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Commercial Breaker Box Installation, Indian Trail, NC

We provide commercial breaker box installation for new construction, replacement of failed breaker boxes, and upgrading from fuse box systems.

Commercial Breaker Box Installation in Indian Trail, North Carolina
Circuit breakers came into being back in the 1960s as the new standard that replaced fuse box systems to guard against power issues on a circuit. Although many commercial buildings that were built before the 1960s still have the fuse box system, any new construction is required to have breaker box installation. If you are building a new structure in Indian Trail, North Carolina, turn to our professionals here at Lamm Electric to install the entire electrical system, including commercial breaker box installation. We have been serving the commercial electrical services needs of this community since 1993 and have earned a stellar reputation for quality and integrity.

In addition to new construction, we also assist customers looking to upgrade from an old fuse box system or those who have a breaker box panel that has failed and needs to be replaced. Our commercial breaker box installation is done completely to code and takes into account the power demands of your building. We discuss with you what any potential future needs might be so that we can install a box with room to grow, if need be.

If you have a need for commercial breaker box installation or repairs on either a breaker box or fuse box system, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are confident you will appreciate our top-notch workmanship and quality products that will give you long-term results for your investment. Call today to schedule an appointment or to get answers to any questions you might have.

At Lamm Electric, we offer commercial breaker box installation services in Charlotte, Belmont, Huntersville, Indian Trail, Matthews, Mint Hill, Harrisburg, and Mt. Holly, North Carolina.