Circuit Breaker and Electrical Panel Installation in Spokane & Spokane Valley
It's not uncommon for a new homeowner to come across an outdated circuit panel when they purchase a new home. These old circuit panels may only hold 20 or 40 amps, while the average modern home requires at least 100 amps at least.
Although installing a new circuit panel can be costly, the expert electricians at Mainstream will address your needs and find the most reasonable, affordable solution for your home.
We offer a full line of circuit breaker and electrical panel installation, maintenance and repairs that your home may require, no matter the problem or time of year. When you call us for service, our trained electricians will come to your house to give you an upfront, transparent cost estimate to repair or replace a new circuit breaker in your home at a reasonable cost.
You can count on the trusted professionals at Mainstream for:
Expert advice from professionally licensed, certified technicians
Upfront pricing – you'll never pay more than what we quote
Customer commitment and satisfaction guaranteed on any work we do
Flexible scheduling – ask about same-day service
What Factors Impact the Overall Cost of Installing a New Electrical Panel?
The cost of installing or replacing your home's circuit breaker depends a lot on if it was wired correctly the first time, as well as how old it is, and how readily available the breaker parts and switches are for purchase.
1. Type of Electrical Panel
With different sizes, in- and outdoor units, combinable with the meter and a range of available circuit spaces, it's best to get an expert’s input on which choice is best for your home.
2. If You Need to Upgrade Your Electrical Service
If you decide to upgrade to a larger electrical service flow, you may need to ensure you have your utility provider come out and upgrade your power supply or meter.
3. Whether You Need to Repair Existing Wiring or Install New Wiring
If you're replacing an electric circuit panel, it may require drilling or carpentry to arrange for adequate access to the newly installed panel. It may also require additional wiring to link any new subpanels added. Subpanels are necessary when a single circuit breaker panel can not cover an entire home and are essentially mini circuit panels.
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RespectfulCody was respectful, personable, courteous, answered all our questions we had during his visit, knowledgeable. Cody helped us get in touch of the appropriate people, to finance the work that our home needs. He helped get the work scheduled so that we wont need to wait longer to get the work taken care of.
Highly RecommendThe entire team was very responsive and nice. Handled scheduling quickly. Process was clearly outlined at multiple points in the job to ensure expectations were being met. Took 48 hours from time I reached out to complete issue resolution. Highly recommend
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Schedule a Circuit Breaker Box Installation
Is your home experiencing electrical issues? Mainstream is Spokane's trusted name in circuit breaker installation.
Schedule your electrical panel installation cost estimate today to ensure your electrical system continues running smoothly all year long!
Frequently asked questions
This depends on the capacity of your circuit breaker panel. If the panel can handle the extra load, then you can have an electrician add new breakers to your panel.
If you are unsure if your breaker box can handle the extra load, call the electrical technicians at Mainstream and they will come out to give you a competitive, upfront quote on how much it will cost to install the new electrical breakers, if your unit can handle it.