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Your electrical service panel or load center connects external wires coming from the street to the internal wires of your home’s electric system. It’s the primary system that connects the service drop or service wire to the branch circuits that split off and service different parts of the home. Homeowners are responsible for all issues related to the electric service panel versus the electric company.
If you have a newer home, likely you have an electrical service panel. Older homes with aging electrical systems may have a fuse box, fuse panel, or circuit breaker panel.
Homes built from 1950 to 1990 may have brands such as Stab-Lok or Zinsco electrical panels. These electrical panels can present safety hazards due to potential mechanical failure. If you don’t call us to check this out, please call your preferred electrician to have it replaced.
Federal Pacific, Splitbus, Zinsco, Bulldog, Frank Adams, Hughes, Wadsworth, Challenger, Pushmatic, Sylvania
When your electrical circuits trip, it can mean your electrical system may need a check-up.
Typically when one of these four things occurs, breakers will cut power to keep things safe. However, if you have breakers that trip frequently, you should have it checked out. Breakers do get old and the mechanics wear out.
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We install high-quality Square D products and service all brands.
Matt C. performed detailed service call on our A/C today. He was very thorough and helpful and understanding of our concerns. He represented All Comfort in a professional and polite way. We were left with a thorough understanding following the service call.