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Your home’s electricity is an important part of your everyday life. If something goes wrong, you know you want well-educated and experienced technicians to come and address the problem.

Keeping the power going is essential to running your business. If you ever need new electrical work or need repairs done, you need a trusted company to call. Our Electric Company is here to make sure that your electrical needs are met.

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Q My breaker keeps tripping, should it be replaced with a larger breaker box?

In a word no, that is not the correct solution. Circuit breakers are designed to trip when an overload is sensed, or it is beginning to wear down. The breaker should be replaced with one of the same dimensions as the existing one. When a larger breaker is installed, it defeats the overall purpose and increases the possibility of overheating. It is best to limit the number of appliances that are placed on a circuit or have your electrician add additional circuits. If the breaker is consistently tripping and you feel as though it is not overloaded, please contact us today so we can ascertain the overall situation of your circuits and breaker box.

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