The electrical panel is the central piece of any electrical system in your home or business. The electrical panel distributes the power that comes into your home, and each circuit that provides you electricity is protected by a breaker in the panel. Breakers trip when an electrical circuit draws too much power.
It is critical for the safety and security of your home or business that the electrical breaker being used is the right size for the circuit it protects. If a breaker is hot, buzzing, or frequently tripping, that could be a sign of trouble in your electrical breaker panel. It is very important to maintain, service, and check your circuit breaker panel regularly to keep your home or business safe. Harp’s professional electricians perform circuit breaker and electrical panel checks on every service call. Our electricians look for signs of wear and anything that might compromise the safety of your home or business.
Is your panel overloaded with too many circuit breakers? Homes today are packed with high-tech and high-power electronic devices, and appliances that the homebuilder may not have had in mind when constructing your home. Many older homes with original panels are typically loaded beyond a safe capacity and present a major fire risk. Overloaded panels will generate heat that can burn which can create dangerous and costly problems. Buzzing, humming, or sizzling sounds are often the first and important indicators of an electrical problem within your circuit breaker panel. It is critical that your circuit breaker panel be checked before your home or business is in danger.
Harp can also upgrade your electrical meter and panel if you need to bring more power into your home or business. Our complete electrical services can deliver a new panel, a new meter, a new grounding system, new breakers, new service entry wires, and new power connections that you may need from your power company.
Sub panels are great options to create additional space or upgrade your panel to provide more room for additional circuits. Installing new circuits to an overloaded panel is not recommended and can create major panel damage and put your home or business in jeopardy.
Let Harp be the first you call for all your Tulsa Electrical Breaker Services.