We’re a family owned business offering complete Circuit Breaker Replacement & Upgrades. Our professional electricians can help you with any commercial and residential wiring. We’ve completed hundreds of Circuit Breaker Replacements & Upgrades throughout the area. Please see our service list below and contact us today. We serve the entire DFW metroplex and our professional electricians are fast and efficient.
What are the benefits of a Circuit Breaker Replacement or Upgrade?
● defects in equipment plugged into the circuit
● shorts in the circuit
● faulty wiring
● overheated circuitsA Tripped Circuit Breaker looks like it is between the ON and OFF positions and will
wiggle before resetting. Most breakers can be reset simply by flipping the switch OFF
and then ON. In some cases, however, a breaker will continue to trip after it has been
reset. If this happens it is best to have it looked at by a Licensed Electrician.Circuit Breaker Won’t Reset – This is a more serious problem than a tripping circuit
breaker. The circuit breaker could be heat damaged or there is an short in the
electrical circuit. Contact us for help with a Circuit Breaker that will not reset.Circuit Breaker – Standard circuit breakers control the amp level and provide the
proper electrical power supply through a circuit to power devices and appliances. When
a circuit becomes overloaded or overheated the breaker will “trip”, cutting the electricity
to the problem circuit preventing damage to the wiring, devices, and appliances and
preventing possible fire.Arc Fault Breaker – Also known as arc fault circuit interrupters, are designed to detect
arching in electrical outlets and electrical switches and once an arc has been detected
will stop the flow of electrical current to avoid electrical shock. Arc fault breakers are
often required and installed in new home construction and when upgrading your home’s
electrical panel. GFCI Circuit Breaker – The main function of a GFCI (Ground FaultCircuit Interrupter) is to trip and stop the flow of electrical current when moisture is
detected in order to avoid electrical shock. GFCI outlets should be installed as
receptacles in all wet locations including garages, basements, bathrooms, kitchen
counter circuits, laundry rooms, and for swimming pool and spa lighting and equipment.
We offers free GFCI Inspections with every service call. Your technicians will test your
GFI’s with a dial-in milli-volt tester to determine their exact trip factor and efficiency.Surge Protection Breaker – The Surge Breaker is designed to provide complete home
surge protection for sensitive electronics and appliances from the damaging effects of
surges. The Surge Breaker provides flexibility and space savings in the panel.