Raleigh Circuit Breaker Installation & Repair
Avoid Electrical Overloads with Our Attentive Service
Corrosion and outdated parts in your circuit breakers often lead to electrical system overloads. If you're fortunate, this will merely cut off electricity to your home. However, if it has been a while since your circuit breakers were attended to, it could easily start a fire or cause electrical shock.
Prevent property damage by calling our Triad-area electrical repair service
team at Tidal Electrical Services, Inc. We offer free up-front estimates
and a low price guarantee.
Contact us today!
Identify the Source of the Shortage
Usually, plugging in a larger appliance to a properly balanced outlet won't blow a fuse. However, corroded circuits, faulty wires, and bad connections can cause the fuse to blow. Sometimes, this causes irreversible damage to your appliance.
You may need updates to your circuit breakers if:
- You cannot run more than one appliance on a fuse
- You notice visible damage to the fuse box or surrounding wires
- You recently installed high voltage appliances or an extensive lighting system
Secure Your Circuits to Protect Your Business
Commercial buildings, in particular, should have their circuit breakers regularly inspected and updated. Due to the high demand on your building's electricity, the circuit board needs to be able to run many appliances at once. If plugging in a coffee maker turns off the entire copy room, production can be halted for your company's entire day.
Avoid lost profits and safety hazards by installing new circuit breakers. Our experienced electrical service technicians can examine your electrical panel and recommend an upgrade if necessary. We are particularly adept at providing ways to more productively access your building's electricity without increasing the frequency of power outages.
While we're reviewing your circuits, consider asking about a commercial generator to help further protect your business. Find out more by calling our Raleigh electricians serving Triangle and Triad at (855) 910-6750.