Electrical Panel Services in Prescott, AZ
Our family-owned company has several years of experience resolving property owners’ electrical issues. All our electricians are fully licensed and there’s no job too small or too big for us to handle. When our customers call us, we strive not just to meet their expectations, but to exceed them. With competitive pricing and a 100% satisfaction guarantee, there’s no reason to delay getting the electrical panel services you need. Call today to book your appointment.
Electrical Panels: What Are They and What Do They Do?
Electrical panels, also known as fuse boxes or breaker boxes, are collections of automated switches that regulate power delivery and protect users from electrical hazards. The panel’s primary function is to cut the flow of electrical current when a fault or overload occurs. And, when these problems occur, you can count on us for the area’s highest quality Electrical Services.
Which Signs Indicate the Need for a Panel Upgrade?
Now that we’ve explained the role electrical panels play in a home’s electrical system, it’s time for you to learn which signs to look for when considering upgrading to better materials.
The home’s advanced age. Although age isn’t the only factor determining the need for panel upgrades and replacements, it can also indicate the system’s age. An older system is more likely to have problems than a newer one, so if you’re unsure of the electrical system’s age, call one of our electricians for a safety inspection.
Insufficient amperage. Most of today’s homes are built with 200-amp systems that meet families’ power needs. However, most older installations don’t provide enough energy.
There’s a fuse box. If your panel uses fuses instead of breaker switches, it’s time for an upgrade. Fuse boxes typically have only two to four appliance circuits, which is not enough for a modern home. By comparison, a breaker panel may contain 24 circuits or more.
Safety is one of the biggest reasons to upgrade a home’s electrical system. Call our team to learn how our electrical panel services can help improve your home’s capabilities, increase its resale value, and bring it up to code.
What Are the Most Common Electrical Panel Problems?
Like other parts of a home, an electrical panel has a finite lifespan. Even if you’re seeing no signs of trouble, such as broken or constantly tripping circuit breakers, there may be hidden problems. During our panel services, we’ll check grounding and look for problems such as:
- Melted or hot wiring
- Circuit breakers that will not trip
- Breakers that trip too often
- Flickering lights
- Blown fuses
We typically recommend a panel upgrade if you are:
- Getting new appliances
- Installing additional outlets
- Installing 240V circuits
- Adding subpanels
- Living in an older home
Meeting homeowner’s insurance requirements for a new or existing policy
Does it seem as if your breakers keep tripping no matter what you try? Aside from the time you waste flipping switches, you’ll always worry about overloading the system. When there are too many devices and appliances connected to a circuit, it may overload and overheat, melting the wiring and creating a significant fire hazard.
No matter how big or small your concern may be, we can meet your needs for electrical panel replacement and repair. Circuit breaker issues don’t go away on their own. To address them, you’ll need help from a certified electrician. Call us now to schedule service.
Electrical Panel Repair Services
With our team, every panel repair or upgrade begins with a thorough inspection. It’s the only way to identify all issues and recommend the right solutions. Here are just a few of the panel services we offer:
- Upgrades for when an existing panel doesn’t meet your needs
- Breaker replacement for improved functionality
- Circuit installation for safer power delivery
- Panel rewiring and bus bar installation for safety
- Panel relocation
Whether you’re replacing one breaker or the entire panel, we want to help. Call or click now to book your next appointment with us.
You’re In Good Hands With Us
Electrical repairs are complex and sometimes dangerous, which means it’s important to have them done by trained professionals. All our electricians are fully insured, licensed, and background checked, so you can bring them into your home with confidence. We always follow state and local electrical codes, so you can be sure that we’ll do the job right the first time.
If you’d like to know what sets us apart from our competitors, we’d love to show you. Use our online form to schedule an appointment or call for additional information on our panel upgrade and repair services.