Circuit Breaker Repair & Replacement
Does your breaker keep tripping?
Tripped breakers happen to everyone. In fact, they are designed to do just that! As a necessary safety measure, circuit breakers “trip” to protect your home from overloaded and short circuits, and even dangerous electrical fires.
If you notice your breaker tripping frequently, take note as you may have a larger electrical problem on your hands. If you are using more amperage than what your breaker can handle you may need to have a breaker changed or have additional circuits added.
Why Do Breakers Trip?
- Circuit Overload
- Short Circuit
- Ground Fault
Circuit breakers are designed to protect an electrical circuit by interrupting circuit flow upon detection of a fault condition. When the amperage rating exceeds the value labeled on the breaker for instance, the breaker will shut down the whole circuit. Simply put, if you have a 100-amp breaker and it exceeds that amperage, it will trip.
A more serious cause for a tripped breaker is a short circuit or ground fault condition. They are more difficult to diagnose and could signal a more serious problem. It is important to have GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupters) and AFCI (arc fault circuit interrupters) outlets installed throughout your home for protection against dangerous fault conditions.
Whether you are looking to increase amperage, diagnose a safety issue, or install a new electrical circuit, our electricians have the expertise and equipment necessary for completing professional circuit breaker repairs and replacements quickly and efficiently. Your Satisfaction is 100% Guaranteed!
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