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New Electrical Circuit Installation in Greensburg, PA

Call an Electrician to Install New Electrical Circuits

Adding new electrical circuits to a breaker or panel is not difficult, but it is extremely dangerous if you do not know how to do it properly. Even after turning off the main breaker, parts of the panel are still live, and are fatal when touched. There are also small details that the electrician must know, including knowing the total capacity of your circuit breaker panel, and the type of breaker you need. Instead of risking your life, and possibly overloading the panel, trust an electrician to install or replace the circuit for you.

Trust Don Young Electric to Install New Electrical Circuits

When adding new appliances or performing renovations to your home, you may need to add new circuits to your existing electrical system. Appliances like air conditioners, hot water heaters, pools and hot tubs, and other large machines usually require new circuits to fully power them. If you need new electrical circuits installed in your home, call Don Young Electric at (724) 925-0225 today for a free estimate.

Signs You Need New Circuits Installed

It can be hard to tell when your electrical circuits need replaced. Some common reasons to get new circuits include:

• Adding New Appliances
• Additions
• Breakers Trip Regularly

• Lights Flicker When Using Other Equipment
• Fuses Blow Regularly

If any of these signs happen in your home on a regular basis, it may be time to have new circuits added, or to replace your current ones. Don Young Electric offers new circuit installation to Greensburg, PA; Mount Pleasant, PA; Latrobe, PA; and the surrounding areas.

Upgrade Greensburg-Area Electrical Circuits with Don Young Electric

Older buildings may not have the appropriate wiring to support modern day appliances. If your home or business in Greensburg, PA, needs a circuit upgrade, contact Don Young Electric today. Our electricians have the experience to safely install new circuits to your existing box.