Electrical Panel Repairs & Upgrades
Technology is growing and eventually your home will be too powerful for the panel to run the electricity you need to power all of the stuff we need. But, it’s especially important for you to know the warning signs because a faulty service panel is not something to mess with.
Have you noticed any flickering lights in your home or an Arcing, or electric sizzling sound coming from inside the unit, it’s not safe to ignore them. At Top Shelf Electric, our professional electricians in Denver will look at your service panel for any of these issues and more.
For an example Arcing is a surge in electricity that can send incorrect voltages around your house. This means that appliances you have around your home could not function if they get too little electricity, or overload and become a fire hazard if they get too much. Don’t take the risk.
When you upgrade to a 200 AMP breaker panel, though, you can ensure that your electrical panel box is not only able to handle the power demands of your home but is also much safer.
Our electrical repair technicians know what a hassle any electrical problems can be, which is why we’ll always respond to any requests for service as quickly as possible. And because all of our technicians are licensed, background checked, and professionally trained, you’re guaranteed to receive the best quality service and workmanship available when you call us.
At Top Shelf, we know how important electricity is to your home. So whether you need a complete rewiring of your home, a routine safety inspection, or just have a flickering bulb on the back porch, we’ll be ready to give you fast, professional service and take care of the problem. We know how important they are, so we’ll never take any Top Shelf repair lightly.
Why Upgrade Your Electrical Panel?
You may be wondering, “When do I need to upgrade my homes electrical panel?”
Here are a couple of reasons that will likely require you to upgrade your current electric panel or what is sometimes referred to as your service panel.
- Adding an air conditioner
- Adding a hot tub, spa or pool
- Renovating the kitchen
- Adding on additional rooms
- Adding a home office
- Adding a workshop
- Using power consuming equipment
- Putting in a new refrigerator
- A house that doesn’t have enough power for your needs
- Breakers frequently trip when you turn on an appliance