Dedicated Circuit Installation in Tampa & Clearwater, Florida

Do you need dedicated outlet or circuit wiring for your home microwave, refrigerator, HVAC system, or any other major appliance? If yes, then you’ve found the right place to be. For complete circuit wiring and electrical services in Tampa, you can always trust Hoffman Electrical to provide!

Our specialists have been offering complete electrical service to home and business owners in Florida for years. When you want higher functionality and safe electrical access, no one can offer you the customer-focused and cost-minded approach that our certified electricians in St. Petersburg can.

For electrical and dedicated circuit wiring services in Tampa and St. Petersburg contact Hoffman Electrical online now, or call us at 866-238-3243 to schedule a consultation!

What Is a Dedicated Circuit?

A circuit is essentially a path that electricity follows in your home. This path is made via wiring that travels from your breaker box to the associated outlets and switches, which become operable when the process is closed and activated, giving you electrical power to the outlets for use in appliances.

A dedicated circuit is essentially no different, except in this case the circuit is, well, dedicated. This circuit is completely independent and is designed to provide power to one thing only. This is primarily used where a large demand or draw on electrical power is going to occur, as is employed in the safe application of major equipment that includes:

  • Ovens, ranges, and stoves
  • Washing machines
  • Dryers
  • Refrigerators
  • Microwaves
  • Plasma televisions
  • Water heaters
  • HVAC systems
  • And more

It is an electrical code requirement that all of these appliances be attached to a dedicated circuit, which means if you aren’t using one you’ll need to get a new dedicated circuit wiring for electrical code correction!

The Benefits of Dedicated Circuit Use

Why go through the effort? Well, the benefits speak for themselves:

  • Safety. Firstly, and most importantly, using dedicated outlets will help you stay safe. When large draw equipment is used in a normal circuit it can very easily and very quickly cause overloading, which presents a considerable risk to both you and your home.
  • Smooth electrical access. Using dedicated circuits limits flickering lights, breaker trips, and other common interruptions that occur when dedicated circuits aren’t in use.
  • Easy maintenance and service. By using dedicated circuits you ensure if a problem arises with wiring it is more easily pinpointed, and thus cheaper and faster to have repaired or replaced!

Our Dedicated Circuit Wiring Process

Our specialists always want to ensure we’re offering services that meet your needs. Every home is unique, and every electrical system requires a somewhat different approach to get things working smoothly and optimally. That’s why we always start with a complete assessment and analysis of your breaker panel and current electrical systems. We’ll use this to determine the most effective wiring methods in order to give you safe, easy access to dedicated circuits for major tools and appliances.

Each service concludes with a thorough inspection and testing of our work, ensuring all connections are solid and secure, and the new circuit and associated outlet are in perfect working order. We want to ensure you get the best service we can muster, and we’re not satisfied until you get it!

Dedicated Circuitry Installation in Hillsborough & Pinellas County

When it’s time to install dedicated circuits in your home, there’s only one name you need to know—Hoffman Electrical! Contact us today for a free estimate on dedicated circuitry in Hillsborough or Pinellas counties.

Our Service Areas Include:

Hillsborough County (FL) – Apollo Beach, Bloomingdale, Brandon, Carrollwood, Cheval, Citrus Park, Clearwater, East Lake, Lake Magdalene, Lutz, Palm River, Plant City, Riverview, Tampa, Town ‘n’ Country, and Valrico.

Pinellas County (FL) – Clearwater Beach, Dunedin, East Lake, Largo, Oldsmar, Palm Harbor, Pinellas Park, Seminole, St. Petersburg, St. Pete Beach, and Tarpon Springs.