Stan’s Heating, Air, Plumbing & Electrical understands the significance of a well-functioning electrical panel in your Austin home. Often referred to as the home's electrical "heartbeat," this panel controls the distribution of electricity to every corner of your dwelling. With safety and functionality as our top priorities, we offer specialized repair services to address any issues you might encounter with your panel.
Your electrical panel is the cornerstone of a safe electrical system. Our dedicated repair services not only rectify issues but also optimize your panel's efficiency, ensuring safe and consistent power distribution.
Stan’s Heating, Air, Plumbing & Electrical is synonymous with reliability and quality in Austin. Our longstanding presence is a testament to our unwavering commitment to top-tier electrical services.
Our goal is to ensure your electrical panel functions flawlessly. If any issues arise post-repair, we promise to address them, ensuring your total satisfaction.
An electrical panel in good health should maintain consistent power distribution. If you find that your circuit breakers are tripping more often than usual, it's a primary sign that your panel might be overloaded or experiencing internal issues. Regular occurrences warrant an immediate check-up to avoid potential dangers.
Your electrical panel should not produce any strong or noticeable odors. If you detect a burning or unfamiliar smell originating from the panel, it's a red flag that could point to melting components or other serious problems. Act immediately to ensure the safety of your home.
While an occasional flicker might be related to the light bulb or fixture itself, consistent flickering or dimming of lights can hint at a deeper problem with the electrical panel. Inconsistent power flow from an overloaded or malfunctioning panel might be the culprit.
Modern homes are laden with appliances and devices that demand more power. An electrical panel that's over 25 years old might struggle to keep up with these requirements. If you have an outdated panel, it's a good idea to get it assessed, as it might not only be inefficient but also unsafe for current needs.
When touching the panel or its breakers, they should be at room temperature. A warm or hot surface is a clear indication of an overloading issue or a faulty breaker. This is not something to overlook, as it can escalate into a more hazardous situation.
Just like any other appliance or system, visual checks can reveal a lot. If there's evident damage, rust, or corrosion inside or outside the panel box, it's indicative of an underlying issue. Moisture intrusion, aging, or other factors might be causing this damage, necessitating prompt repair.
Don't just take our word for it. Here's what our customers have to say about our electrical panel repair services.
"The technician arrived during the appointment window and the dispatcher called ahead of time to advise that the tech was on his way. Chris was very knowledgeable and after advising him of what was going on, he instantly knew what the issue was and was able to fix it in just a few minutes. This was a great experience and will definitely be calling Stan's for any future needs."
– Rozco O.
“It has been such a pleasure working with Stan’s… They have been very responsive on the phone. It was easy to make an appointment, and the technician showed up within the time scheduled.”
– Michael G.
"Stan’s came through again! They have appointments available quick and often are available early if possible. Every encounter from the phone to the tech is met with over the top professionalism and knowledge for the 4th time in a row now, in my case. This past visit, Chris really bailed me out with rapid service and lots of great advice beyond what I could find online and all with an excellent attitude."
– Jason M.
Regular inspections every three to five years are ideal. However, if you notice any of the mentioned signs, seek professional help immediately.
Repair involves fixing specific malfunctioning components of your existing panel. Replacement means the entire panel is swapped out for a new one, usually due to significant damage or obsolescence.
It's highly recommended to seek a licensed professional for any electrical panel repairs due to the risks involved. DIY attempts can be dangerous and might exacerbate the problem.