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Electrical Panel Repairs and Replacements
A reliable electrical panel is at the heart of every safe building. Whether you bought an old house or upgrading appliances in your home, we can assess and update the safety of your electrical panel today. Learn more about Panel Repairs and Replacements for your home and business today.
Schedule a home inspection with our qualified electricians for a thorough look at your electrical system and assess any potential fire hazards around your house and yard. We can evaluate your electrical systems to assure it meets code and compliance standards.
We offer complete surge protection solutions to protect your systems, electronics, and appliances against damage from hazardous power surges. Colorado’s uncertain weather conditions can lead to very serious power outages and surges. Let us make sure your home and family are safe.
Ground Fault Protection
When a ground fault occurs, any electrical current traveling along the broken path will seek a new path to the ground. This can be an extremely dangerous situation. We are committed to protecting you and your home from these types of dangerous ground faults. Call us today to inspect your current ground fault protection.
We can help you test existing, or install new smoke detectors to protect your home. We will also recommend installing carbon monoxide detectors strategically in your home to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning and promote a safer place to live.
Codes & Compliance
Our electricians are knowledgeable and trained in current electrical safety codes and guidelines. We can provide the electrical solutions to bring your home up to date and up to code.
We are committed to electrical safety
- Examine Wiring – We’ll keep an eye out for frayed or exposed wires and see if nearby power lines are up to code.
- Upgrade Circuit Box – An old circuit box is more susceptible to surges and outages.
- Examine All Critical Electrical Components Prone To Failure – We will safeguard your electrical system.
- Install GFCIs – Ground fault protection is essential to providing a safe environment for you and your family.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is GFCI?
Why Do My GFCI Outlets Keep Failing?
Failed internal socket connections are fairly common in older outlets. For example, have you ever noticed how your phone charger easily slips out of an outlet? That often signifies a loose wire or a failing internal socket connection.
You could fix this by cutting off power at the breaker box, opening the outlet, and fastening the connections.
But if the outlet has this problem, it will eventually loosen up again. We recommend calling an electrician and ordering new parts for an outlet. As we’ve said, a fully-functioning GFCI outlet is the first line of defense to protect your family and home from electrical fire and shocks. This isn’t something to skimp out on.
How To Childproof Your Colorado Home for Electrical Safety
Electrical components pose serious risks that may be life-threatening. Electric shocks and arc flashes can cause serious bodily harm like burns, nerve damage, blindness, hearing loss, and in extreme cases, death. Understanding electrical safety for kids may save you or a loved one’s life. Below are 3 easy ways to childproof your home for electrical safety:
- Install Plastic Outlet Inserts!
- Secure your Electrical Cords and Plugs!
- Hide Devices and Cords!
Electrical Safety Tips for Working From Home
Are you one of the many lucky work-from-home professionals? Your home office may feel like familiar turf, but there are still hazards abound that you need to plan for. Electrical systems, from outlets to power cords, are one of those hazards. When planning your home office, you should always prioritize your electrical safety at home.
- Avoid Overloading Outlets
- Use Light Bulbs of Proper Wattage
- Don’t Run Cords Under Carpets or Doors
- Replace Damaged Extension Cords
- Keep Power Tools Away from Water
- Keep Kids and Pets Safe
- Know When to Call a Pro
Can I Do My Own Electrical Work In Colorado?
Why Should You NOT Do Your Own Electrical Work
Without proper training and equipment, you may not be able to complete the task successfully. In addition, a lack of resources can lead to frustration, injury, and expensive repairs when something goes wrong with your attempt to be an electrician.
Professional residential electricians have the experience and knowledge necessary to complete any task. You do not have to worry about paying for additional repairs or incurring fines from your municipality if they discover wiring problems.
Finally, hiring a residential electrician will ensure the fast completion of work. Professional electrical work means that your house is safe and up to code while ensuring it will not take longer than necessary. Taking too long would increase the costs associated with them completing the job.
Signs It’s Time To Call Your Local Electrician
While there are plenty of home projects suitable for do-it-yourself approaches, electrical work is rarely among them. Your home’s electrical system is highly complex, often difficult to access, and, most important of all, hazardous. It is important for your local electrician to keep you safe.
Today, most homes have about 220 to 240 volts coming in from the main power line, with an amperage of between 100 and 400 amps, depending on the house’s age and the electrical system’s nature. It takes only 0.01 amp to create a painful shock and 0.1 to 0.2 amps to kill a person.
- Age of Home
- Panel Deterioration
- Outlet Update
- Heat and Sparks
- Makeshift Insulation Check
- Insufficient Outlets
- Overly-Burdened Outlets
- Electrical Failure
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