Jack Lehr installs, repairs, and upgrades circuit breakers for homeowners and business owners alike in the Greater Lehigh Valley.
Whether you are working on a new construction project and need full-building circuit breaker installations or are simply looking to upgrade your circuit breaker in your home, no job is too small for Jack Lehr.
Contact our master electricians in the Greater Lehigh Valley today to schedule service.
Upgrading Your Circuit Breaker
If you have an older home, you may find that your current circuit breaker does not have enough amps to manage all of the items in your home. Most modern circuit breaker panels have around 200 amp or more. Contact one of our professional electricians to complete your circuit breaker upgrade—this is not a task that an untrained professional should take on.
Installing a Circuit Breaker
Correct installation of your circuit breaker will ensure reliability. It is important that you do not take on this task by yourself. If you’re not familiar or comfortable working around electricity, call the experts. Remember that if you improperly install a circuit breaker, it can start a fire. Electricity coming into your home’s electrical panel can be potentially hazardous.
A professional electrician should install and reconnect all wiring. Jack Lehr Heating Cooling & Electric can take care of your entire installation from start to finish. Count on our electricians to install your circuit breaker in the Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton and Greater Lehigh Valley areas of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Circuit Breaker Testing
Maintaining your circuit breaker requires accurate and organized testing. It’s important to test your circuit accurately and the same way every time so that you can compare previous tests. Comparisons can provide a better picture of any changes that may have occurred over time indicating if the circuit breaker is working properly. Accurate testing requires analytical tools and proper reporting. It is best to have a professional conduct your circuit breaker testing to ensure valid results.
Circuit Breaker Types
There are many types of circuit breakers, but three common types include:
Standard circuit breakers—Single or double pole breakers. Single pole breakers are the most common breakers in a home. Double pole breakers typically occupy two spots on a circuit breaker panel and usually handle large appliances like water heaters and dyers.
Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) circuit breakers—these breakers cut power to the circuit when they are tripped by a current overload. These circuits are recommended in workshops where power tools are being used. It is not recommended to use this type of breaker for household appliances like refrigerators because the breaker can trip and turn off your appliance without you knowing.
Arc-fault circuit-interrupter (AFCI) circuit breakers—protect against electrical discharges that follow an abnormal path from electrical cords. The Arc will automatically shut off the electrical source because it can get hot enough to start a fire. These circuit breakers are found mostly in older homes.
Why Choose Jack Lehr for Circuit Breaker Services in Allentown?
When you’re looking for an electrical company in the Allentown, PA and surrounding Greater Lehigh Valley area, we know you have a lot of companies to choose from. When you choose Jack Lehr Heating, Cooling & Electric, you’ll benefit from our:
- Years of experience. We’re a local, family owned company that has been providing super service at reasonable prices for more than 40 years.
- Certified technicians. When you schedule an electrical services with Jack Lehr, we’ll never send a subcontractor to your home.
- 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. At Jack Lehr, we’re committed to quality and want you as a lifelong customer.
- Top-of-the-line products. We sell and install only the highest quality products that offer longer warranties—and we honor those warranties should anything go wrong!
- Respect for your home or business. We always clean our work area when we finish a job and use shoe covers and drop cloths where necessary.
- Financing options. Jack Lehr offers financing options with approved credit through Wells Fargo. We also accept payment by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover).
- And more!
To contact a Jack Lehr professional for circuit breaker services, call us at 888-454-7365.