Your fuse box helps to distribute electricity evenly around your home. With built-in fuses and switches, it’s designed to trip as soon as there’s a fault or electricity overload somewhere – so it keeps you and your home safe.
Generally, fuse boxes don’t need a lot of maintenance. But as with all appliances, wear and tear eventually set in and you may have to reset a tripped switch or replace a blown fuse from time to time. To keep things running smoothly, we recommend getting a licensed electrician to give your fuse box a thorough once-over and trip and reset circuit breakers to stop corrosion. Your electrician will also spot faults early, replace any worn or corroded parts and test connections to make sure everything is working as it should.
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