Denver Electrical Panels

Your Denver electrical panel is the heart of your electrical system. Without it, your several devices, lights, and other electrical components would be beyond useless. In other words, they’re incredibly important. Additionally, they’re quite complicated and dangerous pieces of equipment. They’re so dangerous and intricate that you should always leave any repair or replacement jobs to the professionals. Fortunately, the expert electricians here at Brothers Plumbing Heating Electric are here to help! Contact our team of electrical panel professionals at the first sign of any electrical panel problems. Remember, the faster you get an electrical panel problem taken care of, the less likely it’ll exacerbate into something far worse.

What’s Inside Your Electrical Panel in Denver?

We’ve already discussed the importance of your electrical panel, but that begs the question: what’s inside it? Well, inside your box is a set of circuit breakers (they look like switches) and wires. The wires start from the main power supply, head through the breakers, and then go out to your various electrical circuits. Each electrical circuit serves certain areas of your home and provides them with surge protection. Additionally, there will be one large breaker switch (typically at the top of the panel) called the main circuit breaker. It controls the flow of power to the entire electrical panel. Deeper inside your breaker box, you’ll find two hot bus bars, a neutral bus bar, and a ground bus bar. However, those components are somewhat technical, and we won’t bore you with the details here. If you’d like to learn more about the nitty-gritty details of your Denver electrical panel, then check out this The Spruce article.

How Do You Know If Your Denver Electric Panel Has a Bad or Inadequate Circuit?

Electrical panels contain circuit breakers designed to protect your electronic equipment and appliances from damage. When one of your home electrical circuits draws more power than intended, your breaker shuts off power to that circuit, saving your equipment from damage. However, when those circuit breakers go bad, they no longer protect your home as they should. Unfortunately, it can be quite challenging to detect a bad circuit unless, however, you know what to look out for. To help you identify electrical panel problems, our team of Denver breaker board professionals has put together the following list:

  • The breaker trips repeatedly
  • A circuit breaker won’t reset
  • You smell burning wires/plastic or see smoke coming from the panel
  • Wires inside the panel look frayed, roasted, or otherwise compromised
  • You hear sizzling or popping noises coming from the breaker box
  • Your breakers or breaker box is hot to the touch

If you’ve detected any of the previously mentioned Denver circuit breaker problems, then please don’t hesitate to contact our team of experts right away. For more troubleshooting instructions, check out the video below:

Breaker Panel Repair in Denver

When you hire Brothers for your Denver electrical panel repair needs, you can count on our professionalism. Each repair starts with a full panel inspection and power use assessment. When it comes to electrical panel repairs, we never take any shortcuts. The more thorough of a job we do, the safer your home will be. Here are some of the Denver panel repair services we offer:

  • Upgrades
  • Breaker replacement
  • New circuit installation
  • Rewiring
  • Bus bar replacement
  • Panel relocation
  • And more!

Our team at Brothers Plumbing Heating and Electric won’t service FPE and Zinsco unless the service needed is outside of the panel. If the panel is requiring new wiring or anything within the panel will be recommend a new installation. The reason behind this is these brands have lost their UL Listing due to a high fire hazard risk.

Denver Electric Panel Replacement and Upgrades

Contact a licensed electrical contractor when upgrading your electrical panel — this is because of the complexity of the job.  In many instances, you’ll need a building permit.

The upgrading process can include upgrading your amps, the repair of old wiring, removing, and replacing an old panel, and adding a new grounding system.  When upgrading your panel, consider what your immediate needs are as well as future needs.  Will you be remodeling your kitchen in the future or adding a water feature or hot tub?  We suggest leaving enough room for growth in your new panel, as you never know what your future needs will be.

Contact Brothers for All Your Denver Electric Panel Needs!

Here at Brothers Plumbing Heating Air Electric, we pride ourselves on being the go-to Denver electrical panel company in the area. We’ve provided the area with top-notch electrical panel services, including repair, replacement, relocation, and upgrades for years. Additionally, we always come highly recommended by our many satisfied customers. Remember, electrical panels are dangerous, and you should always leave the repairs to professionals. So, if you’re facing a Denver electrical panel problem, then please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re always standing by to give you a helping hand!