For those who aren’t trained, electrical panels can be something of a mystery. It may seem that the only job of these panels is to deliver electricity, so if you need more electricity to support your household, you should just be able to add more circuits, right? Wrong. While part of the job of your electrical panel is to deliver electricity to your home, it does more than this. Your electrical panel acts as a safety device, channeling the turbulent electrical flow into circuits so that your home receives the amount of electricity the panel dictates. If you don’t have enough electricity to support your home – the normal amperage for homes these days is 200 – then it’s time to call a trained electrician for help in upgrading your panel.
Here are some classic signs that you should strongly consider upgrading your home’s electrical panel:
Upgrading your electrical box in Denver, CO, is a job that should only be handled by a licensed, trained electrician. Call the electrical experts at Bell Plumbing and Heating today for all your electrical panel upgrade needs!