You should have an electrical panel inspection for your Greenville home or office as soon as you see any warning signs that something might be wrong
An electrical panel is a safety mechanism for the electrical currents running through your home or office. They can sense if more electricity is going to be used than the system can safely control and will automatically shut off the electricity to that location. You may use an electrical panel to turn off the electricity for your entire home or office, to reset a circuit breaker, or to turn off the electricity for specific spaces or rooms. Other than those situations, it is usually best to leave the electrical panel alone and let a professional help you if there are electrical issues or changes that you want to make.
You’ll know that you’re in need of an electrical panel inspection if you notice any of the following signs:
- Your lights flicker when you flip the light switch
- Your lights dim when you turn on or plug in an appliance
- You feel a shock when using a switch or plugging something in
- You visually see damage to the panel, such as rust
An electrical panel inspection requires extreme caution and necessary safety measures to protect both the home and the technician working on the inspection. At Quality Electrical Contractors, we are trained to be able to ensure everyone’s safety while also making the repairs necessary to have your electricity functioning properly.
You should have an electrical panel inspection for your Greenville, South Carolina home or office as soon as you see any warning signs that something might be wrong. Electricity is powerful and can be dangerous if it is not mediated appropriately.
At Quality Electrical Contractors, we offer electrical panel inspection services in the Greater Greenville, South Carolina area and the upstate of South Carolina from the Anderson and Seneca/Clemson area through Easley, Piedmont, Pickens, Powdersville, Williamston, Taylors, Greer, Mauldin, Simpsonville, Fountain Inn, Woodruff, Travelers Rest, Spartanburg, Duncan, Lyman, etc., as well as the Asheville, North Carolina area.