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Electrical Panel Services in Little Elm, Texas

Making Sure the Breakers Don’t Break!

Every Little Elm home is filled with systems and devices that require special attention. The electrical panel, which is sometimes also called a breaker box, is one small but powerful example. Despite its compact size, the electric panel is one of the mightiest pieces of equipment in a house.

All of your electricity passes through the breaker system to keep your home running smoothly. If any home equipment uses excessive power, it can overload the home, and power will stop working. That’s when Milestone can step in and help.

Our team consists of skilled Electricians who understand all the ins and outs of the wires running throughout your home. When you have a panel problem, our Technicians will provide fast service and lasting solutions.


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What Is the Circuit Breaker in Your Home?

Every home has a breaker box or panel, that is the heart of the electrical system. It ensures that energy is being used correctly throughout the home. A good panel can protect against hazards and serious damage. Electric panels also have switches connected to a special function, and the switches can be turned on and off.

Depending on when your home was built, a panel could be in various places. In newer homes, it’s usually in a garage or outside. Panels in older homes might be in a closet or utility room. Regardless of location, we recommend that you keep the area easily accessible. There should be no less than three feet of clearance around it. It’s important to know where your panel is and understand how to operate it if there is an emergency.

The panel controls electricity coming into the home from the utility company. Electrical Panels have breakers that are attached to circuits, and they regulate the amount of electricity. When a problem like an overloaded circuit occurs, the breaker trips and stops electricity from flowing to the circuit. Once the source problem is solved, the breaker can be turned back on.

Call Your Neighborhood Circuit Expert

While every homeowner should know the basics of how electrical panels work, they should not try to work on them. That is a job that experienced Electricians must do because they have the training to complete projects efficiently and safely. Our Technicians inspect home electrical systems and then discuss findings with homeowners.

Some situations require emergency repairs, while other times the work can be put off until a later time. As Technicians evaluate electrical systems, they determine what conditions they are in and how safe they are. Some homes require a lot of work, while others are in excellent condition. Our Electricians discuss those issues with customers, explain the condition of their electrical systems, and recommend the best options.

Replacing Electric Panels

Electricians will do everything they can to make repairs when possible, but there are times when the only solution is to replace the breaker box. Technicians generally recommend replacement when there is no other option that can guarantee a safe result.

The most common reasons that Electricians suggest replacing electric panels are:

Panels are more than 15 years old. If homeowners aren’t sure of the age, the general rule is that a breaker box is usually as old as the home.

There is visible corrosion anywhere on the panel or panel cover.

There are several different breaker brands installed. Breakers in different colors or with different manufacturers’ labels are a sign of this issue.

There are signs of rust anywhere on a panel.

Homeowners can check their brand, but it is important to be careful when dealing with a panel, and never take the cover off without a licensed Electrician being present.

However, it is generally safe to search for the manufacturer by:

Looking at the panel cover

Inspecting one of the breakers

Examining the inside of the panel door

Looking at the (UL) tag

Any time a homeowner has a question about their electric panel, it is best to call an Electrician. Milestone’s friendly Technicians are always glad to help.

Their technician did a great job explaining my system problem and what he needed to do to get me back up running. Would recommend to family and friends.....
— Louis smith

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Superb Customer Care from Milestone

At Milestone, we know that the time our Technicians are in your home is only a fraction of your total interaction with us. While it is undoubtedly the most important part of the entire experience, we refuse to neglect any area of the service we provide to you.

From the first time you contact Milestone, you are greeted and helped by one of our trained and knowledgeable customer care providers. Each representative has the training to ensure you get the highest level of service and support.

Our company is so committed to providing you with the best possible customer service experience that we are willing to guarantee it. If you are not 100% satisfied with your Milestone service, we will do everything possible to make it right.