Panel & Subpanel
Maintenance and


Subpanel & Electrical Panel Services

Electrical Work Perfected

Panel and subpanel installation and maintenance services are one of the cornerstones of all electrical work. We understand this, which is why we ensure all of our trained and certified electricians are fully prepared to handle all needs pertaining to this important electrical service. In modern times we use significantly more electricity than some older buildings are equipped to handle, so upgrading your panels and subpanels can be important to ensure your building is equipped to handle any electrical needs you have.

Contact us today to upgrade your electric panel or subpanel today. 

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We are Ottawa Electric


We are committed to following all safety best practices during your project, and will ensure all services are completed up to code to keep you safe.


We have years of experience helping the Ottawa region with their electrical services, we can complete your project in a timely manner no matter what.


We guarantee we will provide you with the highest quality service each and every time. You can depend on us!


Electrical Panel Upgrades in Ottawa

An electrical panel, also known as a breaker, fuse box, or load centre brings a proper electrical flor to all the appliances in your house. If your panel frequently trips or a fuse repeatedly blows, contact Ottawa Electric, you may be in need of electrical panel services. When these trips happen very often, they might be something going on with your electrical panel that requires more attention than simply flipping the switch.

At Ottawa Electric, we offer expert and professional panel upgrade services in Ottawa to ensure your house is equipped with reliable and safe electricity for your home – for life! An electrical panel installed by professionals, like the team at Ottawa Electric, can last up to 40 years! No matter if you have an older home or a new build, we can help with all your subpanel and panel upgrades, installations, and maintenance needs.


When Should You Upgrade Your Electrical Panel?

It’s very common that homeowners of homes built in the 1960s or earlier will be rated for 100 amps. In this day in age, we have more modern appliances in our homes and new technology. This can require a fuse box replacement, breaker maintenance, or an upgraded panel to 200 or even 400 amps to give you the appropriate power to accommodate your property’s electrical needs. 

Even if you have a more recently built home, sometimes the electrical panel installed may not be updated enough to accommodate appliances that are becoming more and more common like hot tubs, home electrical vehicle (EV) chargers, and much more. If you’re not sure about the state of your electrical panel, contact our team today to book an inspection!


What People are Saying


Asked Questions

Absolutely. Not only will getting a panel upgrade for your home be more convenient and reduce light flickering, trips, and blown fuses, but it’s also a safety hazard to avoid electrical panel upgrades or replacements. When the electricity needed for your home is too much for an old or outdated electrical panel to handle, it can overheat, break down, or even catch fire. Contact Ottawa Electric if you’re ever unsure of the status of your current electrical panel. We will be happy to investigate and do any necessary electrical panel installations in Ottawa for your properties.

Most modern homes are equipped with a 200 amps electrical panel. Although it supplies standard electricity for the average home, sometimes this still cannot support larger electrical heating systems or appliances for larger homes.

In these cases, a 300 amps electrical panel upgrade or even 400 amps panel upgrade might be needed. At Ottawa Electric, we will be able to evaluate your home and recommend a panel upgrade solution that works best for you.

There are a few telltale signs your electrical panel is in need of an upgrade. Some of which include:

  • You have a home built in the 1960s or earlier.
  • You have recently added a new feature or appliance to your home such as a hot tub, EV Charger, or pool.
  • You notice dim or flickering lights in your home.
  • Your panel or breakers frequently trip.
  • You often have a blown fuse.
  • Your panel or breaker or fuse box is hot to the touch, has a burning smell, or makes a crackling noise.