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Our desert conditions play havoc on older electrical panels! Heat and sand cause many malfunctions!
Overall electrical residential demand has increased resulting from more home offices with high tech equipment, plasma screen televisions and multiple home computers.If you are considering a service entrance upgrade, listed below are some valuable helpful suggestions.
·Lucas Electrical Service highly recommends contacting a licensed and reputable Contract Electrician to address any service entrance upgrade needs.
·2008 National Electrical Code (NEC) requires that all electrical residential circuits are either GFIC (ground fault interrupter circuit) protected or ARC-Fault (arc-fault interrupter circuit) protected.
·Upgrading your service entrance/sub panel(s) can result in the elimination of electrical breaker nuisance-tripping.
·Upgrading your service by installing an underground entrance will eliminate overhead conductor hazards such as tree-branch interference or wind damage.
·Upgrading your service entrance panel reduces the stress of older circuits attempting to satisfy new electrical demand thereby minimizing hazards such as fire. PLEASE SEE “SAFETY INSPECTIONS” LINK ON THIS WEB SITE.
·On average, service entrance upgrades take approximately 72 hours to seven (7) business days to complete.Completion time is variable due to the required inspections and approval from local city officials and from designated power companys.
·Permits are required and can only be acquired by a licensed electrical contractor.
·Most Coachella Valley cities require two (2) grounding electrodes/grounding rods when a service entrance is modified; most homes only have one.
·Electrical service entrance modification standards are unique to each city.
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