Circuit Breaker & Electrical Panel Repair & Installation
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Get Rid of Your Circuit Breaker Problems
The electrical system is like the nervous system of your home. Once your electrical panel begins to fail, it will affect your whole system. The panel is a very important part of your electrical system because it houses the circuit breakers, which manage the flow of electricity, safeguard against short-circuit and over-current hazards, and hinder devastating electrical fires.
With the help of our Triad Electrical Services professionals, you will not have to continue to stress and worry about your electrical panel continuing to be an issue. Our experienced electricians are trained and skilled at repairing and installing electrical panels for any home or business. We are the #1 electrical services professionals in Cary and the surrounding areas. Give us a call for a free quote.
How Do I Know When it is Time For A New Electrical Panel?
If the lights in your home are flickering or there are signs of a tripped breaker, you may need a new electrical panel installed. The flickering lights may be happening either because you don’t have enough power coming from the utility, or the wires and infrastructure have been damaged. Fortunately, The experienced electricians at Triad Electrical Services can assess the situation and find a solution that will prevent you from worrying about any electrical issues in your home.
Contact Triad Electrical Services if your home shows any of the following signs indicating you need an electrical panel replacement:
- The panel feels hot or looks burnt or melted
- The breakers and wires look disorganized or damaged
- You need to add more circuits, but the panel has no free slots
- Your home is out of date and has 60-amp electrical service when 100+ is normal in modern electrical panels
- You regularly experience breaker trips when using everyday appliances
Why Choose Us
Our professionals will finish your lighting on time and leave you completely satisfied.
We will always work around your time and schedule.
We will give you your pricing upfront so you can have all of the information you need about your desired service.
We have the knowledge and skill as well as the licensing and experience to advise on any electrical issue.
Why Do I Need to Replace My Circuit Breaker?
As an important part of your home, your circuit breaker helps you and your family remain safe. However, if you want to ensure that your circuit breaker is always in the best shape then it’s a good idea to be proactive with maintenance. More importantly, you should be aware of when it is time to replace your circuit breaker.
Signs of Physical Damage – One way to tell when it is time to replace your circuit breakers is if there are marks around the breakers or outlets. Not only will you notice changes in your breakers, but your appliances as well. This means that the wires on your appliances may be melting. If your wires have begun to melt it is time to have your circuit breakers replaced. It is also best to unplug your appliances to avoid a fire hazard and give our Triad professionals a call.
Circuit Breaker Trips More Than Usual – A circuit breaker is designed to trip. Circuit breakers help to protect your home in cases in which they’re drawing too much power. However, it becomes a problem if it’s tripping each time you turn on one of your brand-new appliances. This is a sign that it may be worn out. Constant tripping means that it is time to have your circuit breaker replaced.
Poorly Performing Appliances – Has your oven started to bake unevenly? Is your dryer shutting off in the middle of a cycle? It may not be the appliances that need to be replaced but the circuit breaker. You may also have to consider replacing your electrical panel if your appliances have started to perform poorly. So, before saying good-bye to your appliance, give our Triad Electrical Services professionals a call today.
Burning Smell Around Panel – If there is a burning smell coming from around your panel, then it is a sign that your insulation and wires are overheating. This also means that there is an electrical short that your panel is failing to protect you from. Once this happens, your main power should be cut off and you should give our Triad professionals a call immediately.
We are the top electrical professionals in Cary and the surrounding areas specializing in electrical panel circuit breaker installation. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment for your installation service.
Don't Let the Corrosion Take Over Your Breaker
Corrosion around your circuit breaker can be a shock hazard. Unfortunately, electrical panels can be subject to moisture exposure, caused by water damage, leading to corrosion. It might be tempting to fix the problem yourself, especially if you’re handy around the house, but if you are not licensed to handle the electrical parts of your home, it is best to call in an experienced and licensed professional to handle the issues.
So, don’t try to fix the corroded electrical parts yourself. Let our licensed professionals help. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment for your electrical service.