An electrical panel is the main distribution point for your building’s electrical circuits. An electrician is equipped with the appropriate tools and knowledge to safely disconnect and relocate the breaker and branch circuits in each panel, minimizing any chances of personal injury and ensuring your business’ lights continue running as they should.
2. National Electric Code
The National Electrical Code (NEC) requires that electrical equipment maintain approximately 3 to 4 feet of working space in certain conditions, and all equipment doors must be able to open 90 degrees. An electrical contractor will relocate your panels correctly so that they remain in accordance with the NEC’s guidelines.
Relocating panels can involve extensive rewiring, and some buildings may require you to secure proper permits. A professional will secure the appropriate paperwork and get the job done the first time without having to grapple with unfamiliar procedures or equipment. As a business owner, this efficiency can save you from serious headaches in the future.