Time for an Electrical Panel Upgrade in Your New Jersey Home?
Today’s modern homes are filled with electrical devices and appliances—the living room, the kitchen, the bedroom, the office, etc. Even homes built 10 years ago weren’t designed to accommodate the multitude of electrical devices most people rely on every day.
The solution is to upgrade your main electrical panel to one that is capable of delivering the power you need. If you are renovating or planning an addition, a panel upgrade is usually required to provide enough power to the additional circuits.
Upgrading your electrical panel will also allow you to:
- Add more outlets and circuits
- Avoid breakers from overloading and tripping
- Reduce over-crowded outlets
- Provide power for larger appliances such as dryers
- Provide power for remodeling or addition needs
At Gold Medal Service, we can upgrade your electrical panel and give you the power your home requires. Our expert technicians have the experience to upgrade your panel, ensuring the work is done to code and done safely. We are based out of East Brunswick, but serve all of New Jersey.
Circuit Breaker Repair & Installation in New Jersey
Circuit breakers are your home’s defense against electrical overloads and short circuits. With over 24 years of industry experience, we are highly skilled to inspect and replace your circuit breakers as needed. If your breakers are tripping constantly in your home, we can determine the problem, recommend the best solution, and then fix it right away.
Gold Medal Service is also an expert in electrical system upgrades or installing additional outlets so you can use more appliances. This will improve the overall safety of your home as well as give you more options for plugging in your electrical appliances.
Our electrical expertise includes:
- Main circuit breakers
- Branch circuit breakers
- Replacing circuit breakers
- Adding circuits
- Adding breakers
- Fix problems that cause breakers to trip constantly
- Electrical panel upgrades
- Electrical panel repairs
- 220-volt circuits