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Your panel regulates the electricity flowing through your house. If the maximum amount of electricity is exceeded on a circuit, a circuit breaker is tripped to stop the electricity from overloading the wiring. An overload will start a fire, so it’s the Panel’s job to break the circuit and regulate the system’s electricity to keep your home and family safe.
Why you should upgrade your panel:
- Circuit Capacity
- Safety Features
- Aluminum Wiring
- Electric Load Capacity
- Increases the Property Value
- Increased Home Safety
Insurance companies usually get strict when they find out the home has a fuse panel and recommend the panel switched to a breaker panel system. Everyone is familiar with the old screw-in fuses.
Get Your Panel Checked
If your panel is like a decade or more years old, you will need to get a new panel to replace your old one.
Symptoms of Faulty Panels:
- Lights flicker – old electrical panels can malfunction, but usually, the problem stems from overloaded circuits.
- Circuit breaker often trip – panel is malfunctioning or defective. A breaker that fails to trip will cause fire, smoke, and melted wires from overheating in the worst case.
Signs that your panel needs upgrade:
- Crackling sound from the panel
- Corrosion and rust from the circuit breakers
- The interior of the panel is warm
- Appliances are not running at full power
- You do not have a main breaker
Panel Upgrade Service Include:
- Service Upgrades
- Meter Base Repairs
- Meter Base Replacements
- Service Mast Repairs
- Replace Weather Head
- New Grounding Systems
- Whole House Surge Protection Devices
- Label Household Circuits on Existing Panels
- Sub Panels
Why choose the service of The Flash Electric LLC
When you have a busy schedule, you need to rely on a company that turns up at the time agreed – a time convenient for you. When you call The Flash Electric LLC, you can be sure that we’ll be there.
Our mission is to provide excellent work at an affordable price. Usually, we will equal or exceed the costs of our rivals. Contact The Flash Electric LLC to give you a quote on your next job. If you need any help with Surge Protection, we will surely be there to help you. We are located in Gainesville, GA, and is open for 24 hours a day, seven days a week.