Frequently Asked Questions – FAQ

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From time to time, you may wonder about something electricity related or you may have questions about whether or not an electrical device or appliance around your home or office needs to be replaced. Check our Frequently Asked Questions first. We may have already answered your question.

Question: How Do I Know If My Electrical Panel Needs To Be Replaced?

Answer: The typical electrical panel usually has a lifespan of about 20 to 30 years. Check your building records and see if any of the following apply to your home or office. If so, then there is a good chance that you need to either have your panel updated or upgraded.

Do You Have Any Of These Symptoms?

  • Your panel has fuses instead of circuit breakers
  • You want to add additional circuits but the panel is full
  • Your breakers frequently trip
  • You are planning to upgrade or remodel your home
  • You have a Federal Pacific Panel
  • Your panel does not meet current electrical codes
  • There is rust or corrosion on the panel or circuit breakers

Hopefully, You Found The Answer To Your Question

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