Charlotte Circuit Repair, Installation & Replacement
An electrical circuit is designed to handle a specific amount of electricity. Put too much demand on one, and you’ll have problems such as overheating wires which can lead to an electrical fire.
How can you tell if a circuit is overloaded?
- Circuit breakers frequently trip
- A burning smell or buzzing sound from outlets
- Discolored and/or warm wall plates
- Dimming, buzzing, or flickering lights
- Mild electrical shock from switches, outlets, or appliances
On Time Electrical follows the National Electrical Code when performing Charlotte circuit installations and replacements because it helps avoid overloads and other problems. We care about your safety and everyone in your home or business. That’s why we keep our professional electricians updated on industry standards and building codes.
$27 Service Fee for Electrical Repairs
Could A Dedicated Circuit Be The Answer?
Dedicated electrical circuits are specially designed to handle a single appliance or fixture. If you have appliances or equipment that are tripping breakers, a dedicated circuit for larger, more demanding appliances may be the answer. On Time Electrical can review your wiring to determine if a dedicated circuit is the right solution for you.
Dedicated circuits can be installed for:
- HVAC systems
- Water heaters
- Garbage disposals
- Garage equipment
- Hot tubs
- Outdoor cooking areas
- Car charging stations
- Security gates
Why Call On Time Electrical?
If you even suspect you might have an overloaded circuit, call On Time Electrical. We’ll send a Dependaworthy electrician professional in a jiffy. Of course, after-hours emergency services are also available.