Electrical Services in Jacksonville, FL and the Surrounding Areas
Most homeowners can sleep soundly knowing their electric panel, also known as a breaker box, will protect them by tripping off when a circuit overload occurs. However many homes built between the 1950s and 1990 still have circuit breakers made by the defunct companies, which may not trip, thus posing a fire hazard. Or maybe you’ve traipsed down to the basement and discovered a faulty circuit breaker or an outdated fuse box. It’s probably be time to hire a qualified electrician replace it?
What’s Involved in a Main Breaker Panel?
A main breaker panel installation consists of:
- The Meter
- The Primary Conduit
- Main Breaker panel
Circuit Breaker Upgrades
Electrical panels provide electricity to your whole home. As you upgrade the appliances, you sometimes need to also upgrade the electrical service panels to adequately supply them with power. Old breaker boxes can cause flickering lights, blown fuses and more.