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Electrical Panel Types: Classification & Options

Modern homes require electricity to function. Most people don’t understand how electricity makes its way into the home or how it is distributed throughout the residence. They know where the utility lines are coming into the home and where their electrical panel is....

What’s the Best Location for Your Electrical Panel?

A residential electrical panel installation must be carefully considered. The National Electrical Code determines where to place this panel, and the requirements provide the highest level of electrical safety. Call Safe Electric if you are constructing a new home or...

Fuse Box Vs. Circuit Breaker

New homeowners and some long-time homeowners have never heard of a fuse box, much less seen one. However, many older homes still contain fuse boxes, so this is a device every homeowner should know. Understanding the similarities and differences between the two devices...

Is It Worth It to Upgrade My Electrical Panel?

Every electrical panel is exposed to wear and tear. Maintaining the electrical panel and having it regularly inspected by Safe Electric helps to keep it in good shape. However, over time, you might find you need an electrical panel upgrade. When this day arrives, you...

Should I Repair Or Replace My Electrical Panel?

Your circuit breaker panel controls the flow of electricity into the home. When something goes wrong with the panel, you may wonder whether you should repair or upgrade the electrical panel. Call Safe Electric for help in determining which is the best option for your...

5 Reasons to Have a Whole Home Electrical Inspection

There are hundreds of feet of wire in the average 2000 square foot home that can go bad at any time. Faulty wiring and electrical equipment are some of the leading causes of house fires in the United States. Getting a home electrical inspection is an important part of...