Circuit Panel Changes & Upgrades
Virginia Beach Master Licensed Electricians
Do your lights flicker when a major appliance turns on? Are you building a new addition in your Virginia Beach area home? If so, you may need a circuit panel change or upgrade. Your circuit panel is designed to prevent electrical fires and other electrical issues in your home.
Electricity flows from an outside source (a utility company), through a service entrance, and then is passed through various phases of your home’s electrical system before moving through an individual circuit breaker on your panel. However, if your home’s circuit panel is too old or has been damaged in any way, you may need a circuit panel upgrade to protect against costly repairs in the future.
Whatever the case may be, be sure to contact American Mechanical for circuit panel changes, upgrades, and heavy ups in the Virginia Beach area. Our Master licensed technicians will work with you every step of the way during your in-home project. We’ll perform a comprehensive analysis of your current electrical panel to determine the proper size and power needed to protect your home.
Signs You Need to Upgrade Your Circuit Panel
There are many reasons why you may need to upgrade the electrical panel in your Virginia Beach home. If you are building an addition on your home it’s vital for a professional electrician to inspect your circuit panel. We can help you determine if your current electrical system can safely monitor the increase in power and that your wiring meets local and state code.
You should also consider upgrading your circuit panel if:
- Your circuit panel is more than 20 years old.
- Your lights flicker when a major appliance turns on.
- Your circuit panel is hot to the touch.
- Your circuit panel is a split-buss panel.
Why Us for Your Circuit Panel Changes & Upgrades?
American Mechanical is a full-service electrical service provider in Virginia Beach. We highly urge customers with any of the above conditions to call us immediately in order to protect your family and property from electrical shock or an electrical fire.
Our complete electric panel change also includes upgrading your electrical system’s grounding and bonding system. This protects against electrical shock and improves the response time whenever your system short circuits.
Not sure if you need a circuit panel change? Don’t sweat it! Our staff is fully trained and capable of answering any of your electrical questions. Contact us at (757) 347-8549 today!