Whenever you add a new appliance or upgrade an old one, you should always check the wattage ratings to make sure you don’t overload a circuit. With an upgrade you may be surprised to find that your new appliance actually reduces the load. The reason is that many new appliances, ex: refrigerators, toasters, microwaves, dishwashers, and water heaters, for instance — use less power than the older models they replace.
Remodeling and Repairs
Since first opening our doors 30 years ago, RSB Electric Inc., Inc. has offered superior repair/remodeling electrical services in the Phoenix metro area. Today, we have teams of licensed electricians who specialize in troubleshooting electrical problems and helping customers evaluate and upgrade the wiring systems in their homes, offices, restaurant, commercial or industrial buildings.
Residential and Commercial Contractor
If you are interested in speaking with a licensed and insured electricians about your home electrical wiring needs, give us a call. We’ll explain, in easy to comprehend layman’s terms, what we believe to be the best solution, provide an estimated cost and time schedule up-front.
An overloaded circuit is the primary reason for a breaker tripping and occurs when a circuit is has more connected electrical load than it is supposed to have. When more current runs through the circuit than the circuit was intended to take, the circuit breaker is designed to well, “break the circuit.”