Are You Considering Replacing Your Electrical Panel?
When you move into a beautiful old home, there are many things you might want to change about it before getting settled. You might want to apply a fresh coat of paint on the walls. You might want to install some new fixtures, and you might even want to install new insulation. But what about your home's electrical set-up?
Many homes built thirty or forty years ago were fitted with fuse panels that were designed to accommodate the lifestyles of that era. Most families had only a few appliances and one television in their home then. In the present-day, even the least extravagant households have several television sets, at least one computer, multiple large appliances, and more.
If a vintage fuse panel still powers your home, you've probably experienced frequent power outages and blown fuses. If you'd like to make those problems a thing of the past, give us a call.
We Are the Local Electricians Who Can Pair You with the Right Panel
Fuse panels from the households of generation's past were typically 40-amp at most. These days, you will find households with 100-amp and 200-amp circuit panels.
You might not know what type of panel is right for your home, but we certainly do. If your home is less than 3,000 square feet and does not have central air-conditioning features, we might suggest a panel with a 100-amp load. If you have a home that is mid-size or greater, we'd likely recommend a 200-amp panel.
Circuit Panel Upgrades: Your Circuit Panel Is Only as Reliable as Your Electrician
Whichever type of panel you wind up selecting for your home, you can rest easy knowing that your home's electrical system will be more efficient than ever when we're done with it. Your home's wiring will be up to code, and it will boost your home's overall energy-efficiency—guaranteed!
The Excellent Electrician Experience: A Free Consultation—and a Thorough Inspection
We're not in the business of guesswork or going with our guts. Any decisions we make will be based on the information we retrieve by thoroughly inspecting your home's old panel and electrical system.
Our Service Panel Upgrades Come with an Extended Warranty
With us, you get more than just a new electrical panel. You also get peace of mind in the form of an extended warranty. Your panel will be protected for years, and we'll always be just a phone call away.
Call us Today to Learn More About Electrical Panel Upgrades
Curious about our rates? Interested to know what type of panel would be best suited for your household? Call us at (315) 727-5488 today. We are ready to answer all your questions and more.