Service Panels Los Angeles
Rapid advancements in technology are moving businesses forward like never before. They enable companies to be more successful and productive – but they also require substantially more power. As such, commercial spaces need to be outfitted with sufficient electrical wiring that can accommodate the needs of businesses today. Unfortunately, many buildings still have outdated service panels that are overloaded and on the brink of failure, and thus need to be upgraded in order to keep the business running and prevent safety hazards.
What is a service panel?
Also known as an electrical panel, a service panel provides your commercial building with electricity. The power from the utility company flows into the panel and then branches off to distribute electricity to the different sub-panels and appliances. This panel needs to be functioning optimally to ensure that the company is both safe and productive. An old and inefficient system can cause a number of problems, including:
- Blown fuses
- Flickering lights
- Breakers that trip frequently
- Melted electrical wires
- Defective circuit breakers that don't trip when overloaded
- A dangerous environment for staff, customers and other visitors
An upgraded service panel for today's businesses
Today’s businesses use a lot of electrical appliances, and many of them require special outlets or dedicated circuits to run properly. An upgraded electrical panel can meet these increasing demands while ensuring that your building is compliant with the latest safety codes. With that said, here are just a few telltale signs that your panel may be malignant or should be replaced:
- Corrosion or rust around the system
- Crackling sounds coming from the panel
- The regular use of extension cords
- Devices that don’t operate at full power
- The inability to use certain appliances simultaneously
- The panel is made by an old, discontinued company such as Zinsco, Federal Pacific, etc.
In addition, a new service panel will be necessary if you make an addition or renovation to the space, or if the building features a fuse block or split panel bus, as this technology is outdated and needs to be modernized immediately. Installing new equipment, such as copier machines, printers, servers and computers is also a reason to call an electrician and have your panel evaluated and upgraded.
Ask us any questions or schedule an estimate!
At Delta Electric, our Los Angeles electricians look forward to answering any questions you may have. We also will do a complementary quote for your residential or commercial project. We are licensed, insured and bonded and will take your next project to the next level. We look forward to serving you.
What to expect during the installation
Installing a new commercial service panel is a complex process that needs to be performed by an experienced Pasadena electrical contractor, like our professionals at Delta Quality Electric. To begin, our team will come to your building, assess your power needs and determine what size service panel you require to power the area now and in the future. We will then pull or confirm that local planning permits and approvals are received, before replacing and repairing your existing wires, breakers, and panel boards. From there, we will educate you about the intricacies of your new system, so that you can continue to safely meet your power needs for years to come.
Request a Complimentary Quote
Delta Quality Electric is your trusted source when you are in search of a high-quality electrician in Los Angeles. Contact us today for a complimentary estimate, and discover the value our professional electric contractors will bring to your residential or commercial project.
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