Chances are you give very little thought to your electrical or breaker panel. However, it's still one of the most crucial parts of your home’s electrical system. Also known as the breaker box, the electrical panel is critical because all the electricity you use in your home flows through it. A failing breaker panel can be very inconvenient, even a safety hazard. That’s why you should have your breaker panel checked by qualified electricians or maybe even replaced or upgraded.
That’s what we do at Edison Electric, Inc. We provide fast, reliable, and affordable electrical panel services. Whether you need a panel upgrade, breaker repair, or breaker box replacement, we’ve got you covered. The residents of St. Paul, MN trust our team of experts to keep their electrical systems functioning properly.
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When It’s Time to Replace Your Circuit Breaker
When you consider how much we rely on electricity for day-to-day activities, it helps to know when it’s time for a circuit breaker replacement. Here are times where you may need to call an expert for repairs or replacement:
- Circuit breaker trips frequently.
- Appliances performing poorly.
- Scorch marks around the breaker or your appliances.
- Burning smell coming from the electrical panel.
- Unusual sizzling sounds.
- Flickering or dimming lights.
Benefits of Upgrading Your Breaker Panel
If your home has an older electrical panel, you might be wondering if there are any significant benefits of upgrading to a new panel. Some of the perks include:
- Facilitate more safety features and circuits.
- Take advantage of safer aluminum wiring.
- Increase your home’s resale value.
- Provide more consistent power.
- Comply with insurance regulations.
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Reasons to Hire a Professional for Electrical Panel Installation
Installing a breaker panel involves numerous factors. You’ll need to plan the placement of all devices that will connect to each circuit, such as switches, fixtures, appliances, and receptacles. You’ll also need to be sure the new panel can meet your power demands. Depending on the electrical code regulations and the project's scope, you may need to get a permit before installing an electrical panel.
The actual panel installation process is no walk in the park either. One error can significantly damage your home's electrical circuitry and potentially cause serious injury or even death. When it comes to installing an electrical panel, enlist the services of a certified, professional electrical contractor like Edison Electric, Inc. You can count on us to do the job quickly, efficiently, and safely.