Circuit Breaker Replacements in Rhinelander
Keeping Your Home Safe Since 1918
Your circuit breaker is designed to protect your electrical system, devices, and appliances as well as you, your family, and your home. When your circuit breaker stops functioning properly, you need fast, reliable service. Frasier’s Plumbing, Heating & Cooling is here to help. Our team offers professional circuit breaker replacements in Rhinelander. Whether your system is aging or malfunctioning, we can quickly replace it with a new circuit breaker to ensure your home is protected and your electrical needs are supported.
Backed by over a century of service experience, you can trust that our electricians know a thing or two about safe and effective electrical work. We always get the job done right the first time. That’s the Frasier’s way!
What Do Circuit Breakers Do?
The circuit breaker is an essential component of any electrical system. It is responsible for delivering a safe amount of electricity to the outlets in your home. If surges in electricity occur, the circuit breaker trips and cuts off power to your appliances to protect them from overheating. Power surges can damage or destroy appliances and cause electrical fires in your home, so a circuit breaker’s protection is necessary.
Signs You Need to Replace Your Circuit Breaker
Without a functioning circuit breaker, your home is at risk. If you live in an older home, it is quite likely that your circuit breaker can no longer support all of your family’s electrical demands. Our electricians recommend becoming familiar with the signs that your circuit breaker has become overloaded with too many devices and appliances so that you can give us a call the moment you suspect your system is failing.
Signs that you need circuit breaker replacement include:
- The circuit breaker trips frequently
- The circuit breaker trips every time you plug in a certain appliance
- Your wall outlets are scorched or hot to the touch
- There is a burning smell or smoke coming from your outlets
- The circuit breaker is extremely hot or smoking
- There are melted wires in your home
- The lights flicker or buzz
- The power surges when you plug in certain appliances
- Certain appliances often get overheated
If you are experiencing any of the above problems, reach out to our experts to schedule an electrical inspection and code correction evaluation. We will carefully examine your system, run a full safety and performance test, assess its condition, and explain your options to you. If your system is outdated, we will install a new circuit breaker and ensure your home’s electrical system is fully up to date with the latest safety regulations put out by the National Electrical Code (NEC).
The Benefits of Circuit Breaker Replacement
Replacing outdated circuit breakers is always a good move. Not only does installing a new circuit breaker reduce the risk of a house fire, but it also protects your most expensive electronics (i.e., computers, televisions, and more), prevents data loss incurred by tripped circuits, prevents internet interruptions, and ensures your family’s electrical needs are supported. No more losing power every time you plug in a certain appliance!
Why Choose Frasier’s Plumbing, Heating & Cooling?
At Frasier’s Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, your safety is our utmost priority. When your circuit breaker is no longer up to the task of supporting your electrical needs and protecting your home from dangerous electrical surges, turn to our team of fully licensed and certified experts. We deliver fast, effective circuit breaker installations in Rhinelander so we can get your electrical system back up and running better than ever in no time.
For over a century, the home service experts at Frasier’s Plumbing, Heating & Cooling have been committed to offering the most reliable and affordable electrical services. We take great pride in serving the members of our community by ensuring their electrical systems function safely and effectively.
Call (715) 227-3223 to discover the Frasier’s difference. We look forward to serving you!