Tripping Circuit Breakers – Many times circuit breakers are not prepared to handle the many electronics and appliances that we have in our lives today…microwaves, computers, coffee makers, televisions, toaster ovens, and so forth. When you power multiple appliances at once, your circuit breaker may trip, and you lose power to those appliances. This can be annoying, especially if it happens frequently, but it can also be dangerous because the circuits and wiring can overheat, potentially starting a fire. Our electricians can upgrade your circuit breaker so that it will operate safely while giving you the power you need to run your appliances.
Flickering Lights – Before you contact an electrician about a flickering light, check to make sure that you have a bulb of the appropriate wattage in your light fixture and also make sure that it is connected properly. Using a bulb that is not the correct wattage can lead to overheating and potentially a fire. If you determine that your bulb is not the reason for the flickering, contact our electricians so that we can examine your system for faulty electrical wiring.
Non-Working Electrical Outlets – When an outlet doesn’t work, this can be a sign that the circuit breaker has tripped. You can check your electrical panel to see if the breakers are in “on” position and switch them if needed. If your outlet still doesn’t work with the breakers in the “on” position, it’s time to call your local electrician to investigate the issue.
At Douthit Electrical, we’re here to help you with these and any other electrical problems that you have in Charlotte and the surrounding areas. Just give us a call!
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