When you install a new major appliance in your home, you may need a new dedicated circuit. In fact, the National Electrical Code requires some circuits in kitchens and bathrooms to be dedicated and even protected by a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlet. We often find older homes have only a few circuits that power the entire house, where a modern home of the same size is wired with 10 to 30 circuits throughout the house. This lack of power can cause appliances to fail quicker and fuses/breakers to blow more often. Our certified technicians can install more circuits to take the pressure off the original circuits to prevent this from happening. We install all kinds of dedicated circuits from 110v to 220v.