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Installation of dedicated appliance circuits includes new wiring, circuit breaker and outlets for the following:
"We do dedicated electrical circuits and all other things electrical "
Dedicated Electrical circuits we install
120 volt circuits installed
240 volt circuits installed
EV (electric vehicle) charger circuit
Relocation of existing circuits and outlets
Spa and hot tub circuits and hook ups
Range or cook top circuit
Garage door opener
Radiant floor heating circuit
Holiday lighting circuit
Circuits for work bench convenience outlets
Bathroom hair dryer circuit
Portable space heater circuit
Air conditioner circuit
Water heater circuits
Patio heater circuits
Garage freezer circuit
Treadmill & gym equipment circuits
Wall heater circuit
Motorized gate circuit
Conversion 220 volt circuit and outlet to 110 volt
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For safety, cost effectiveness and electrical circuits life, keep your electrical system happy with just power of dedicated electrical circuits:
How many appliances can dedicated electrical circuits or particular circuit handle?
To determine how many watts dedicated electrical circuits can handle, you need to know two things. First, you need to know how many amperes, or amps, the circuit wire is rated. An amp is the amount of electrical current that flows through a circuit. In most homes, lighting and small appliance circuits are 15 or 20 amps, and major appliances are on 20, 50 or even 60 amp circuits.
To determine the amount of wattage a branch circuit can handle, multiply the circuit's amperage by the circuit's volts. A 20-amp, 120-volt circuit can handle 2,400 watts.
The following list gives you the average wattage rating for common household equipment:
Baseboard heater 1,600
Clothes Dryer 4,900
Frost-Free Deep Freeze 500
Frost-Free Refrigerator 615
Garbage Disposal 450 to 950
Oven 4,000 to 8,000
Range 4,000 to 5,000
Room Heater 1,350
Standard Deep Freeze 400
Standard Refrigerator 325
Washing Machine 500
Water Heater 2,000 to 5,000