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ELECTRICAL PANELS

How can a new panel benefit you?

INCREASED ELECTRICAL CAPACITY

One of the primary reasons for upgrading an electrical panel is to increase its capacity. Modern households often have more electrical appliances and devices than older systems can handle. An upgraded panel allows for the safe use of additional appliances without overloading the system. 
Older electrical panels may have outdated technology and may not meet current safety standards. Upgrading to a newer panel can reduce the risk of electrical fires, shocks, and other safety hazards. 

IMPROVED SAFETY

Our Leviton smart capable electrical panels are designed to improve energy efficiency. You can monitor exactly how much electricity each circuit is using at what time, and learn to lower the amount of electricity you use.  Over time this will lead to lower energy bills as the system operates more efficiently. 

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

An upgraded electrical panel can increase the value of your home. Potential buyers are often willing to pay more for a home with a modern electrical system that doesn't require immediate upgrades or repairs. 

HOME VALUE

ELECTRICAL PANELS

INCREASED ELECTRICAL CAPACITY

One of the primary reasons for upgrading an electrical panel is to increase its capacity. Modern households often have more electrical appliances and devices than older systems can handle. An upgraded panel allows for the safe use of additional appliances without overloading the system. 

IMPROVED SAFETY

Older electrical panels may have outdated technology and may not meet current safety standards. Upgrading to a newer panel can reduce the risk of electrical fires, shocks, and other safety hazards. 

HOME VALUE

An upgraded electrical panel can increase the value of your home. Potential buyers are often willing to pay more for a home with a modern electrical system that doesn't require immediate upgrades or repairs. 

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Our Leviton smart capable electrical panels are designed to improve energy efficiency. You can monitor exactly how much electricity each circuit is using at what time, and learn to lower the amount of electricity you use.  Over time this will lead to lower energy bills as the system operates more efficiently. 

ARE YOU SAFE?

It's important to consult with a licensed electrician such as myself before tackling large projects like this.  No shady sales techniques here, I will properly assess your specific needs and determine whether an electrical panel upgrade is really necessary for your home or not. Take my Electrical Panel Safety Quiz to see if your panel is up to snuff...

BETTER PROTECTION AGAINST GEORGIA'S LIGHTNING STORMS

Georgia is known for its frequent thunderstorms and lightning strikes. Whole-home surge protection helps safeguard your electrical system from the damaging effects of lightning strikes.  Electrical wiring runs through all our homes, and miles underground, so you don't need to be hit directly to feel the costly effects a lighting surge may cause on your system.   Surge protectors installed at the main electrical panel can shield all the appliances and electronics in your home. This includes your HVAC system, refrigerator, computers, TVs, and other expensive devices. Protecting these investments can save you money down the road.
Designed with advanced surge suppression technology, Square D protectors provide comprehensive protection against voltage spikes and surges, in Georgia or any other location. They also come with a $75,000 Warranty to help cover the cost of damages cause from these frequent voltage spikes and surges.

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ELECTRICAL PANELS: WHEN TO REPLACE

The first sign that you may need a new electrical panel is simply the age of the panel itself.  Electrical Panels heat up and cool down over time as electricity is used.  This constant heating and cooling can cause loose electrical connections over time, and eventually those loose electrical connections will cause more overheating and eventually lead to a fire.  Electrical Panels around 20-40 years old should be inspected and at Minimum get a maintenance overhaul on.  Anything over 40 years old should be replaced immediately.

AGE

The first sign that you may need a new electrical panel is simply the age of the panel itself.  Electrical Panels heat up and cool down over time as electricity is used.  This constant heating and cooling can cause loose electrical connections over time, and eventually those loose electrical connections will cause more overheating and eventually lead to a fire.  Electrical Panels around 20-40 years old should be inspected and at Minimum get a maintenance overhaul on.  Anything over 40 years old should be replaced immediately.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

The first sign that you may need a new electrical panel is simply the age of the panel itself.  Electrical Panels heat up and cool down over time as electricity is used.  This constant heating and cooling can cause loose electrical connections over time, and eventually those loose electrical connections will cause more overheating and eventually lead to a fire.  Electrical Panels around 20-40 years old should be inspected and at Minimum get a maintenance overhaul on.  Anything over 40 years old should be replaced immediately.

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ELECTRICAL PANELS: WHEN TO REPLACE

AGE

The first sign that you may need a new electrical panel is simply the age of the panel itself.  Electrical Panels heat up and cool down over time as electricity is used.  This constant heating and cooling can cause loose electrical connections over time, and eventually those loose electrical connections will cause more overheating and eventually lead to a fire.  Electrical Panels around 20-40 years old should be inspected and at Minimum get a maintenance overhaul on.  Anything over 40 years old should be replaced immediately.

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The first sign that you may need a new electrical panel is simply the age of the panel itself.  Electrical Panels heat up and cool down over time as electricity is used.  This constant heating and cooling can cause loose electrical connections over time, and eventually those loose electrical connections will cause more overheating and eventually lead to a fire.  Electrical Panels around 20-40 years old should be inspected and at Minimum get a maintenance overhaul on.  Anything over 40 years old should be replaced immediately.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

The first sign that you may need a new electrical panel is simply the age of the panel itself.  Electrical Panels heat up and cool down over time as electricity is used.  This constant heating and cooling can cause loose electrical connections over time, and eventually those loose electrical connections will cause more overheating and eventually lead to a fire.  Electrical Panels around 20-40 years old should be inspected and at Minimum get a maintenance overhaul on.  Anything over 40 years old should be replaced immediately.
The national electrical code  now requires all homes to have surge protection?

DID YOU KNOW?