A common cause for repeated breaker tripping is a loose circuit. A loose circuit can be fixed very quickly through tightening the connections on the electrical panel. However, this should only be performed by a licensed and trained electrician!
Fuses and circuit breakers are safety measures designed to interrupt the power to a circuit when the flow is too great for the system to handle.
FUSE: Electrical Service Panels or Electrical boxes installed before 1965 may use fuses to protect Electric or Lighting Circuits.
CIRCUIT BREAKER: Unlike a fuse which must be replaced when blown, a Circuit Breaker that has tripped or shut off may be mechanically re-adjusted or replaced to resume operations once the problem has been resolved.
AFCI: (Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters) These devices provide enhanced protection against additional Electrical Fire Hazards known as arc faults.
Circuit breakers and fuses turn off power to the wires they are connected to for 3 main reasons:
- There is a short somewhere on the circuit.
- The circuit is overloaded.
- The circuit breaker is faulty or broken.
We provide repair and installation of circuit breakers and fuses.
Our Fuses and Breaker services include:
- Breaker Replacement
- Fuse Panel Replacement
- Breaker Troubleshooting
If fuses blow or circuit breakers trip on a regular basis there is a problem and a licensed electrician should be brought in to examine the wiring to determine what the problem is.
If you are experiencing problems with your circuit breakers, you probably require a circuit breaker repair job done by us.
We are fully licensed and we offer:
- 24 Hour Emergency Service
- Free Estimates and Warranty
- Job Clean-up
- Satisfaction Guarantee
- Quality Workmanship
- Up Front Pricing
- Free Home Inspection
- Friendly, Courteous and Dependable Service
The fuses and breakers are located at the main service panel. Since you cannot turn off the main power to the panel, you are working with live electricity. You should NOT attempt to replace a fuse or circuit breaker yourself.
Take the safe route and give us a call at (561) 123-1234 instead of doing it yourself.