Circuit Breakers

Kansas City Circuit Breaker Services

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When you think of your home’s electrical system, you probably think of the wires and outlets. However, there is another important component that is often overlooked: the circuit breaker. This device is responsible for protecting your home from electrical overloads and short circuits. If you are having trouble with your circuit breaker, you need to call a professional electrician right away. At CM Mose & Son, we offer a full range of circuit breaker services in Kansas City and the surrounding areas. Whether you need a new circuit breaker installed or an old one repaired, we have you covered.

Call (816) 339-5190 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with our team today!

What Does a Circuit Breaker Do?

A circuit breaker is a device that is designed to protect your home from electrical overloads and short circuits. It does this by automatically shutting off the flow of electricity when it detects a problem. This helps to prevent electrical fires and other dangerous situations. If you are having trouble with your circuit breaker, you need to call a professional electrician right away.

Signs You Need Circuit Breaker Repair

It is important to keep an eye out for signs that your circuit breaker may need to be repaired. If you notice any of the following issues, you should call a professional electrician right away:

  • Tripping Circuit Breaker: If your circuit breaker keeps tripping, it may be a sign that it is overloaded. This can happen if you have too many appliances or devices plugged into the same circuit. However, if your circuit breaker keeps tripping even when you are not using many appliances, it may be a sign of a more serious problem and you should call a professional electrician right away.
  • Burning Smell: If you notice a burning smell coming from your circuit breaker, you should call a professional electrician right away. This can be a sign that the wires are overheating and starting to melt. If this happens, it can cause a fire and you should turn off the power to your home right away.
  • Hot Circuit Breaker: If your circuit breaker feels hot to the touch, it may be a sign that it is overloaded. This can happen if you have too many appliances or devices plugged into the same circuit. However, if your circuit breaker feels hot even when you are not using many appliances, it may be a sign of a more serious problem and you should call a professional electrician right away.
  • Sparks or Smoke: If you see sparks or smoke coming from your circuit breaker, you should call a professional electrician right away. This can be a sign that the wires are short-circuiting and starting to melt. If this happens, it can cause a fire and you should turn off the power to your home right away.
  • Corrosion: If you notice any signs of corrosion on your circuit breaker, you should call a professional electrician right away. This can be a sign that the wires are starting to rust and corrode. If this happens, it can cause a short circuit and you should turn off the power to your home right away.

Call (816) 339-5190 to schedule an appointment with our team today!

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