Panel Upgrades

If you own an older home, chances are that the electrical panel could be outdated. When people buy or renovate a home, they often neglect to update the electrical panel, and this can cause headaches down the road. Some homes older than 40 years can have a fuse box, which requires new fuses when burnouts occur. Homes older than 20 years were typically built with a 60 or 100 amp panel, which can fail to support our modern 200 amp needs.

Does your electrical panel trip frequently? Do your lights flicker or dim when other appliances are turned on? These could be signs that you need to have your electrical panel inspected and determine if an upgrade is the best option for you. We offer fully licensed electrical services to ensure your panel is safe and up to modern standards.

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