Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) August 22, 2012
Thomas Edison Electric is now offering 120/240 volt dedicated appliance circuits for a home’s washer, dryer, air conditioner, refrigerator, hot tub, swimming pool, and more. These PA Electricians understand the wonderful feeling of what adding a new appliance to a home can be like, and they pledge to make sure that any electrical system is ready to support these new additions.
If there is no plug, or the current plug has insufficient power, they will work to install a new circuit. The electrician will inspect the plug and determine the amperage requirements of the appliance circuit the customer intends to use on that outlet. Doing this makes sure it is compatible with the receptacle’s slot pattern. Once their master electrician determines the final needs for the particular appliance, the Philadelphia electrical contractor will then install the circuitry required. After that, the homeowner will be able to use the new appliance immediately.
Dedicated circuits are required by the National Electrical Code, and the code requires that every fixed appliance must be served by a separate and dedicated circuit, not shared by any other appliance. In fact, if it has a motor, it needs its own circuit. If a person has ever had a major appliance connected to the same circuit as another and a circuit breaker has tripped or a fuse has blown, than he or she probably understands the need for specific circuits.
Looking for the licensed electrician Bucks County, PA residents voted as the winner of the 2012 “Best of Bucks” award? Well, look no further than Thomas Edison Electric. Thomas Edison Electric prides itself on delivering electrical solutions to homes and businesses when they need them. Thomas Edison’s highly qualified team of licensed and insured PA electricians are available for big projects or small—24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
To learn about their 120/240 volt dedicated appliance circuits, or the other electrical services they offer visit them on the web at http://www.philadelphiaelectrician.com or call 215-226-3300.