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Electrical Panel Services in Frisco

Repairs & Upgrades in Prosper, Celina, and Little Elm

Your electrical panel, also known as a breaker box, serves as the central hub for electricity in your home or business. It regulates the flow of electricity to the various circuits that carry power throughout the property. A quality panel will make your electrical system operate safely and efficiently, but an old, outdated, or undersized panel could lead to some serious problems.

At Benchmark Electrical Services, we offer comprehensive electrical panel services in Frisco, as well as the surrounding communities of Prosper, Celina, and Little Elm. Our goal is to ensure that your panel will withstand the demands of modern electrical usage. Whether you need an upgrade to increase capacity or you’re looking to fix some ongoing problems, reach out to us for service you can trust.

Contact us today to schedule your electrical panel upgrade or installation.

7 Signs To Replace Your Electric Panel

If you're considering whether it's time to replace your electric panel, here are seven signs that might indicate it's necessary:

  • Frequent Tripping of Circuit Breakers: If your circuit breakers frequently trip, it might indicate that your electrical panel is either overloaded or malfunctioning. This could pose a safety risk and requires prompt attention.
  • Fluctuating Lights: Lights that flicker or dim when appliances are turned on may suggest that your electrical panel is struggling to manage the load. This could signal outdated or faulty wiring.
  • Presence of Unusual Odors or Scorch Marks: If you detect a burning smell or notice scorch marks near your electrical panel, it's a serious indication of electrical problems. Address these immediately to mitigate the risk of fire.
  • Outdated Panel Type: Homes equipped with fuse boxes or older electrical panels may need upgrading to modern circuit breaker panels. Older panels might not meet current safety standards or cope with the electrical demands of contemporary appliances and devices.
  • Corrosion or Rust: Corrosion or rust on your electrical panel could point to moisture issues, which might lead to electrical shorts and other safety hazards. It's crucial to have a professional electrician inspect and resolve any signs of corrosion.
  • Frequent GFCI Outlet Trips: Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlets are designed to prevent electrical shocks. Frequent tripping of these outlets could indicate underlying electrical system problems that require attention.
  • Strange Buzzing Noises: Unusual buzzing or humming sounds emanating from your electrical panel could signify loose connections or internal issues. These should be investigated promptly by a qualified electrician to prevent further complications or safety risks.

If any of these signs are present, it's imperative to have your electrical system assessed by a licensed electrician. They can evaluate the condition of your electrical panel and recommend necessary repairs or replacements to ensure the safety and reliability of your home's electrical infrastructure.

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Electrical Panel Repairs & Upgrades

As technology advances and electrical demands increase, older electrical panels may struggle to keep up. If you have an outdated panel or are experiencing issues such as frequent tripped breakers, flickering lights, or overheating circuits, it may be time for an upgrade. 

We offer the following services:

  • Panel installation: Do you need an electrical panel installed in your home? Our experts offer installation for premium-quality panels that utilize the latest technology.
  • Panel replacement: If your electrical panel was manufactured by Zinsco or American Pacific, it may have been recalled, and you should have it replaced immediately. If you have a panel from one of these manufacturers installed in your home, call us immediately!
  • Electrical panel upgrades: Our team of certified and skilled technicians specializes in electrical panel upgrades, providing you with a modern, reliable panel that meets the needs of your home or business. Whether you're renovating your property, adding new appliances, or simply looking to enhance the safety and efficiency of your electrical system, we can help. If your electrical panel is not rated to deliver at least 200 amps of current, call us today to learn more about installing a higher-capacity panel!
  • Electrical sub-panel installation: When your electrical system requires additional circuits or increased capacity, installing an electrical sub-panel is the solution. Sub-panels are also used for integrating new home additions, ADUs, or supplemental large appliances like new HVAC units.

We'll assess your current electrical panel, determine the appropriate size and capacity for your needs, and install a new panel or sub-panel with precision and care. With our electrical panel upgrade and installation services, you can enjoy improved electrical performance and increased safety.

Understanding Electrical Panels

An electrical panel consists of a series of circuit breakers housed within a metal enclosure. These breakers serve as switches that control the flow of electricity to individual circuits, shutting off power in the event of an overload or short circuit to prevent fires and electrical damage. 

The main breaker, typically located at the top of the panel, controls the flow of electricity from your electrical entrance into your home, while smaller branch circuit breakers manage power distribution to specific areas or appliances.

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Signs Your Electrical Panel Needs an Upgrade

Electrical panels can become outdated or overwhelmed by modern power demands, leading to potential safety hazards and electrical issues. Recognizing the signs that your electrical panel needs an upgrade is essential for maintaining a safe and efficient electrical system. 

Here are some common signs to watch out for:

  • Frequent circuit breaker tripping: Frequent tripping can disrupt your daily activities and may indicate that it's time for an upgrade to a larger capacity panel.
  • Flickering lights: Flickering or dimming lights could indicate loose connections or insufficient power supply from the panel, necessitating an upgrade to improve stability.
  • Burning smell: A burning odor could indicate overheating components or damaged wiring within the panel, posing a fire hazard. 
  • Warm or hot panel: Overheating panels can lead to melting insulation and increased fire risk. Upgrading to a modern panel can prevent these risks.
  • Outdated fuse box: Fuse boxes are outdated and less safe than modern circuit breaker panels, as they lack the safety features and capacity to handle today's electrical demands.
  • Visible signs of wear or damage: Inspect your electrical panel regularly for any signs of wear, corrosion, or damage, such as rust, melted insulation, or burnt marks. These issues can compromise the safety of your electrical system, warranting an upgrade to a new panel.

If you notice any of these warning signs, it's essential to consult with our electricians to assess the condition of your panel and determine the best course of action. An electrical panel upgrade can protect the safety, reliability, and functionality of your electrical system.

Benefits of Upgrading Your Electrical Panel

An electrical panel upgrade offers a host of benefits, including increased electrical capacity, improved safety, and enhanced convenience. With a modern panel, you'll have ample space for additional circuits to accommodate new appliances, home renovations, or increased power demands. As our lives become more electrified, room to grow and expand your power grid is essential.

Upgrading to a new breaker panel also reduces the risk of fires and other safety hazards associated with outdated panels or fuse boxes, providing you with peace of mind knowing that your electrical system is up to code and operating safely.

Schedule Your Electrical Panel Service Today 

When it's time to upgrade or maintain your electrical panel, selecting the right electrical contractor is crucial. At Benchmark Electrical Services, we stand out as a trusted and experienced choice for all your electrical panel needs. As a family-owned and operated company, we’re dedicated to delivering exceptional service, quality products, and unmatched customer satisfaction. From diagnosing issues to implementing solutions, we have the resources and capacity to handle any panel-related task with precision and efficiency. 

Call us at (469) 202-4624  to discuss your electrical panel project or book a service.

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