Is it time for a power or panel upgrade?
We live in a plugged-in world.
Most homes have at least one computer, several televisions, a stereo system, cell phones, clock radios—the list goes on and on. This modern electronic equipment can quickly overload an aging system, causing serious problems for your home. An undersized panel may pose a safety risk because an overloaded system can result in a fire. If your fuses blow when too many appliances are in use or the lights dim when an appliance is turned on, these are indications that your current power panel circuitry is unable to handle your electrical demands.
An electrical panel upgrade from the professionals at M.R. Electricians will allow you to use your appliances safely while protecting expensive electronic equipment such as flat screen TVs, laptop computers, and kitchen gadgets.
We’re residential power/panel experts.
At M.R. Electricians, we’ve been providing dependable power and panel upgrades and replacements for over twenty years and we’re proud to be the DC metro area's go-to company for residential electrical needs. Our highly skilled electrical contractors have the qualifications, understanding of safety procedures, and training needed to inspect, repair, or replace your home’s power panel. From routine maintenance to the installation of a new system, we do it all.
Power up your lifestyle and your safety.
A lack of sufficient electrical circuits and adequate amperage can present a hazard to your home and family and shorten the life of your electrical appliances, too. For expert panel repairs and upgrades, you can trust the experience and great service you’ll receive from M.R. Electricians.
Contact us today for a safer tomorrow.
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