Clinton Bland did a great job on our heating unit. He was very knowledgeable and efficient.Debbie Young1/01/2020
Excellent service very knowledgable and polite got the job done thank you NoahJon Waller12/28/2019
Efficient; pleasant to deal with; offered to search for other equipment that is needed aside from the original call. Thank you Mark Vaughn.Marshall County12/27/2019
Chris, your one great tech... love your work, and you have a great attitude. Keep up the good work! We appreciate all the service you have done for our business over the years. Thank You very much.MODERN LOAN11/27/2019
We love Hunter Heat & Air! Ever since they installed our heating and cooling system, we have had them come out twice a year to clean and check the unit and have been very pleased with all of the techs. Today L1-Nathaniel Mauldin was here, and he was just as nice, polite, and efficient as everyone that we have had contact with at Hunter Heat & Air. He alerted us to a part that was not functioning as it should and could potentially cause issues later, so we went ahead and had it replaced. He took the time to check to see if we were still covered under warranty, and thankfully the part was covered, so we only had to pay a small labor cost. So appreciate Hunter Heat & Air. Thank you for such great service!RuthAnne Darr11/14/2019
Safety Warnings Regarding Federal Pacific Electric and Zinsco Electrical Panels
If your electrical panel was manufactured by the Federal Pacific Electric Company (FPE) or Zinsco it could be outdated and may leave your home open to electrical troubles. These two brands have been deemed hazardous due to the frequency of malfunctions that can cause shock and fire hazards and need to be replaced right away.
Federal Pacific Electric Panels: If your home was built between the 1950s and the 1980s, then you may have an electrical panel manufactured by Federal Pacific Electric Company (FPE) that needs to be replaced. These panels fail to trip at a much higher rate than other panels. What does this mean? When a panel fails to trip, that means the power does not cut off but continues to surge, and can’t be stopped manually. The electricity continues to burn until it runs out of fuel, or until the wires melt. Failure to trip is a dangerous fire hazard. A New Jersey State Court even ruled that this company “violated the Consumer Fraud Act because FPE knowingly and purposefully distributed circuit breakers which were not tested to meet UL standards…” If you have an panel manufactured by FPE, call Hunter for an electrical panel replacement right away.
Zinsco Electric Panels: While a Zinsco panel can function properly for years and even decades, as higher energy demands are placed upon a Zinsco panel they have a strong tendency to overheat. When this happens, breakers melt and are no longer capable of tripping. This leads to an extreme amount of energy surging that can’t be shut off manually, and there is a great potential for these panels to catch fire. If you still have a Zinsco electrical panel, call Hunter to upgrade to an electrical panel that can safely handle today’s increased energy needs.
Do you have questions about your electrical panel or concerns about safety? Worried Someone You Know Might Have a Hazardous or Outdated Panel?
Click here and send us an email or call the Hunter Super Tech Electricians 833-270-6111 and our licensed local electrical contractor will be able to give you advice about the potential hazards and dangers of Federal Pacific Electric, Zinsco, and outdated panels. We are also willing to provide your home with a 100% FREE In-Home Safety Analysis.
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