Fredericksburg’s Dedicated Circuit Installation Company
When you need a circuit installed in your home for your appliances, you’ll want a professional who is prompt, friendly, and most of all, gets the job done right that first time. It’s important to consider the right electrician for your home because if the circuit breaker is installed improperly, it could lead to residence fires, putting yourself and your family at risk. Not to mention, you could experience property loss due to the fire or electrical surges caused by an improperly installed circuit breaker.
Whether you’re renovating your home, building a new home, or just having a circuit replaced, Logan Electric provides all of our customers with peace of mind. With over 70 years of experience, we know how to get the job done right so you don’t have to worry about a circuit mishap. Once you’ve got a circuit installed, you can freely use the appliances you rely on every day, and we’d like to be the ones to help you do so. Book an appointment with Fredericksburg’s local electrician and get affordable rates for circuits and installation for your appliances.Contact Logan Electric
Dedicated circuits are set aside for one specific purpose, with their own circuit breaker. It’s intended to use with a single appliance or outlet. They will allow the appliance to access the energy it needs without overloading your system or tripping your circuit breaker. For example, in a kitchen, there may be several 20-amp dedicated circuits installed, which only deliver power to one outlet long the countertop, so that other small appliances won’t trip a circuit breaker.
The sole purpose of dedicated appliances is to protect you, your family, and your home. Without dedicated circuits, appliances may draw more current than a circuit can handle. This will trip your breaker and can blow fuses or overheat wire insulation, causing breakdowns and even the possibility of an electrical fire.
Per the National Electrical Code, every large appliance should have separate, dedicated circuits. These can’t be shared with any other appliances. Some of these include electric ranges, ovens, refrigerators, washers, dryers, HVAC units, etc.