Symptoms of Overloaded Circuit Breakers

Most homes are still operating with old breakers and many are beginning to feel the pinch. Is your old circuit breaker keeping up? Are you blowing fuses right and left these days? Turn to the experts at Reliable Heating & Air for a solution to supply all the power your home needs, with a circuit breaker replacement.

Protect expensive electronics, computers and appliances from electrical surges and the risk of damage to the devices.

Prevent possible data locircuit_breaker_replacementss from your computers when electrical supply is interrupted.

Avoid interruptions to your Internet connection and other important connections to the outside world.

Minimize the risk of fire when your old breaker gets overloaded.

Say goodbye to the inconvenience of using just one or two electrical devices or appliances at once to avoid tripping the circuit breaker.

Professional Installation is Key to Safe Circuit Breaker Operation.

Improper installation can leave you vulnerable to fire, putting you and your family in danger.

You could also experience property loss, through a fire at your home, but also through electrical surges or interruptions from an carelessly installed circuit breaker.

Circuit breakers must be installed to code for safety and insurance reasons.

An unskilled individual could electrocute themselves if they lack the skill and experience of a professional electrician when dealing with high voltage.

After your new circuit breaker installation, you’ll enjoy the freedom to run the microwave, toaster and air conditioner all at the same time. Your home’s electrical power will have a new infrastructure to keep your all your juice-loving electronics up and running.

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