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Circuit Breaker Replacement Services in Yakima

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Your circuit breaker is responsible for keeping you and your home safe from electrical fires and other damages caused by an overcurrent. Should yours not be operating as it should, don’t run the risk of a hazard and have your breaker replaced immediately! The team at Campbell & Company offers exceptional circuit breaker replacement services when your breaker just isn’t cutting it anymore.

Ensure your home is protected from the risks of electrical fires and more with a circuit breaker replacement service from us! Call 509-545-9848 or reach out online.

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How To Know It’s Time To Replace Your Circuit Breaker Instead of Upgrading

There are several telltale signs that indicate you need to replace your circuit breaker entirely. If you notice any of the following, contact us to schedule a replacement service ASAP:

Breaker constantly trips

Panel is old & worn-down

Burning smell

Breaker is hot to the touch

Lights are flickering or dimming

Breaker's wires are melted

For more signs you may need to replace your breaker, reach out to us online or call 509-545-9848. You can also visit our blog post on Does Your Electrical Panel Need Replacing? for additional insights.

Benefits of a New Circuit Breaker

Installing a new circuit breaker poses many benefits. For one, it will better ensure that it won’t fail you should your panel be facing an overcurrent of electricity. Newer breakers typically contain a 200-amp service, which offers up to twice the electrical capacity of older breakers, and they can also support more branch circuits.

Common Life Span of a Circuit Breaker

Typically, circuit breakers last anywhere from 15 to 20 years; however, when you choose to upgrade your circuit breaker, it can extend the life span to a general range of 25 to 40 years. Not only will upgrading extend your unit’s life span, but it will also increase its performance and, thus, offer more protection!

The Importance of Choosing an Expert Electrician

Dealing with any type of electrical component in your home is no easy feat, and it can be dangerous. Performing the task yourself can lead to anything from shocks to electrocution to electrical fire if the procedure isn’t completed properly, so your best bet is to hire a professional to handle the task for you. The team at Campbell & Company has the right tools and knowledge necessary to get the project done as safely and accurately as possible!

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Leave your electrical work to the pros at Campbell & Company! Call 509-545-9848 to schedule a circuit breaker replacement.

Choose Campbell & Company for Top-Notch Circuit Breaker Replacements

Campbell & Company has delivered exceptional circuit breaker replacement services to the Yakima and Tri-Cities community since 1983. We offer quick, reliable services at a time that’s most convenient for you, and we even offer 24/7 services for emergencies. Our technicians are fully licensed and insured for added peace of mind! Our local, family-owned, and -operated company won’t rest until 100% satisfaction is guaranteed.

Learn more about what we can do for you when it comes to your home’s circuit breaker by calling 509-545-9848 or scheduling an appointment online!

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