Electrical Panel Repair, Replacement, and Installation in Dallas-Fort Worth
Electrical Panels, Circuit Breakers, and Breaker Boxes
Your electrical panel (a.k.a. fuse box, breaker box, or circuit breaker panel) is responsible for distributing power across your home’s various circuits. It’s designed to trip and shut off when too much current flows through one particular circuit, preventing heat from accumulating in your wires and preventing electrical fires. Of course, like all things, these panels age, and their components wear out over time. Whether you need one circuit breaker replaced or a completely remodeled panel, call the expert electricians at Bacon Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electric today!
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Bacon has handled electrical panel projects of all shapes and sizes.
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How to Know if You Have a Faulty Electrical Panel
There are several signs to watch for when considering a panel upgrade or replacement:
- Age of the panel: Indoor panels can last up to 40 years, and outdoor panels up to 30 years. Older panels may not have updated electrical flow to support today’s technology.
- Flickering lights: Flickering lights are a warning sign of poor electrical connections.
- Federal Pacific or Zinsco Panels: Some older homes and buildings may still have fuse boxes. While they haven’t been produced since the 80s, these panels are not up to code and can be responsible for house fires.
If you have one particular circuit that seems to shut off inexplicably, even with no significant electrical load, you may need to replace a faulty breaker. Circuit breakers do wear out, and replacing one is a fairly common task. If you’re not sure whether your electrical panel needs to be repaired, replaced, or upgraded, call Bacon Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electric today! We will inspect your panel, diagnose any issues, and recommend the best course of action for your home.