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Homes that were built in the 50’s and 60’s, which have Zinco breaker panels and Federal Pacific breaker panels should have the outdated and obsolete breaker panels replaced due to safety and fire issues. Also, if the overhead electrical service wire is cracked and deteriorated it should be replaced.
When the main breaker panel no longer has space for additional breakers, a breaker sub-panel can be installed next to the main breaker panel for additional electrical circuits.
Upgrade your breaker and fuse panels
Do your lights flicker? Do your breakers trip or do your fuses blow? You may need to have your breaker or fuse panel replaced. Homes that have heat pumps, hot tubs or additions added may need to have the breaker panel upgraded from 100amp to 200amp.
Water can be extremely damaging to your electric panels and a danger to your family. All breaker panels that have water entering into them or have been submersed in water must be replaced.