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Main Panel Replacement

Are lights flickering all over your house? Do you have outlets that don’t work? These could be signs of damages in your main electrical panel. Your panel consists of delicate and precise equipment that needs to be installed correctly and maintained properly.

Socket Doctors specializes in main panel replacements and installations. All of our work is safe, up to code, and we never damage your walls. However, in the unlikely event that a wall is damaged, the sheetrock repair is on us! Call today if you feel your panel needs to be inspected or if you are wary of previous work that has been done to your system.

Main Panel Rejuvenation

Believe it or not, not all “electricians” know what they are doing. Many times when a basement is finished after a home was built or circuits are added at a later date, the “electrician” does not install the correct breakers. Proper breaker installation is required by your panel manufacturer, Underwriters Laboratories, and of course NFPA (National Fire Protection Agency). This is due to the studies on improper breakers causing damages to electrical equipment and homes.

Sometimes a full panel replacement is not needed, and rejuvenation is enough to make your home safe and up to code. Rejuvenation includes new manufacturer required breakers, new connections inside your equipment, and full panel labeling so you know what each breaker does.

Fuse Box Replacement

Fuse boxes are an outdated electrical system. While some fuse boxes are still safe, a breaker box is the recommended replacement. Breaker panels are much more sufficient and reliable, and you can install safety breakers such as an arc fault breaker or GFCI breaker to further protect your home and your family.

Sub Panels

Sub panels are needed in several instances, including but not limited to:

  • Wiring a basement or addition to your home when you no longer have space in the main panel
  • Your main panel is already overloaded making it unsafe and against code
  • Wiring pools or hot tubs

Sub panels vary in size as well as amperage. Installation of sub panels may vary – call for details.