Electrical Panel Experts in Ogden
Installation & Maintenance for Home Breaker Panels
One of the most important components of your home’s electrical system is probably hiding in an innocuous corner of your basement, housed behind a gray metal door: your main breaker panel. The breaker determines the amount of electricity your home can use simultaneously and contains individual breakers that trip to stop your circuits from overloading.
Unless it happens frequently, an occasionally tripped breaker is no cause for alarm. Simply find the switch that corresponds to the tripped circuit and switch it back to “on.” There are times, however, when your main breaker may need more attention.
Call (801) 829-9730 to have your home breakers inspected by Master Electrical Service.
When to Consider Maintenance or Replacement
Since the main breaker panel is integral to your home’s electrical system, breaker panel problems can cause difficulties all over your home.
Various signs can indicate you may need to repair or upgrade your main breaker panel:
- A humming sound coming from the panel
- Moisture or water damage around the panel
- Frequent breaker tripping
- A constant need to use extension cords
- A fuse system in the panel rather than a modern circuit breaker system
Prevent Problems with Professional Maintenance
At Master Electrical Service, we complete a home safety check with every job, including a look at your main breaker panel. We check for any loose components, old wiring, or frequently overloaded switches and can quickly identify the correct solution. We can also maintain your breaker panel, so it doesn’t develop any of these problems in the future.
Preventative maintenance on electrical devices is known to decrease failure rates. Our Ogden electricians have the experience you need to keep your circuits running right. Whether you’re updating your old home for safety or building a new home, we want to be the ones to set up your system and make sure it’s safe for years to come.
Get the best help for your home electrical needs by contacting Master Electrical Service at (801) 829-9730.