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Electrical Panel Services in Overland Park

Electrical Panel Repair & Maintenance in Kansas City & Surrounding Areas

The electrical panel, often called the breaker box or distribution board, is the central hub that distributes electricity to various circuits within a home. It is pivotal to safeguarding the electrical system from overloads and short circuits, ensuring a secure environment for residents and their valuable electronic devices. At Bickimer Electric, our experienced electricians bring a wealth of knowledge and skills to the table when it comes to electrical panel services in Overland Park. Whether it’s a panel repair or installation, we’ll ensure the job is done right and to the highest standards.

If you notice any signs of panel issues, such as frequent tripping or burning odors, don't hesitate to call us at (913) 399-1790 for emergency repairs.

Signs Your Electrical Panel Needs Repair

Over time, electrical panels may develop issues that require prompt attention. Recognizing the signs of a failing panel can prevent electrical hazards and disruptions to daily life. 

Common indicators that an electrical panel needs repair include:

  • Frequent circuit breaker tripping – If the circuit breakers trip frequently, it may indicate an overloaded circuit or a faulty breaker.
  • Burn marks or odors – Burn marks or a burning smell near the electrical panel are red flags and require immediate attention. These signs suggest potential electrical arcing or overheating.
  • Outdated panel – If a home still has an older fuse box or a panel with limited capacity, it's advisable to upgrade to a modern breaker panel to meet the demands of contemporary electrical usage.
  • Corrosion or rust – Corrosion on the panel components can compromise its functionality. Rust or corrosion may be a result of moisture infiltration, and addressing it promptly is crucial.

Are You...

  • In Need of a Service?
  • Looking for a Professional?
  • Tired of Doing-it Yourself?

Bickimer Electric is here to help you with all these issues and so much more before they become a major issue.

Hear From Our Happy Customers

"Outstanding Experience"
Was very happy with Bickimer Electric. Came out the same day l called them. Matt was very efficient. Told me exactly what my problem was and what he was going to do to fix it. And they are reasonable with their pricing.
- Teresa M.

How to Determine the Appropriate Size & Capacity for a New Electrical Panel

When determining the size and capacity of a new electrical panel, several critical factors come into play to ensure optimal functionality. First and foremost, the household's current and anticipated future electrical needs must be assessed. Considerations include the number and types of appliances, electronic devices, and lighting fixtures. Additionally, the home's square footage plays a role in determining the panel size, as larger residences typically require more circuits to distribute power adequately. The existing wiring infrastructure must be evaluated to ensure compatibility with the new panel, minimizing the risk of overload and potential hazards. Local building codes and safety standards also dictate the specifications of electrical panels, and compliance is non-negotiable. 

Professional electricians play a crucial role in accurately gauging these factors, offering expertise to recommend the appropriate panel size and capacity. By carefully considering these elements, homeowners can invest in an electrical panel that meets current needs and accommodates future technological advancements and expansions in their electrical systems.

Don't wait for issues to arise. Schedule a comprehensive assessment of your electrical panel today by contacting us at (913) 399-1790 or online

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