Your Questions, Answered
Whether you are looking for commercial or residential electrical work, you probably have a lot of questions. We hope to answer some of these questions on this page, but please feel free to reach out to us about anything we don’t cover here.
Many people do not have the expertise required to complete electrical work on their own. Getting electricity from point A to B is easy. Ensuring you are doing this safely is an ever-changing profession. Working with electricity is very dangerous; If not performed up to code and with the proper permits, you may be putting yourself and your family at risk of a house fire or other electrical hazards. It’s always best to consult with an experienced electrician. The experts at Thalamus are here to guide you through what needs to be done and why you need a professional.
There are many situations where you will need the help of a professional electrician, including:
- Hot Light Switch
- Tripping Breaker
- Flickering Lights
- Home Updates
- New Electrical Installations
- Creative Commercial Solutions
The experts at Thalamus are here to help you with these issues and any installation projects you have planned.
Medium-sized homes require 200 amps, the minimum panel amperage required by the National Electrical Code is 100A. However, each home is different, and many things go into calculating your home’s energy needs. The experts at Thalamus know exactly what to calculate and can help you understand the ins and outs so that you can use your home’s energy efficiently and safely. Your home should be designed for you and your home’s life cycle; let us ensure your electrical system is tailored as well.
It is normal for a breaker panel to feel a bit warm to the touch. However, if your breaker feels hot or there is a burning smell, this could mean there is a loose connection or bad wiring. If your breaker or any electrical fixture in your home becomes hot, contact the professional electricians at Thalamus to ensure your home is safe.
If your circuit breaker keeps tripping, that means a circuit is overloaded. The breaker or fuse will trip when too much electricity is being drawn by a circuit in order to prevent wires from heating to dangerous levels. If this is a constant problem in your home, it may be time to update your electrical capabilities and fixtures. You can reach out to our experts anytime, and we will be glad to provide you with a consultation to answer any questions you may have.