Electrical Panel and System Upgrades

In case you have been stalling the process of getting an electrical panel or system upgrade done, you shouldn’t wait any longer. Butterworth Electric will send out one of our qualified electricians to take a closer look at your home’s electrical system and evaluate what needs to be done to eliminate any potential electrical hazards that may occur.

Another aspect that you need to consider is the fact that most homes have an average age of 35 years. This means the electrical system could require some attention since it is getting old. Also, most of these homes were built before the modern day gadgets and appliances were on the market. Therefore, there is a possibility that the electrical circuits may not be able to handle the increased loads anymore, which could cause problems.

Here are a few questions that could indicate that your home’s electrical system may need attention:

Do your lights flicker?
Do your breakers trip constantly?
Do your fuses blow out regularly?
Do you hear a crackling noise above your panel?
Do your electrical service conductors overheat?
Have you added a hot tub or sauna?
Do you have a 60 amp electrical service?
Do you require more outlets?
Did your homeowner’s insurance mandate an electrical upgrade?
Do your breakers get hot?
Do your electrical appliances require more power?
Do you require a 240V circuit?
Do you require a surge protector?
Do you have ungrounded outlets?

These are a several questions you should ask yourself. In case this all sounds too technical to you, then all you need to do is call Butterworth Electric. We will send out an expert to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your electrical system. At the end of our evaluation and if some issues arise then you should have them dealt with. At your request, Butterworth Electric would optimize the functioning of your electrical system with any upgrades and new electrical code requirements required. This would eliminate possible electrical hazards in the future.

Our foremost priority is the safety of you and your family.