If you think you may be in need of an electric panel upgrade or electric repair service in Clearwater, Tampa, Dunedin, St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, or Hillsborough County, FL area, it’s important to contact our team at Midway Services immediately. Don’t put it off, assuming it can be a problem dealt with later when things feel more convenient. Your home’s electricity is nothing to mess around with – especially when you consider all of the appliances and features in your home that depend on a constant supply of electricity.
The electrical system is the lifeblood of almost everything in your home that provides comfort or pleasure. Water heater, blow dryer, computer, TV, microwave oven, stove, refrigerator, and more, all depend on a constant supply of power. At the heart of all this is your electric panel. If you have a problem there, it can be felt throughout the house – and can be very dangerous if left uncorrected.
Electric panel upgrades are NOT a do-it-yourself project. Fortunately, we have professional electricians at Midway Services who are ready to fix your electrical panel issues.
What Is an Electrical Panel?
The electrical panel (also called the breaker box) takes care of all electrical circuit breakers in your home. It’s essentially the powerhouse for your home’s electricity. Your electrical panel is hardwired and extremely dangerous. Unless you are a licensed and trained electrician, you should not experiment with it in hopes of figuring it out yourself when something goes wrong. Our Clearwater, St Petersburg, and Tampa electric panel upgrade electricians all go through extensive training, and all are certified, licensed, and insured.
Signs You May Need an Electric Panel Upgrade:
- You have a lot of extension cords in your home
- Your panel box is making odd noises
- Your main breaker panel is hot to the touch
- Your lights often flicker
- Your lights dim when you turn on certain plug-in appliances
- Your power bills are higher than normal
- Your circuit breakers keep tripping
Are you constantly “blowing fuses” in your home? If you still have a fuse panel, it’s possible that your insurance company doesn’t like you very much. When your fused wiring (which runs throughout the walls in your home) become overworked, they will probably overheat. And when wires overheat, they can start fires. We believe that everyone should get a circuit breaker panel system in their home to ensure safety.
If your panel overheats, it can ruin the main lugs and conductors. Your problem could be as simple as outdated technology, especially if it was cheaply built or poorly installed. Or maybe you have a panel that has been corrupted or contaminated by other elements in your home. In any case, electric panel issues should be assessed and addressed as soon as possible.
Don’t wait any longer – maximize the efficiency of your home’s electrical system today! In our wired world, we add to the gallery of electronic devices in our homes regularly. Many electric panel upgrades are necessary just to maintain the increasing demands of our electronics and appliances.
At Midway Services, we are known as “Florida’s Most Trusted Service Company™.” Since 1957, we have built a solid reputation for providing the highest quality workmanship along with outstanding customer service. All Midway work is guaranteed 100% and our flat-rate pricing ensures there are no hidden costs. We also offer one-hour emergency service during normal business hours when scheduling permits.
Peace of Mind
At Midway Services, we take your peace of mind seriously. Before we hire an electrician or technician, he or she must pass a drug screening and nationwide criminal background check.
Once hired, your Midway Services electrical technician will arrive within their scheduled time slot, driving a Midway Services vehicle, dressed in a Midway Services uniform, and displaying a Midway Services ID badge. You can rest assured that we leave our work areas neat and tidy, and treat your home and furnishings as we would our own.
We provide electric panel upgrades in areas including Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Dunedin, Hillsborough County, and Pinellas County, FL. To learn more about increasing the safety and efficiency of your home’s electrical system, contact us today!