Electrical Panels

We are a full service electrical company.

Properly installing and maintaining your electrical systems is of the utmost importance to us.


Electrical Panels

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Electrical Panel Upgrades

Your home is one large electric circuit and the electrical panel regulates the electricity running through your home. If too much electricity is being pulled from a circuit, this causes the breaker to “trip” or shut down to stop the electricity from overloading the wiring. An overload can be hazardous and cause a fire or smoke damage. Some panel upgrades should be made soon after signs of failure. Some indications include flickering lights, buzzing, crackling sounds and blown fuses. In some cases, heat can build up within walls and result in a fire.

Call KP Electric if you see any odd electrical behavior. We often recommend an upgrade in order to improve the overall quality of the electrical system. Upgrading your electric panel can be for functional and financial purposes. As homes get older, increased electrical use from a variety of modern devices such as televisions, computers and other electrical gadgets can be overwhelming for the homes’ electrical power. As technology increases, so does power requirements. Prospective homeowners may look at old panels as a sign of a home in poor condition, so upgrading a panel can be of big help during the sale of a property as well.

Your home’s electrical panel has a very important role in keeping your home and family safe so we’re here to help and make sure all is current and working properly.


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Checking Your Electrical Panel

Your breaker box should be checked regularly.
Here are some signs to look for to see if you might need a new electrical panel:
  • Breaker trips often
  • Strange or crackling sounds from the breaker box
  • You see corrosion and rust on the breaker switches
  • Wires that appear melted
  • The interior of the breaker box feels warm.
  • You need surge protectors for computers and other valuable appliances
  • You’re always using extension cords.
  • Your home has a 60-amp electrical service.
  • Your older home has a fuse block panel or split-buss panel, which do not have a main breaker.
  • Burning smell from breaker box
  • Appliances are running at less than full power or overheat quickly or often
  • Your home has two-pronged outlets, not three-pronged grounded outlets.
  • Outlets near water sources – such as sinks, tubs, dishwashers and clothes washer lines – are do not have GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupters) in them. These outlets stop the electricity if an appliance comes into contact with water, preventing electrocution

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