Updated: Jun 7
If you have a Federal Pacific electrical panel in your home, it's time to consider a replacement. Federal Pacific panels have been linked to numerous electrical hazards and have been banned in many states due to their potential to cause fires, outages, and other electrical problems.
Here are a few reasons why you should replace your Federal Pacific panel:
Safety Concerns: Federal Pacific panels have been known to pose a significant fire hazard. In fact, the National Fire Protection Association has documented numerous cases of fires caused by these panels. Replacing your Federal Pacific panel with a newer and safer model can provide peace of mind and ensure the safety of your home and family.
Reliability Issues: Federal Pacific panels have a reputation for causing electrical outages, circuit overloads, and other reliability issues. By upgrading to a new and more reliable panel, you can reduce the risk of electrical problems and ensure a stable power supply for your home or business.
Insurance Concerns: Many insurance companies won't cover homes or businesses with Federal Pacific panels due to their known safety and reliability issues. Upgrading your panel can help ensure that you are fully covered by your insurance and protect your property in the event of a fire or other electrical problem.
Outdated Technology: Federal Pacific panels are outdated and don't meet current electrical codes and standards. By upgrading to a newer and more advanced panel, you can ensure that your electrical system is up to date and in compliance with current safety and performance standards.
It's time to replace your Federal Pacific electrical panel and ensure the safety and reliability of your home's electrical system. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation and upgrade your panel to a safer and more reliable model.