Electrical Panel Upgrade

Need An Electrical Panel Upgrade?


Your home’s electrical panel or “breaker box” or “circuit breaker,” as many people call it, is the electronic epicenter for your home’s electricity. Every piece of your home’s power is ultimately controlled by the breaker switch within your electrical panel.

If you have an older home, it may not be able to handle the demands of today’s electronics. Several electric panels are known to have problems. The Federal Pacific Electrical Panel (FPE) and Zinsco Panels were both made for decades and up until around the 1980s. These panels are known for the potential fire danger they may pose. If your home has one of these types of panels, it is strongly urged you upgrade your electrical panel box. You may not have one of those brands of electrical panels but could still be at risk.


Signs you need to a replacement panel


      • Breakers Keep Tripping
      • Black Spots or Burnt Areas
      • Melted Wiring
      • Strange Sounds from the Breaker Box
      • Flickering Lights
      • Lights Won’t Stay On
      • Appliances Overheating
      • Poor Performances from Appliances
      • Breakers Won’t Reset


Permits & City Code Compliance


Our team will handle the entire process for you. We will go to the city and file the permits on your behalf. We will ensure that all our work is up to code, and we will be on-site when the code inspector comes by for an inspection. Our electrical panel replacement service is worry-free to the homeowner as we take care of all the necessary paperwork and inspections.


Electrical Panel Upgrade for Level 2 EV Home Charger


In some cases, to install a Level 2 EV home charger an electrical panel upgrade is required. Our team of licensed electricians can come out and make the correct recommendations that are best suited for your situation.


Frequently Asked Questions


Prices depend on many factors, including the size of the panel, the location of the panel, city permit fees, and the condition of the existing panel. Please give us a call or email us for more information and to learn about our competitive pricing.
It depends really on the age of your panel and the condition. If you have a newer home and the electrical panel is in good condition, there is no need for an upgrade. However, if your panel is older and shows signs of wear, you may want to consider a panel update. If you are unsure, we can schedule a time for one of our professional electricians to come to have an on-site visit.
We can upgrade your home to just about any size panel you will need. In most cases, we update to either a 200 amp electrical panel or a 400 amp electrical panel.