Electrical Panel Upgrades

Navarre Electrical Panel Upgrades

The electrical panel is a fundamental component of a home electrical system. It acts as the control center for distributing electricity throughout the home. Its main purpose is to protect the circuits from overloading and prevent electrical fires by controlling the flow of electricity. When you suspect your panel might be damaged, wearing out, or plain old outdated, it’s important to act promptly and call for professional help. 

3 Signs Your Electrical Panel Is Outdated

Electrical panels don’t last forever, and after a while they need to be replaced. If you live in an older property or you have common electrical issues, it may be time to upgrade your panel to a newer and higher-capacity model. 

Here are three common signs to watch out for:

  • Strange sounds coming from your panel: If you notice unusual sounds like buzzing, crackling, or popping noises coming from your electrical panel, it could indicate electrical issues. These sounds may result from loose connections, damaged wiring, or overloaded circuits within the panel.
  • Rusted electrical panels: Rust on the electrical panel is a clear indicator of moisture or water damage. Rust compromises the integrity of the panel, potentially leading to electrical malfunctions or even short circuits. 
  • Frequent breaker trips: Breakers are designed to trip and interrupt the flow of electricity when there is an overload or fault in the circuit. Continuous breaker trips can cause inconvenience and also pose a safety risk. 

Our Navarre electrical panel upgrade professionals stand by their work with a warranty. Call today at (850) 601-8663 or contact us online to get a free estimate.

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Types of Electrical Panels 

There are three main types of electrical panels that are commonly found in homes. Here’s how they function: 

  • Breaker Panel: A breaker panel, also known as a circuit breaker panel or distribution board, is the central control point for the electrical system, housing your main circuit breakers that protect individual circuits throughout the house.
  • Lug Panel: Lug panels are commonly used in situations where the main electrical entrance and the panel itself are located separately, such as in basements or utility rooms. The use of lug panels allows electricians to expand the scope of where electricity can reach without dramatically rewiring the home. 
  • Subpanel: As their name suggests, subpanels are additional panels that are connected to the main electrical panel and expand the capacity of the existing electrical system when more circuits are needed. Subpanels are typically installed in areas where a large number of circuits are required, such as workshops, home offices, home additions. 

Depending on the age of your home, you may not even have a breaker panel—while rare, some older properties still run on fuse boxes. If you do, you need to have it upgraded to a modern panel as soon as possible. ABC Electricity is prepared to handle any repair work that may be needed.

Call Our Navarre Electrician Panel Upgrade Team Today

As a locally-owned and veteran-owned business, we understand firsthand the stresses that homeowners feel when it comes to keeping their homes safe and their budgets in order. We respond promptly to calls, and you can ask about same-day scheduling and emergency service. We offer financing and payment plans to help people better manage their budgets. 

From our Navarre office, we routinely serve homeowners throughout Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, and Escambia counties. Contact ABC Electricity at (850) 601-8663 today.

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