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Upgrade your old, outdated electrical service with new, modern electrical equipment. 100amps, 150amps, 200amps, 300amps, 400amps, and up.

MS Electric specializes in electrical service upgrades. Electrical panels can be identified as a painted or gray metal box. They are typically mounted on the wall of your home in an easily accessible area such as a utility room, laundry room, garage, basement, or closet. Your electrical panel helps provide electricity to the much-loved and well-used gadgets and appliances throughout your home. Power from your utility company flows into your home through this panel, where it branches out into major electrical branches, dwindling into smaller branches in order to distribute power. A properly functioning electrical panel is essential to the safety of your family and your home.The consequences for not doing it right can be serious. Faulty wiring is the leading cause of residential fires.


Just because you’re not living in a turn-of-the-century home doesn’t mean your panel is safe…

Today’s new electrical panels are well-designed and safe, however homes with panels installed as recently as the 1980s may contain components now known to have deteriorated, becoming unsafe with age and posing safety issues. If you home uses any of these components, have a new electrical panel installed immediately.

Is your home showing signs it is in need of a new electrical panel?

  • Crackling sounds from your panel box.

  • Corrosion or rust on the breakers or panel.

  • Overheating electrical service conductors.

  • Appliances running at less than full power.

  • Two pronged (non-grounded) outlets.

  • Your home is not equipped with GFCIs (ground fault circuit interrupters) in necessary areas.

  • You find yourself frequently seeking extension cords.

  • You need surge protectors to protect the appliances in your home.

  • Your home was built with, and still runs on, a 60 amp electrical service.

  • Your home uses a fuse block panel or split-buss panel (electrical panel with no main breaker).

  • The 100 amp electrical service in your home is insufficient for operating necessary appliances.

Other reasons you should consider a new electrical panel:

  • The renovation of your home, particularly the kitchen, which is appliance-heavy.

  • You are adding a home addition.

  • The addition of a major appliance, such as central heating and air, stoves, spas, garage power equipment, and more.

  • You need/are adding outlets to your home.

  • To meet homeowners insurance requirements.

  • You’re in need of a 240 volt circuit.

  • You need to add a sub panel.

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