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Dedicated Circuits in Kirkland, WA

Residential Dedicated Circuit Installation and Repairs

Are you wondering if you need a dedicated circuit in your home? These are electrical circuits that serve only one appliance or electrical fixture, or a specific set of them. This means that the circuit is not shared with most of the other devices or outlets in your home. Dedicated circuits are normally required by the National Electrical Code (NEC) for certain high-powered appliances, such as electric ovens, dryers, and HVAC units. 

Dedicated circuits are an important part of any residential electrical system. By ensuring that high-powered appliances have their own individual circuits, you can improve the overall safety, convenience, and efficiency of your home. If you’re unsure of whether you need a new dedicated circuit or if you need a repair on an existing one, AMS Electric is here for you. 

Call our Kirkland dedicated circuit electricians at (425) 537-4575 or message us online to request an estimate!

Commonly Asked Questions

What is a breaker panel?

A breaker panel, also known as an electrical panel or distribution board, is the main electrical control center of a building. It receives electricity from the utility company and distributes it to different circuits throughout the building.

How do I know if my breaker panel needs repair?

There are several signs that indicate your breaker panel may need repair. These include frequent tripping of circuit breakers, flickering lights, burning smells, buzzing sounds, and hot spots on the panel. If you notice any of these signs, it's important to have your breaker panel inspected and repaired by a professional electrician.

How long does breaker panel repair take?

The duration of breaker panel repair depends on the complexity of the issue and the extent of the repairs needed. Simple repairs such as replacing a faulty breaker may only take a few hours, while more extensive repairs or panel replacements can take a day or more. It's best to consult with a professional electrician who can assess the specific situation and provide a timeframe for the repair.

Is breaker panel repair covered by insurance?

Whether or not breaker panel repair is covered by insurance depends on your specific insurance policy. In some cases, repairs may be covered if they are necessary due to a covered peril, such as a fire or electrical surge. It's important to review your insurance policy and consult with your insurance provider to understand what is covered and what is not.

Washington Dedicated Circuit Services

There are many benefits to having one or more dedicated circuits in your home. First of all, and perhaps most importantly, they safely reduce the risk of overloading your electrical system and causing a fire. Relatedly, it also means that you won’t have to worry about tripping breakers or losing power when using multiple devices at once. Dedicated circuits can also improve the efficiency of your appliances by providing them with consistent power without interference from other devices. 

Appliances that may require dedicated circuits include: 

  • Electric ovens/ranges
  • Refrigerators/freezers
  • Dishwashers
  • Garbage disposals
  • Washing machines
  • Dryers
  • Air conditioners
  • Heat pumps
  • Furnaces
  • EV chargers

It’s important to note that not all these appliances will require their own dedicated circuit. It depends on their power requirements and the specific wiring setup of your home. One of our licensed electricians can inspect your home and determine which appliances or rooms need dedicated circuits. 

Call our Kirkland dedicated circuit electricians at (425) 537-4575 or message us online to request an estimate!

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Dedicated Circuit Technicians in Kirkland, Puyallup, and Bonney Lake

Installing a dedicated circuit involves running new wiring from your electrical panel to the location that needs it. The wiring is then connected to its own individual breaker in the panel. This ensures that if there’s ever an issue with an appliance or fixture, only that specific breaker will trip. 

It’s extremely important to have an electrician perform this kind of work for you. Electric work can be dangerous, and a licensed technician can ensure that everything is up to code and safe for long-term use. 

If you need a dedicated circuit installed, repaired, or upgraded, contact our Kirkland dedicated circuit technicians today. You can also call us at (425) 537-4575.

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