry. Our experienced installers will recommend the electrical panel that’s right for your home’s size and power needs.

We’ll install a state-of-the-art electrical panel to provide you with efficient, reliable electricity where and when you need it. Plus, your new panel will give you peace of mind knowing your system is safe and up to date. Here are some of the reasons your home might need an electrical panel replacement: Your home has a screw-in fuse panel or the panel is obsolete. Your home lost its UL listing because of a faulty main breaker or circuit breaker. Your lights are constantly flickering. Your breakers trip frequently and your fuses blow often. You need to turn off one appliance to use another. Your circuit breakers fail to trip, causing shocks, overheating and fire. Some of your electrical wiring is melted. Your appliances no longer run at full power. There’s corrosion or rust on your breakers or panel. There are crackling sounds coming from your panel box. Your home is equipped with two-pronged outlets that aren’t grounded. You lack ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) where needed. You’re heavily relying on surge protectors. Your home is running on 60-amp electrical service. The amp service in your home isn’t sufficient to run your appliances. You’re using a lot of extension cords. Your home’s electrical panel doesn’t have a main breaker.

So you’ve done some searching on the internet. And you’re thinking you might be able to replace your electrical panel yourself. Well, you should think again. Working with electricity is complicated and can be dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. Messing with electricity when you lack the proper training and experience can lead to injuries, fires and worse. You should leave it to the experts who are trained, licensed and insured to handle panel replacements and other electrical services.

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