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Electrical Panel Upgrades

Keep Your Home Safe with a Panel Upgrade

Cost To Replace Circuit Breaker Box

How much does it cost to replace electrical service panel? Our cost is typically $1,000-$1,500, labor and materials included.

How much is a 200-amp service panel?

Our typical cost to upgrade your home from 100-amp to 200-amp service costs $2,000-$2,500. Labor and materials included.

Should I upgrade my electrical service to 200 amps?

We recommend upgrading to 200-amp service. It is considered enough power for an average three-bedroom home, and it will make sure you have enough power for all of your electronics and modern appliances.

What is an electrical panel?

An electrical panel is also called an electrical box panel, a breaker box, a circuit breaker panel, a home circuit breaker panel, a breaker box, or a circuit breaker box. All of those terms describe what most electricians call your service panel or electrical panel.

Your electric panel is a metal box that can probably be found in your basement or garage. The panel contains all the electric circuits that power your home. Electrical panels are the point where your home receives electricity from the power company. The panel distributes the power from this electricity throughout your home to your lights, appliances and electronic devices.

If your current electrical panel is outdated or isn't working like it should, it might be time to replace it. Your electrical panel is the distribution point for all of the electric circuits in your home, and an outdated panel may be a fire risk. Upgrading your electrical panel is a job that should only be handled by a professional electrician. If you think that your panel could use an upgrade, contact us right away and we'll help you troubleshoot to see if it's necessary to replace your panel.

Call 501-351-3357 or click here to schedule service with us!


How do you know when it's time to upgrade your electric panel?

Your electrical panel is responsible for providing power to your home. Eventually, this panel will become old and outdated. If you've noticed that your breakers fail to trip or your appliances aren't able to run at their full power, you may be asking yourself, should I upgrade my electrical panel?

Contact us to upgrade your electrical panel if:

  • Your circuit breakers trip often or fail to trip
  • Your home appliances aren't able to run at full power
  • Lights flicker and dim
  • You've installed new appliances that may require more power


How Do I Replace My Home's Electric Panel?

If you suspect that your electrical panel needs to be upgraded, you should always turn to a licensed electrician to do the job. DIY fixes to your electrical panel can have dangerous and deadly results. Take the hassle out of electrical panel replacement with licensed electricians you can trust.


Contact Globe Electric today. We will be happy to take a look at your current panel and electrical wiring to make sure your home power supply is safe and adequate.

Globe Electric, your trusted electrician for electrical panel upgrades in North Little Rock, AR