Circuit Breaker Services San Jose, CA
Solving all Your Circuit Breaker Problems
Our electricians have been helping the residence of San Jose with a variety of different circuit breaker issues ranging from repairs, replacements and much more. No matter how old the circuit breakers are and whatever issues you may end up having with them, our electricians have the tools, the expertise and the quality to help old and new circuit breakers work good as new.
We want to ensure the safety of your home and place of work with getting you the best bang for your dollar when it comes to work and pricing.
Not to mention we’ve been called for numerous circuit breaker problems as well with a lot of our customers mentioning the following issues they noticed:
- Circuit Breaker is Tripping Regularly
- Its ON but not working
- Circuit Breaker is Buzzing/Sparking
- Breaker is extremely hot
Circuit Breaker Replacement Services
Circuit breakers are an essential need of a home’s wiring, and provide safety from potential overloads and due to the enormous load that is placed on them for years, may need replacing. Our electricians help replace old and new circuit breakers in a jiffy, so give us a call and let us do our magic.
We help replace the old circuit breaker completely (with the electrical panel as well). Your circuit breaker probably needs to be replaced If you’re experiencing the following issues:
- Frequent Tripping
- Evident damage
- Burning smell
- Extremely hotter than usual
Unfortunately there is no way to repair a circuit breaker and most of the time, a replacement is the only way
When the circuit breaker is tripping, extremely hot & is visibly damaged along with maybe if the breaker doesn’t reset.
While its possible to do so, but extremely dangerous as you’d be dealing with very high voltage and electrical circuitry. Its better to ask a professional electrician when it comes to these issues.
Since Circuit Breakers are involved mostly in lighting issues, having them replaced fixes most of the problems
Generally speaking, replacing a single circuit breaker can be a relatively quick process, usually taking anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour. However, if there are multiple circuit breakers that need to be replaced, or if there are other issues with the electrical system that need to be addressed, the process could take longer