Electrical Panels in Akron & Northeast Ohio
Your electrical panel is responsible for not only keeping your home supplied with electricity but also keeping it safe against short-circuiting, overloading, and even worse. It’s the beating heart of your home’s electrical systems, and when it needs to be serviced, the job needs to be tackled by trained and certified electricians in Ohio. Looking for a team of specialists to handle your electrical panel with the care and precision it deserves? Contact the Akron electricians at Blind & Sons!
Our electricians are certified, licensed, and dedicated to offering clients the absolute best in quality and reliability. Whether you’re looking for a total electrical panel replacement and installation, or simple repair and troubleshooting, we’re the experts you need on your side for trustworthy care.reach us online or call (330) 753-7711 to schedule service.
Electrical Panel Installation & Replacement in Ohio
Just any electrical panel won’t do; your electrical panel needs to be selected with your specific needs in mind. Additionally, the actual installation must be performed to exacting standards to protect your home and keep electrical access certain. Our professionals have handled countless panel projects in Northeastern Ohio, and we have the know-how and tools needed to make certain you get an ideal service. Each replacement service comes with a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty in addition to our 100% service satisfaction guarantee!
Electrical Panel Inspections & Troubleshooting
Having some trouble with the electrical in your home? Our team never wants to see you stuck without lights or power! That’s why in addition to our complete panel safety inspection upon installation, we also offer complete home electrical troubleshooting services. Reach out to our team, and we’ll be on the way and ready to help in no time. We’ll bring all of our knowledge and experience to bear to locate and handle the problem as soon as possible. Reach out to us if you’re experiencing:
- Frequent breaker trips
- Breakers refusing to re-engage
- Flickering lights
- Consistent trouble with dedicated circuits
Certified Electricians in Northeastern Ohio
As the leading electricians in Ohio, we want you to rest easy knowing you’re in good hands with Blind & Sons when you call on us for electrical services. Each service begins and ends with courtesy, attention to detail, and a dedication to meeting your needs completely!
Frequently Asked Questions About Electrical Panels
When is an electrical panel overloaded?
An overloaded electrical panel occurs when the total current draw of all the circuits in use exceeds the rating of the main breaker. If you have 150-amp service, you cannot exceed 150 amps, about 10 15-amp circuits, or one 50-amp circuit plus about seven 15-amp circuits. If you regularly get close to or exceed that rating, it may be time to consider a panel upgrade.
Where is the electrical panel in a house?
The electrical panel is located in a safe, low-traffic area in most homes, such as the basement, a utility room, or an attached garage. No matter where it is located, it is a good idea not to block the electrical panel and keep the area around it clear for easy access in a blackout or an emergency.
Why would an electrical panel hum?
A humming or buzzing sound in an electrical panel can be caused by a loose connection or a faulty breaker. In either case, it is crucial to contact an electrician as soon as possible for electrical repairs. At Blind & Sons, we are available whenever you need us, 24-hours a day, for emergency electrical repairs.
How do I tell if a breaker has tripped?
When they trip, most breakers will switch to a position halfway between on and off, and some may show a red or orange indicator. To reset the breaker, turn it off, then back on. If you have breakers that trip more than once a week, it may be time to contact our team at Blind & Sons to add a circuit, upgrade to a 20-amp circuit, or replace a faulty breaker.
Why won’t my breaker reset?
If the power in a circuit does not turn on after a breaker is reset, the breaker itself may be faulty, or there may be a tripped GFCI in the circuit. Press the RESET button on all the GFCI outlets in your home, as one GFCI outlet may also protect downstream outlets. If the power still does not come on, reach out to our team at Blind & Sons for a breaker replacement.