Should I Have My Electrical Panel Of Circuits Upgraded?
If you frequently experience flickering lights or temporary outages, then you may already be familiar with your breaker box. It’s the little-hidden safe that hides the master electrical controls to your home. These safety boxes, also known as Electrical Service Panels, contain circuit breakers that are responsible for distributing energy throughout your home evenly and safely. If you have too many appliances/electronics plugged in at one time, then you may “trip” the circuits. You’ll know this has happened when you go to examine the service panel only to find the designated circuit in the off position. This is a problem that often occurs in older model homes or in homes where electronics are in frequent use. Save yourself the irritation and hazard of having to visit your breaker box and consider an upgrade. Furthermore, if you are thinking about expanding your home by remodeling or to simply add additional outlets, then you’ll definitely need to hire an Atlanta electrician to inspect and expand your existing electrical panel. You wouldn’t want to risk a code violation.
Bringing additional electricity into your home is not always a simple task. There are a lot more steps that need to be taken beyond simply adding a new switch. You may need to have your home rewired or change out the electric meter; jobs that are best left to the professionals. If you’re going to add additional outlets, then you need to have your breaker box upgraded as well to accommodate your new additions. Each area of the home should have its own breaker assigned in order to prevent circuit overload. An AllGood electrician can help you determine the right plan of action.
Your home’s former owner may have mapped things out perfectly for the current outlay of your home but might not have considered any future ways of improvement. Thus you come along with your need for a media room. Oh, the luxuries of modern day! The good news is we can help see your home projects to fruition provided that what you’re seeking is not in disagreement with current building codes.
So whether you’re searching for a solution to your home’s faulty panel, or looking to expand your current service panel to align with your modern thirst, AllGood has a solution for you.