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Got an electrical panel in your closet?

We recently worked with a customer in apartment complex who had a small electrical panel in a closet. This particular panel has been known to cause fires. We were able to not only replace this panel, but also get it relocated out of the closet to pass current code requirements. How can we help you get up to code? Give us a call, text, or contact us online

“Overcurrent devices shall not be located in the vicinity of easily ignitable material, such as in clothes closets” – Section 240-24(d) of the National Electrical Code

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