Residential Panel Upgrades and Replacements

Serving Peoria, Sun City & All Of Phoenix

Older and aging homes often have an electrical panel that struggles to keep up with the increased electrical demands of modern life. While our appliances, TVs, computers, HVAC systems, lights and other electrical devices are increasingly energy-efficient, there are more in the average home than ever before. Regulating the electricity that flows into and powers your home is the electrical panel. When there’s too much electricity, a circuit breaker is tripped in the electrical panel to prevent the overloading of your wiring which can cause a fire.

To keep your home and family safe, residential panel upgrades and replacements may be necessary if your home is more than 10 years old and your electrical system is unable to keep up with your electrical demand. So, contact Dynamic Air & Electric to discuss panel upgrades and replacements for your Peoria, Sun City or Phoenix home. We provide fast, high-quality work at competitive prices.

Reasons to Consider Residential Panel Upgrades and Replacements

At 10 years, and especially at 25 years or more, your home’s electrical system could begin to show signs of wear and tear, or simply being unable to accommodate your electric needs. Here are the signs that it may be time to update or replace your electrical panel:

  • Interior of the electrical panel feels unusually warm
  • Appliances operate at less than full power
  • Crackling sounds emitting from the electrical panel
  • Corrosion and rust visible on the circuit breaker
  • Outlets near water sources are not GFCIs (prevent electrocution)
  • Excessive use of extension cords and power strips
  • You currently have 60-amp electrical service
  • You have 100-amp service, but can’t operate some appliances
  • You have an older home with a fuse-block panel or split-bus panel

Cost to Replace an Electrical Panel in Phoenix

At Dynamic Air & Electric, we price residential panel upgrades and replacements on an individual project basis. Factors affecting the cost include:

  • The required size of the new electrical panel
  • Necessity to acquire permits
  • Whether or not trenching is needed
  • Whether whole-home rewiring is needed
  • Additional outlets/fixtures
  • Whether the utility company requires a new meter
  • Whether you have overhead or underground service lines
  • Labor required to complete the job

Whether your home is showing signs that it can’t keep up with your needs—or you just want to install a hot tub on your deck—residential panel upgrades and replacements might be required. So, give Dynamic Air & Electric a call to schedule an appointment. We’ll provide honest advice and even better pricing.

Contact us today to learn more about residential panel upgrades and replacement.