Before we begin installing service disconnects, we first need to pull the proper
permits and have followed all local and national electrical codes.
The first step in installing service disconnects is to shut off power to the building or home. This can be done by turning off the main circuit breaker or disconnect switch.
Next, we’ll locate the service entrance to the building or home. This is where the electrical service wires enter the building and where the service disconnects will be installed.
The next step is to install the service disconnects. This will involve connecting the service wires to the disconnects and securing them in place. Make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions and any local codes and regulations.
Once the service disconnects are installed, we test them to make sure that they are functioning correctly.
Finally, it's essential to ground the service disconnects to prevent electrical hazards. This will involve driving a grounding rod into the ground and connecting it to the service disconnects.
Installing service disconnects is an important part of any electrical installation. By following the proper procedures and regulations, you can help ensure that your installation is safe and up to code. As an electrical company, it's our responsibility to provide high-quality service to our customers, and installing service disconnects is one way to do that. By keeping our customers safe and their electrical systems working correctly, we continue to build on our strong reputation by ensuring the safety of you and your home.