Electrician,Heavy-Up
Written by Larry Cook

Benefits of a 200 Amp Service Panel Upgrade

The service or circuit panel is an important component of every home’s electrical system, because it allows the system to function properly. According to some, a 100-amp service panel should be the minimum. However, this may not be enough for modern homes that are equipped with a heavy-duty HVAC unit, large appliances, entertainment systems, computers, an electrical car charger, and an ever-growing number of devices.

Keeping the future in mind, a 200-Amp service panel should be seriously considered. The following discusses the benefits of installing this upgrade for your home. Remember to talk to an experienced licensed electrician to get the best results for your project. 

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Commercial ,Home,Electrician ,Annapolis, MD
Written by Larry Cook

Updating an Older Home’s Electrical System – Part 1

Nowadays, the growing number of appliances and devices often overload the electrical systems of older houses, condominiums, and apartment buildings. This can lead to several problems that could have been prevented by updating electrical panels and wiring.

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electrical control panel, safety
Written by Larry Cook

Typical Issues Affecting Electrical Control Panels

The heart and brain of your home’s electrical system is the electrical control panel. As the connection to the utility power line, it distributes current to each circuit that runs throughout a house. The panel also houses circuit breakers, the safety devices that protect circuits from overloading and other dangers.

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electricians, wiring, installations
Written by Larry Cook

Consider an Electrical Wiring Upgrade During a Remodel

If you suspect your older home’s electrical system is not up to code, it may be time for an electrical wiring upgrade. Unfortunately, upgrades are labor intensive and costly because wires are located behind walls, and they need to be accessed one way or another. The project may take from 5 days to 2 weeks with a bill of several thousand dollars. So, if your home will be undergoing extensive remodeling, it makes sense to have an electrical wiring upgrade done simultaneously to save time and money. Let’s discuss the benefits.

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