Circuit Breaker Replacement
Typically it’s not necessary to replace circuit breakers. Unlike a fuse, a circuit breaker is designed to reset. Occasionally, the circuit breaker may malfunction, wear out or break, which will require replacement. Additionally, if the circuit breaker is hot to touch, visibly damaged or has a burning smell, those are sure signs that call for replacement.
Its is not difficult to replace a circuit breaker, however, the trouble might not always be solved with a simple replacement as the issue might lie in a different part of the electrical panel. For example, bus bar is the main power terminal to which circuit breakers are attached. If breaker’s connection to the bus bar is arcing, there is a high possibility that the bus bar itself may be damaged.
It is always a good idea to contact a licensed electricians when encountering problems with electrical panels, breakers to ensue safety and prevent risk of fires. Our experts thoroughly inspect the entire electrical system and properly diagnose and fix any problems. We pride ourselves on doing things right the first time. We guaranteed our work. Complete client satisfaction is our highest priority.
Please contact us to schedule a free, no obligation inspection.