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Most new construction today will either have a 200 AMP panel or multiple 100 AMP panels installed in the most appropriate locations.
CONSIDER A NEW PANEL
If you have an older home, want to add solar panels or a charging station, upgrading your panel from 100 amps to 200 amps is becoming the standard in residential and commercial property.
Most older homes are build with 100 AMP Service. This tends to be a problem when paired with today's technology. New appliances, room additions and an abundance of electrical equipment and devices all need to work off of your existing panel. If you have only one 100 AMP panel installed, it's likely you'll experience flickering lights, tripped circuit breakers, power outages or worse case, damage to your equipment or space.
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Do you believe you might need a new panel install? If your home or business is like the vast majority of Americans, chances are you're working with 100 amp service. If you are having issues with appliances, lighting or plan on adding an addition to your home or office, chances are you will need to install a new panel. If the electrical demands exceed the panel's amps and you are noticing lights flickering, blown fuses or circuit breakers tripping, then it might be time to upgrade to a 200 amp panel. We offer Free Estimates on new panel installation in Ventura County, Santa Clarita and the San Fernando Valley.
The first thing you'll need to do is schedule an appointment by contacting your local utility company and requesting a "meter check" for your new panel install. They will determine what needs to be done to install a new panel in your home or commercial property to code. Most of Los Angeles uses DWP and most of Ventura County uses Edison for meter checks. If you would like a free estimate beforehand or have additional questions, please Contact Us.