Electrical Panel Tacoma WA
Install a new electrical panel Tacoma WA. This will make your home safer and allow for for future safe electrical upgrades.
Appliances today can easily overload your home electrical system. In many older homes, resulting in problems that may become a safety concern. Old out of date electrical wiring, old electrical panels, and outdated fuse boxes may cause all kinds of problems that are easy to prevent. So Consider the many benefits of a new electrical panel Tacoma WA.
When is it time for a new Electrical Panel Tacoma WA?
There is no single factor. Things you may want to consider; the age of your Tacoma home and your current electrical panel needs. If you plan future improvements in your Tacoma home, you may also require electrical improvements. so a new electrical panel just makes sense. If you have safety concerns with your current electrical panel, you should consult a Washington State Licensed Electrical Contractor.
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Do you need a new Electrical Panel Now?
- If you have flickering or dimming lights, you may have electrical faults or circuit overload.
- If you do not have room for additional circuit breakers or fusses, an electrical upgrade will make it easier for safe home improvements in the future.
- Constant tripping of circuit breakers or blowing fusses are a sign that your electrical circuits may be overloaded.
- Two prong outlets (non-ground outlets) limit appliance use in your Tacoma.
- GFI outlets in bathrooms, kitchens, garage spaces or outdoors are now required.
- Piggy-back or Dog-pile circuits can be dangerous and often illegal. If you have the presence of this condition, you should consider a new electrical panel.
- If you have a Federal Pacific (FPE) Electrical Panel, we recommend replacement.
FPE electrical panels have not been manufactured since the early 1980’s. Having a Federal Pacific (FPE) panel in your home does not automatically mean that it needs replacement. However this may often come up as a result of a home inspection or a home owner insurance requirement. So often you may be faced with an electrical panel upgrade more often sooner than later.