Do you have a Tripped Circuit Breaker?

It must be inspected to see if the circuit breaker has to be replaced. Or else it should be checked to see if there is a problem with the circuit breaker.

When a circuit breaker trips, it can be an inconvenience. But it is designed to trip to an electrical problem such as an overloaded circuit or an electrical fault. If there is an overload or an electrical fault, it can lead to an electrical fire. That’s why it is essential to inspect & see what the reason for the circuit breaker tripping is.

In many cases, they need to be replaced, and sometimes the cause was plugging too many appliances into a circuit. Call today and speak to our Friendly and Professional Electricians. Our Skilled Experts provide the most efficient tripped circuit breaker service in Charleston, Summerville, Bonneau & Ridgeville, SC.

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Breakers can also malfunction over time. You can have an older electrical panel where the circuit breakers are known to be faulty, and these are the cause of many electrical fires. Specific breakers are known to malfunction at a high rate and are considered unsafe are found by visiting Electrical Panel Upgrades.

If you have a breaker that often trips, then your home is not protected properly. Circuit breakers are designed to prevent an overload of your circuit’s electrical wiring, protecting your wiring from being damaged. If a circuit breaker does not detect overloaded circuits, the insulation surrounding your wiring can break down, and it will lead to an electrical fire.

Of course, it’s frustrating to keep switching a tripped breaker back on. Remember that a circuit breaker is an important safety device. That’s what protects the circuit from burning up the wires! When it trips more than once, call us to come out and perform a proper safety inspection of the circuit.
 
Designed to shut off when something goes wrong with the circuit or wires, it’s the best way to ensure you don’t have an electrical fire or hazard!
 
You will have to call a licensed and insured electrician in Charleston, SC, to take a look at your circuit breaker to see why it’s not functioning correctly. Faulty breakers aren’t something to mess with for a homeowner.

Consider replacing your breaker when:

    • It’s older than 20 years old
    • Even in the off position, the breaker is on.
    • When you hear buzzing and popping sounds from the electrical panel.
    • They’re hot to the touch or burnt.
    • When you smell a burning smell in the electrical panel.
    • They won’t reset
    • If you notice any of these problems, give us a call because we can help. 
 
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We are always happy to help our customers to offer the best service in Charleston, SC.
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