The Electrical Highway for Your Home
Have you noticed your breakers tripping more frequently? Or maybe you’ve just purchased a new appliance that requires a dedicated circuit in order to meet code? Or perhaps you need to upgrade your circuits simply to ensure that your home is safe. We can help you to determine which circuits need to be replaced, the amperage needed for each new circuit and how these circuits integrate with your current electrical system. Call us today if you have any questions, or would like us to take a closer look.
If you’ve recently purchased a new appliance such as a clothes dryer, hot water heater or dishwasher, you may need to install a 220V or 240V outlet in order to operate the appliance properly. This may involve adding a new 240V circuit to the electrical panel or simply installing a new outlet. In order to best understand your situation, it is best to have us drop by to evaluate your situation. Call us today to schedule a time that is convenient for you.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming more and more prevalent on American roads. This trend is forecasted to continue with EVs and hybrids comprising an estimated 30% of all vehicle sales by 2025 (Source: JPMorgan). Home charging is the most convenient way to charge your EV. However, many homeowners are unaware that dedicate circuits, increased power supply and specific charging equipment may be necessary to charge the car efficiently at home. If you are considering the purchase of an EV, or have already made an EV purchase, call APower to ensure that your charging setup is operating at its best. There may be opportunities to increase charging speed, and consequently vehicle range.
Welders consume significant energy, sometimes requiring a dedicated circuit and corresponding outlet capable of delivering increased amperage. Whether in a garage or on an industrial scale, APower can facilitate the power required for uninterrupted welding.
Large appliances are expensive so it is important that you protect them by plugging them into outlets that comply with manufacturer recommendations. Many large appliances simply will not work with conventional outlets and may require installation of 220V or 240V outlets as well as a dedicated circuit in accordance to code. We recommend you contact APower shortly after making a purchase. We will inspect the area in which you intend to connect the appliance and install the necessary equipment to keep your appliance working perfectly for years to come.
Don’t let your new hot tub overheat your electrical system! Hot tubs have specific energy supply requirements, are often installed outdoors, and pose potentially dangerous scenarios due to the presence of water. Installation should generally be left to a professional who can navigate code requirements, permits and inspections, while calibrating your electrical system to withstand the extra power demand.
Connecting an RV to your home’s existing electrical system may limit your ability to power RV appliances or lighting on a continual basis. RVs usually require a higher voltage in order for the vehicle’s electrical systems to work reliably. Without adapting your electrical system to manage this load, you risk tripping breakers or causing damage to your electrical system. We can examine the energy consumption of your RV and instal the necessary equipment to power it effectively.
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