Our Master Electrician, James Adams, in McKinney, TX, is here to highlight the reasons why homeowners with Federal Pacific Panels should replace them as soon as possible. From power surges to other potential hazards, these panels pose a real danger to your home and your family.
At ABR Electric, we take your safety seriously. That's why we offer high-quality panel replacement services, along with recommendations for the best brands to replace them with. If you are experiencing any of the problems listed above, don't wait – call us today and schedule a panel replacement appointment.
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The Federal Pacific Panel was a brand of electrical equipment that became commonplace in the 1970s. The company went out of business in 1990, but many homeowners still have these panels installed in their homes. In fact, there are more than 1 million homes with this type of panel.
If you have one, please watch this video to find out why replacing it is important and how you can make sure your home is safe from power surges and other problems.
Your home’s safety should always be a top priority – especially when it comes to electricity! James Adams, Master Electrician in McKinney TX will highlight some reasons why homeowners who still have Federal Pacific Panels installed may want to replace them as soon as possible for the sake of safety and peace-of-mind. In addition James will talk of alternatives to replacing it with. The recommended brands that ABR Electric frequently installs.
If you area homeowner and you experiencing any of these problems:
1. Flickering lights.
2. Breakers that constantly trip or fuses that frequently blow.
3. The need to turn off one appliance to use another.
4. The smell of melted electrical wires.
Then you need to change your electrical panel immediately.
Sometimes you may hear a crackling sound from your panel box. Or you could be noticing some corrosion or rust on the breakers or panel themselves. Please call a licensed electrician.
Our primary business is people with a side job of full time electrical. We do residential electrical trouble shooting, installation, and that includes things like lighting, panel changes, surge protectors and trouble shooting.
In every project we set out on, we endeavor to beat the tests of time in terms of quality of our work. Our major intention is always to meet the highest expectations of each and every client who chooses our services.