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Electrical Panel Upgrades in Ocala, FL

Mr. Electric Provides Electrical Panel Upgrades in Ocala, FL

Mr. Electric of Ocala provides homeowners throughout Ocala, Belleview, Summerfield, and Dunnellon, Florida with electrical panel upgrades. As your local leader for all electrical services, you can always count on us to keep you and your family safe. Your home's electrical panel is responsible for powering all the electronics and appliances in your home, including the dishwasher, televisions, computers, washing machines, and other devices. However, as your electrical panel ages, it has a more difficult time keeping up with the demands of your home. If you start noticing some signs of a failing electrical panel system, you can contact our team today for an upgrade. Our team has the knowledge and experience to ensure your outdated electrical panel system is correctly replaced with one that can meet your family's needs. Schedule your consultation today.

Electrical Panel Upgrades in Ocala, FL
Mr. Electric Provides Electrical Panel Upgrades in Ocala, FL
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  • You spend more time than ever in your home, and the increased electrical demands may be too much for your electrical panel. If your home is over 25 years old and you notice any of the following, it may benefit you to schedule an electrical panel upgrade. Our team can inspect your home's electrical system and determine if the electricity used daily is overburdening it. Some of the most common signs that your home's electrical panel is insufficient for your overall electrical needs include:

    • Appliance Usage – If you need to unplug or turn off one appliance to use another, such as a washer machine or dryer, it indicates your electrical panel is failing.
    • Breaker Trips – Circuit breaker trips happen from time to time. However, you shouldn't be making continual trips to the circuit breaker to turn back on an appliance.
    • Flickering lights – When your home is struggling to meet the demands of your electrical needs, one of the most common signs you may notice is flickering lights.
  • Ignoring the common warning signs of a failing electrical panel can lead to a dangerous fire hazard. We recommend having it checked out by a licensed and experienced electrician if your electrical panel is over 25 years old. Continually operating on an outdated system can cause numerous problems that cost you money and risk your safety. You should schedule an electrical panel upgrade if:

    • Your electrical panel is making a crackling sound.
    • You can't use your appliances on a 100-amp electrical service.
    • Corrosion and rust begin to form on the circuit breakers.
    • You rely on extension cords.
    • The panel is emanating any amount of heat
    • Your appliances aren't running at full power.
    • You only have a 60-amp electrical service to power your home.
    • You're using an outdated fuse block or split-bus panel.
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We Can Replace Several Outdated Electrical Panel Types

As electrical technology has evolved over the decades, different types of electrical panels have been installed depending on the year the home was built. At Mr. Electric of Ocala, we have the knowledge, skill, and tools to replace the outdated electrical systems installed in your home with a brand-new, more efficient electrical panel. Learn more about the types of outdated electrical panels that may be present in your home:

  • Federal Pacific Electric (FPE) Panel – These panels were extremely popular between 1950 and 1980. However, these types of panels have been classified as unsafe by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission due to manufacturing defects that led to fires and electric shock.
  • Zinsco Panel – Zinsco panels include a factory defect that allows power to flow even when the breaker is switched off, posing a significant danger to your family and property. These panels were taken off the market in 1970 but may still be installed in your home.
  • Pushmatic Electrical Panel – Pushmatic electrical panels are missing an essential safety feature: the main break shut-off, designed to stop electricity from entering the panel.
  • Fuse Boxes – A fuse box is an outdated electric panel type that can typically only handle between 30-60 amps of power. Some of the components, such as the fuses, are no longer available. Making fuse boxes inefficient, expensive to operate, and inadequate for many homes.

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