If you are planning on getting new appliances such as a new kitchen appliance or more, it may require a dedicated circuit. Larger appliances such as refrigerators, washers, dryers and stoves all draw a considerable amount of electrical current and, a dedicated circuit ensures that the appliance is draws the electricity necessary without overloading the system. These additional circuits are not only essential for safety but also are required by the National Electrical Code. At Interstate Electric, we can help you install new appliances and add dedicated circuits if needed. Contact us today for one of our professional electricians to give your property a full assessment.

To give more clarity on what a dedicated circuit is, it provides electricity for one specific appliance. This is to ensure it properly receives enough electricity to run efficiently without potentially damaging the performance of all other appliances. It also ensures the electrical system in place does not overload, blow a fuse or trip a breaker. An incorrect wire size or inadequate amperage can overheat a system and possibly cause a fire which is why it is imperative to have a licensed electrician properly work on and care for a dedicated circuit. Installing a dedicated circuit properly will keep all your appliances, electronics and wiring performing at maximum efficiency.


The time is now to make sure that all of the following are up-to-snuff:  
    • Refrigerators
    • Ovens
    • Microwaves
    • Freezers
    • Dishwasher
    • Washers
    • Dryers
    • Space Heaters
    • Central Air Systems
    • Furnaces
    • Air Conditioners
    • Water Heaters
    • Garage Door Openers
    • Sump Pumps
    • Whirlpools/Jacuzzis/Hot Tubs

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