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Services Panel Upgrade

We offer Emergency Electrical Service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

Anyone that is looking for an electrical contractor needs to choose one that is Licensed and Insured. This way you are ensured that you are getting a true professional that will be available to assist you with all of your electrical needs. 

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  • This is not a do-it-yourself project; major wiring changes should be done by a licensed electrical contractor. Check with your local planning department for any local restrictions or requirements; generally a permit is needed. Permit costs vary widely nationwide.
  • If needed, the upgrading process can include repairing old wiring, adding a copper grounding pole, and removing and replacing the old panel.
  • Replacing an electrical main or main breaker panel is often an important thing to consider, especially if you have an older home. Some older homes still have fuse boxes and newer breaker boxes have technology that is often better than older breaker boxes. If you are concerned about your electrical main, you should call in a professional electrician to take a look at your situation

    Power from the electrical company's line flows through a home's outside meter and into the electrical service panel, which controls the flow of electricity into the house. Total electrical usage cannot exceed the panel's capacity, which can be 100, 150, 200 or 400 amps. Homes may also have sub-panels that are located elsewhere, which are smaller versions of the main panel and wired through it.

    Panel Upgrade If your breakers are constantly tripping, your lights flickering, and you’re only able operate one kitchen appliance at a time, it’s time to upgrade or replace your electrical panel. Also, when adding major appliances and/or circuits you may need to upgrade the existing panel for more electrical support. Old panels and breakers stop functioning properly, and may not trip when the circuit is overloaded. If you live in an older home, chances are good that your electrical system was built to outdated code standards. Hence your electrical system may already be working near or beyond its intended capacity.

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