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The most important reason to update your older home’s electrical system is safety. Homes that are more than 30 years old are not equipped for modern electrical demands. When many older homes were built, they were designed with only 30, 50, or 60 amps for the entire home using just a few circuits. A circuit breaker is designed to protect your home by tripping and turning off when the wire running from your electrical panel to your appliances or devices becomes overloaded and in danger of becoming hot and catching fire.
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Have you ever experienced an electrical shock when turning on an electrical appliance in your home? One reason this could be happening is that your house is not properly grounded or it has no grounding at all within the branch circuit wiring. Having an electrical contractor look into this issue is vital, but before you
Plugged In’s Master Electricians are happy to provide an inspection of every electrical panel they come across. However, what are some reasons to upgrade your electrical panel? Today’s electronics draw more power than homebuilders even 25 years ago could even imagine. 40-60 inch televisions, computers in every bedroom, cellular devices, 1500 watt microwave/convection ovens, induction
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