Whether you are renovating your old home or moving into a new home, Roberts Electrical can help make your home more user-friendly. By adding or moving electrical switches and outlets, we can help your home make more sense for how your family lives.
With the abundance of appliances and consumer electronics, many homes do not have enough electrical outlets. Often people will add an adapter or power strips to an existing receptacle to allow more devices to be plugged into the circuit. There is a danger of overloading the circuit and causing a fire. If the wiring in your home is installed correctly, overloading will simply trip the circuit breaker. If wiring is faulty an electrical fire can start. Many appliances and pieces of equipment require a dedicated circuit to be code compliant.
If you decorate for holidays, think about what you need for electrical outlets. Overloading an outlet for a Christmas tree is common and, unfortunately is a leading cause of house fires.
Roberts Electrical is happy to help you make your home safer and more user-friendly by installing additional electrical outlets and switches. We can plan and install for new builds, remodels or existing homes. With our experience, all switches and outlets will be wired properly and to code.
Are your appliances running safely? Or do you trip a breaker each morning when you make your toast, putting added strain on other kitchen appliances? If this is a frequent occurrence in your home, your appliances may not be wired properly. Dedicated circuits are required by code for major electrical appliances such as stoves, refrigerators, microwaves, washers, dryers, space heaters, and more. Dedicated circuits ensure enough power is available so that appliances can operate safely, without overloading the system.
What is a dedicated circuit?
A dedicated circuit is a circuit with a specific purpose, with its own circuit breaker in your electrical panel. A dedicated circuit is intended for use with a single appliance only. No other appliances will be plugged into or utilize the energy from this circuit, making it “dedicated” to that single appliance. Dedicated circuits ensure major appliances that draw a lot of electrical current are able to access the energy they need without overloading your system, blowing a fuse or tripping a circuit breaker. Call Roberts Electrical to install the dedicated circuits that you need to get up and running in Sudbury and surrounding areas!
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