Electrical Panel & Breaker Installation

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Professional Panel & Breaker Solutions

Are you often sprinting down to your electrical box to reset tripped circuit breakers? If you’ve come to know your electrical panel better than some members of your household lately – or if your electricity is experiencing other issues that may be related to improper electrical overloading – then we suggest calling Tidal today to get to the bottom of the issue. There’s a good chance that you need a new electrical panel or that you may need to upgrade your existing electrical panel to a higher amp model. This isn’t something that you want to troubleshoot or attempt on your own, as faulty wiring could leave your property more at risk of fire.


You should never be surprised when your electrician delivers your bill. Before we perform services, we make sure to review your electrical needs and the proposed cost of those repairs. Our customers repeatedly report that our prices are not only competitive but also fair and honest. We never recommend repairs you don’t need, and we guarantee our upfront pricing principles.


Panel and Breakers Service

No job is too big or too small for our experienced, professional electricians as it pertains to your panel and breakers. Here's a look at the range of services that we provide to residential property owners:

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Electrical Panel Installation Upgrades

Like we noted above, sometimes homeowners just need to upgrade their electrical panel from a 60-amp unit to a 100 or 200 amp unit to adequately handle the electrical demands of a household.
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Electrical Panel Replacement

On average, electrical panels last anywhere from 20 to 30 years. If your panel still has fuses instead of circuit breakers or your panel is just getting up there in age, it could be time to have it replaced.
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Breaker Panel Repair & Replacement

In addition to circuit breaker installation, we also specialize in performing breaker panel repairs and replacements.
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GFCI Installation

Ground-fault circuit interrupters, or GFCIs, work to quickly shut off electrical power if a ground fault is detected. This important electrical safety upgrade, which is required by code for most outlets today, helps prevent electric shock and electrical fires.
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Surge Protection

Whether it's from a lightning storm, static electricity, magnetic fields or something else, any surge in voltage can do some serious damage to your electrically-powered appliances. Surge protectors can help shield these devices from damage due to voltage spikes.
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Dedicated Circuit Installation

Dedicated circuits are those that come directly from your home's main electrical panel to provide power to one - and only one - appliance. Dedicated circuits are required by national electric code for home appliances that draw a significant amount of power. These may include refrigerators, washers, dryers and stoves, among others.
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Electrical Circuit Installation

Need to add a new electrical circuit? We can handle that too.

Panel & Breaker Box FAQ

Can a Breaker Box Be Moved?

If you need to relocate your breaker box for home improvements or other reasons, you will need to hire an electrician to do the work. You may also need to get a permit in advance. The box is connected to the wiring to various circuits in the home, in addition to the main service wire. In order to move it, your electrician has to assess the condition of the wiring and make a plan to upgrade or extend it. The cost and complication depend on the distance and other factors.

Why Does My Breaker Box Keep Tripping?

If your circuit breaker keeps tripping, you may need to hire an electrician to evaluate the circuit and find the problem. Here is what to do.

How Can I Tell If My Circuit Breaker Is Bad?

Circuit breakers can either break down or wear out over time, and the symptoms for each are not necessarily the same. You’ll know you have a bad circuit breaker if it keeps tripping or will not reset. In the most serious cases, you may notice a burning smell or signs of melting wires. It is a good idea to schedule an inspection at least once every few years, to ensure that the system still works as it should.

What Should I Do If My Circuit Breaker Won’t Reset?

If your circuit breaker will not reset, there are a few things you should do. First, ensure that you are actually turning off the breaker correctly to reset it. Second, check for appliances or fixtures that may be causing the breaker to trip. Third, consider the possibility that the circuit is overloaded. Finally, hire an electrician to inspect the circuit. A circuit that will not reset may need expert repairs to prevent further damage.

Contact Us Today

For more information on our wide range of panel and breakers service, contact us today. As experienced professionals in all things electricity, we’ll work to ensure that your home is up to code and the electricity flowing throughout your property is powering your appliances in a safe, effective manner. Contact us today for more information and to schedule your appointment.
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