The fuse box and service panel in your home holds a lot of power: they’re responsible for powering all of the appliances in your home, such as the washer, dryer, and air conditioner, and making your home more convenient, like enabling you to turn on the lights with just a flick of a switch. However, when they are outdated or malfunctioning, your home’s comfort can quickly be disrupted. The best solution? Upgrade them! At Raynor Services, we will quickly detect if you need a fuse box or service panel upgrade; our highly-trained experts will also take care of the upgrade for you in a timely manner.

Here are signs that you can upgrade your fuse box:

  • Visible burn marks
  • Rust forming
  • Your home is 50 years or older

Signs you may need a service panel upgrade:

  • Visible rust
  • Corrosion
  • Breaker constantly trips
  • Breaker has fuses instead of breakers
  • It doesn’t meet the electrical code standards of your municipality
  • It’s full, but you want to add more circuits
  • Your home is 50 years or older

Benefits of Upgrading Your Fuse Box or Service Panel

Just like most things in life—phones, cars, home appliances—there comes a time when it’s best to upgrade to a newer, more advanced version; fuse boxes and service panels are no exception! Here are additional benefits you will get when you upgrade your fuse box or service panel:

  • Improved safety
  • Ability to add more circuits
  • Increased power to 400 amps
  • Decreased need of extension cords
  • Enjoyment of better electrical flow

We provide fuse box, service panel, and circuit breaker upgrades to the NJ following areas:

At Raynor Services, we upgrade fuse boxes and service panels on a regular basis, so when you call us to do your upgrade, you know you’ll be getting the best service in southern New Jersey. Not only can we upgrade your fuse box or service panel quickly, but we will also check for excessive rust, damage from blown fuses, or signs that power surges have occurred. And because the safety of you and your home is our top priority, we will let you know if upgrading to a circuit breaker—rather than replacing your fuse box—is the best and safest solution for you. Contact us today!