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Service Panel Upgrades
An electric service upgrade is often recommended or required to increase the capacity of the existing electrical service. With all the new appliances and technical devices we now have in our homes, we find that older homes just don’t have sufficient power available to handle the increased demand.
Fearing long power outages—plus a refrigerator full of spoiled food and a flooded basement—more and more storm-weary North Americans are purchasing home generators.
To eliminate electrical hazards, owners of older homes may have to rewire the entire house. Modern appliances such as air conditioning, microwaves and hair dryers weren't household necessities years ago, and to meet such demands, changes are often in order to increase a home's electrical capacity.
It takes more than power strips or surge protective panels to safeguard your home and electronic devices from dangerous lightning strikes and power surges!
Generators and Backups
Before you decide on a backup power solution, learn how standby generator technology works to keep your lights on during a power outage.