This is an indication your electrical panel may be wearing down and should be replaced.
If you've tried to reset the breakers but they keep tripping, you may have a faulty electrical panel.
Signs of electrical burning are a sure-fire sign that something is wrong with your panel. You should contact an electrician ASAP if you notice these signs.
If you're using high-voltage appliances and see your lights start to flicker or dim, that could be a sign you need a new panel.
If you have a fuse box or a panel from one of the manufacturers listed below, you should have a professional install a new electrical panel.
Once we diagnose your electrical issue, you'll get a price to fix your wiring before any work begins—so there are no surprises.
Tell us what equipment you'd like installed, and we'll send an installation specialist to determine how much it will cost—for free.
If rewiring is needed because the existing wiring is old or faulty, then the cost of the project will be greater.
If your panel is severely damaged, you'll likely need a new panel, which raises the cost.
Electrical panels with a higher amperage rating cost more. Additionally, panels with more circuit breaker slots are more expensive.
Some panels are easier to remove than others because of how they were initially installed. A more difficult removal will raise the cost of the replacement.
To accommodate the new electrical panel, it may be necessary to replace your home's wiring if it's outdated. Replacing old wiring will increase the price.
Are you installing the electrical panel in a new location? If so, the cost will be greater compared to replacing a panel in the same location.
Schedule your appointment. If you schedule online, we'll call you as soon as we can to confirm your appointment.
One of our electricians will arrive at your home and inspect your electrical panel to find the issue. Based on the severity of the problem, our electrician will give you upfront pricing on the cost to repair or replace your panel.
Once you sign off on the repair/replacement quote, you can sit back and relax while we do all the hard work. Repairing an electrical panel typically takes 3–4 hours; replacing one usually takes 6–8 hours.
After the job is complete, we'll make sure you have an opportunity to speak with us about how everything went. Our first priority is your comfort and satisfaction. So, if any part of the job wasn’t handled to your standards, just let us know and we’ll make it right.