Years ago, a 60- or 100-amp electrical panel was enough to handle a typical home’s electrical use. That has changed. Our modern homes and technology (TVs, appliances, internet connections, etc.) require more power that older electrical panels can’t handle reliably or safely.
A new circuit breaker panel is safer, more reliable, and designed to meet the demand’s of modern technology and electricity use.
If your breaker trips often, the lights flicker, or there are physical signs of damage to the box, it’s probably time to upgrade.Request a Quote
Step 1: Contact utility company to turn off the power supply.
Step 2: Remove all existing wires to prepare for new electrical board.
Step 3: Remove the old panel and dispose of it responsibly.
Step 4: Install the new 200-amp panel and reconnect to power supply.
Step 5: Contact utility company to turn power back on, and test.
"We were having some fairly serious electrical issues and knew that we eventually wanted to upgrade our system. So, since the issues were there, we went ahead and corrected them and had the system updated all at the same time. Now we are having several other shoddy DIY projects, that we inherited, corrected. We are beyond impressed with the work that Darrel from Iddings Electric Inc is doing! If you need electrical work, give them a call."Chelsea C. (Google review)