When your sub panel fails, you have the same experience as if your main panel fails. You lose all electricity to the affected area — until you repair or replace the subpanel. Due to the voltage connected to a sub electrical panel, repair should only be performed by an expert electrician.
If you’re adding onto your home, you may need a sub panel to help meet your electrical needs. For example, if you’re building a woodshop, an office, or a home theater, you’ll experience an increased electrical demand. Bring out one of our electrical experts to your renovation to see if a sub panel meets your needs.
As is the case with your main panel, you need regular electrical inspections to ensure your sub panel remains reliable and safe. An expert safety inspection is the best way to ensure your sub panel stays safe and operational.
You can’t compromise when it comes to your family’s safety and health. That’s why we offer you important savings on our industry-best electrical service.