Professional PANEL REPLACEMENT & UPGRADES
Today with all the advances in technology there is a demand for more electricity in our homes and offices. Many older homes have difficulty keeping up with the electrical demand. The heart of any electrical system is the electric panel. If the electrical panel is not capable of supporting all the electronics or appliances in a home, it can cause breakers to trip, lights to flicker or unexplained power outages. If this occurs than an electric panel replacement may be necessary.
It is important to have an electrical panel that can handle the amount of electricity needed for today’s homes, but more importantly, a panel that can be expanded with a family’s growing needs.
As an established and trusted electrical company, 24/7 Electric has the tools, knowledge and experience to install, repair or replace electric panels. Whether you’re looking to update an older home or are building a new property from the ground up, we are at your service to provide the thorough, dependable electrical work you’re looking for.
24/7 Electric strives to be environmentally responsible in all work we do. Our Energy Efficient Packages offer ongoing savings to our customers; but our panel and wire recycle programs is the heart of corporate responsibility.
Our experienced panel upgrade experts have you covered. Book your panel tune-up today!
Our Electric Panel Replacement Offers the Following Detailed Services
- Electric Panel Replacement
- Panel Upgrade
- Service Upgrade
- Electric Panel Upgrade
- Circuit Breakers
- Electric Service Panel Upgrade
- Replace Circuit Breakers
- Residential Panel Upgrades
- Commercial Panel Upgrades
- Electrical Wiring
- Electrical Panel Repairs
- 220v Circuits
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