Is your Lakeland, Kissimmee, or Clermont home a house that was built before 1990? If so, chances are that your electrical control panel and wiring are not made for the electrical demands of the 21st century. By continuing to use newer appliances, air conditioners, and electronics, you are exceeding the amount of electricity that your electrical system was intended to use; the result could be an electrical hazard.
The older your home, the more urgent the need to upgrade your electrical system. If you live in a home built in the 1920s or 1930s you are living in a house that was built at a time when a home that was wired for electricity had been around for less than a hundred years. Wiring and the demands on the wiring have changed quite a bit since then. Houses were designed to run at lower amperages, and air conditioners were not made for home use yet (imagine the heat in Florida). You may even have a fuse box in your older home which is as obsolete as gaslighting. Your wiring may have become loose over the years and can be a hazard in and of itself. There is also a strong possibility if your home was built before 1980, it may not be grounded, which means there is an increased chance of damage from a lightning strike or power surge. If you want to keep your home safe from electrical fires and keep family members from getting shocked by old exposed wiring, then contact Dynamic R.I.C. Electric to come out and inspect your home.
You don’t have to live in an early 20th century to encounter problems with your electrical system. Here are some additional signs that point to your home’s electrical system needing an upgrade.
If you reside in the greater Lakeland, Kissimmee, or Clermont areas, and you are concerned about having an outdated electrical system, let Dynamic R.I.C. Electric inspect your home or business. Call 863-333-0762 or fill out our online contact form, one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff members will be happy to discuss scheduling one of our expert licensed electricians to check out your electrical system.
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