Electrical Panel Changes

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we specialize in electric panel changes

Accurate Electric has over 31 years of combined experience, which is unrivaled in the industry, much less in the local area. Hence, when it comes to services such as electric panel changes in Hillsborough County, FL, and other areas we serve, look no further than our team.

The Role of Electrical Panels

If your home is more than 30 years, then it could be time to get a circuit panel replacement. Circuit panels are the major components when it comes to supplying electricity throughout the house.

In the modern setup, homes need more power than ever before. This means your electrical panel should be capable of supplying power safely and efficiently. In the past, an electrical panel with 50 amps would be enough to distribute lighting to every room using a pair of receptors.

But that’s not the case today where the electricity demand is more than just lighting rooms. An old electric panel won’t withstand the huge electricity demand from multiple electrical appliances and devices. Using it may cause it to overload, get damaged, or even cause a fire.

Common Issues We Address With Electric Panels

Some of the common problems that our electric company can address with electric panels include:

  • Out Dated equipment
  • Rust and corrosion
  • Improper wiring
  • Underpowered panels
  • Overcrowding
  • Flickering lights
  • Frequent circuit tripping
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signs changes are necessary

  • Your home is more than 25 years old: The lifespan of an electrical panel is between 25 to 30 years. This means if your home is more than 25 years, then it is time to make changes.
  • Circuit breakers trip from time to time: When circuit breakers trip more frequently, it’s an indication that the electrical demand for your existing panel is too high. You will need to change the electrical panel to match the electricity demand.
  • Fuse-based electrical panel: Fuse-based electrical panels are outdated and are often not powerful enough for modern electrical needs.
  • Noise coming from outlets: If there is any clicking, humming, or buzzing sound coming from your outlets, then it implies there’s a serious problem with the wiring, outlets, or electrical panel. Such issues should be addressed immediately to avoid a fire accident.
  • Overcrowding
  • The electrical panel is warm: Wires should not heat up if they are properly insulated and connected. But if you touch an electrical panel and realize it's warm, then it’s a sign of a problem.

contact us for electric panel solutions

At Accurate Electric, our goal is to make sure that our clients receive prompt and high-quality electricity services. Call us today for any residential and commercial electrical issues. You may also schedule an appointment when you fill out the online form.