As technology changes, you will need more power in your home. HD TVs and fast computers use more energy than an old electrical panel can support. Devices designed in previous decades can only handle up to a hundred amps. Most modern homes use approximately two hundred amperes.
Upgrading your Old Electrical Panel Box
Your home’s electrical panel may have a severe problem if it’s over twenty years of age. There were some electrical panels back then that might have bad designs. This might lead to electrical fires. Electrical panels installed after 2000 are quite safe and reliable. Those designed before 2000 might need electrical panel repair or Electrical Panel upgrades.
We depend more and more on electronic devices in our day-to-day lives. Your existing old electrical panel might have a hard time meeting today’s energy demands. If you have any doubts about an electric panel, have Redhawk Electric test your board. This may prevent an electrical fire. Your old circuit breaker box might also become a problem when you decide to sell your house. Most home buyers want to know that a home’s electric system is up to date. A panel upgrade requires the replacement of your existing breaker box. New electrical boards provide high capacity. Before you consider a do it yourself job replacing an electrical panel, read our article:
Keep your house’s power system in great shape. Keep your family and property safe with a new electrical panel. For extra safety, make sure that you install a whole house surge suppressor as well. Saving money is always a concern for our clients, but so is safety.
Contact Redhawk Electricians Early for an Electrical Panel Replacement
Our services are available when it’s time to do an electrical panel inspection. We can replace your electrical service panel. We focus on customer service, along with delivering quality. Besides, our electricians can upgrade your current electrical panel. The new panel will meet your long-term growth needs. Get your electrical panel inspection soon to avoid problems. Learn more about electrical panels.
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