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Electric Panel Upgrades in Columbus

Lights that flicker. Breakers that trip. Appliances that run at less than full power. These are all signs that your home requires electric panel upgrades in Columbus, OH. Rely on the expertise of an electrician from American Air Heating Cooling Electric & Plumbing to make the changes your home needs for reliable electrical power.

Our electrical and plumbing company provides affordable and professional service to customers in Columbus, Grove City, Hilliard, Clintonville, and Upper Arlington, Ohio, and the surrounding areas. To save $100 on the price of replacing an electric panel, contact us today.


Electrical Panel in Grove City, OH

Electric Panel Replacement

The gray metal box that you recognize as the electrical panel distributes power to every outlet, circuit, and appliance in your home. Because your home runs on electricity from the panel, it is essential that it be in optimal working condition. You and your home also require a panel that meets your power needs. Ask us for an inspection to determine if your home requires electric panel replacement or upgrading.

Replace Unsafe or Outdated Panels

Some panels are not considered safe to use in your home as they pose threats from fire and electric shock. These include panels made by Federal Pacific Electric, Zinsco, and Pushmatic. If you have a panel in your home made by these manufacturers, you should replace it immediately. Before there were electric panels in homes, there were fuse boxes that would handle only 30–60 amps of power. Nowadays, 100–200 amps are required. An upgrade to a modern electric panel is necessary for safety against fire and electrocution.


Replace Unsafe or Outdated Panels

Some panels are not considered safe to use in your home as they pose threats from fire and electric shock. These include panels made by Federal Pacific Electric, Zinsco, and Pushmatic. If you have a panel in your home made by these manufacturers, you should replace it immediately. Before there were electric panels in homes, there were fuse boxes that would handle only 30–60 amps of power. Nowadays, 100–200 amps are required. An upgrade to a modern electric panel is necessary for safety against fire and electrocution.


Installing an Electrical Sub-Panel

Consider an electrical sub-panel installation when your home requires more circuit breakers. Perhaps you want to supply power to a workshop you have in the garage or an outbuilding. Our electrician will run feeder wires from the main panel to the sub-panel, which carries the power to the new location.

Contact us today to make improvements to your power supply by upgrading the electrical panel in your home. We provide electrical repair, upgrades, and installation for homeowners in Columbus, Grove City, Hilliard, Clintonville, and Upper Arlington, Ohio, and the surrounding areas.