Electrical Panels

St. George Electrical Panel Service

Serving Washington & Washington County

The electrical panel is the heart of your home and business’ electrical system. Whether you're looking to install a new panel or need repair or maintenance for an existing one, High Tech Electric has the experience necessary to do the job efficiently and safely. Our St. George electrical panel service pros can offer good advice on what type of panel installation will work best for your residential or commercial electrical needs. 

Types of Electrical Panels

Electrical panels come in different types, each serving a specific purpose.

The Main Breaker Panel

The most common type of panel houses the main breaker, which can shut off all power to the property in case of an emergency and prevent dangerous electrical fires. 

The Fuse Box

This older type of electrical panel uses fuses, rather than breakers, to protect against electrical overloads. When the current exceeds the fuse's rated capacity, the fuse melts or "blows," interrupting the electrical flow. 

Main Lug Panels

These are typically used as distribution panels downstream of the main breaker panel, meaning electricity may be able to be turned off without actually entering the building. This can be a vital safety factor during a fire.


These smaller electrical panels draw power from the main panel to distribute to a specific area. They are typically used in large properties where the main panel cannot accommodate all circuits.

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How Circuit Breakers Can Keep You Safe

A circuit breaker installed inside your electrical panel offers numerous benefits, primarily related to safety and convenience. When an overload or a short circuit occurs, the circuit breaker immediately interrupts the flow of electricity, preventing damage to the appliances and reducing the risk of electrical fires. This automatic shut-off feature makes circuit breakers more efficient and safer than traditional fuses.

Circuit breakers also enhance the convenience factor. Unlike fuses, which need replacement after they blow, circuit breakers can be easily reset by flipping the switch back to the 'on' position once the issue has been resolved.

Moreover, with a circuit breaker, you can manually switch off the power supply for specific circuits during maintenance or repair work. This way, it not only ensures safety but also allows for easier management of your electrical system.

Call our St. George electrical panel service contractors at (435) 466-7144 or reach out online today.

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The Signs Electric Panels Need Repair

Here are three key signs that your electrical panel may need repair:

Breakers Are Tripping

Occasional tripping could happen, particularly if something unusual means you have a lot of electrical outlets in use at once. But frequent tripping for no explainable reason could signify a problem with your panel. 

Odd Sounds From the Panel

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