At Streb Electric, we specialize in repairing and replacing electrical panels to help improve the safety and efficiency of homes.
An electrical panel is typically located in the basement or garage of a home. The box links your home to the outdoor electrical grid and is responsible for delivering electrical current to all of the parts of your home.
Modern-day electrical panels are outfitted with switches called breakers. Each breaker controls the flow of electricity to a particular part of your home. When the switch is in the “on” position, electrical current is able to flow freely. When it is switched off, the flow of electricity stops.
Most electrical panels have diagrams that indicate to which part of the home each breaker corresponds. If you do not have a diagram or it has faded and can no longer be read, Streb Electric can assist you with mapping your electrical panel and creating a new diagram.
A breaker becomes tripped when something occurs that makes the switch shut off due to an overload. This is a safety mechanism designed to protect the wiring in your home.
Properly functioning electrical breakers can trip occasionally. If the problem occurs repeatedly, this is an indication that something is wrong with your electrical panel or wiring. Contact Streb Electric to come out and inspect your system.
Like all parts of a home, an electrical panel does eventually wear out and require replacement. You may want to consider replacing your electric panel if:
Lawerence and Hope did a great job and I will call this company again when I need more work done
Very satisfied with all aspects of this service. All expectations were exceeded. I can highly recommend Streb Electric.
Lawrence and Hope did a great job with the repair work at my home. They took the time to explain the work that needed to be done and and made sure work area was clean afterwards. I have used Streb previously and will continue to use them in the future.