Easy Read Breaker Box Decals. Tough vinyl labels for Circuit Breakers, great for Home Owners, Apartment Complexes and Electricians. Place stickers directly on the breaker switch, makes identifying the
Arrives by Tuesday, Dec 15
About This Item
These Easy Read Breaker Box Decals for Circuit Breakers Great for Home Owners, Apartment Complexes and Electricians, help add some extra convenience and safety. Each one is made with a permanent adhesive that will stay on tight. These labels are ideal for use with switches, breaker boxes and fuse boxes. These breaker box labels are clearly printed and easy to read. They’re resistant to oil and water, so they’ll stay on for a long time in most conditions. These switch labels are ideal for setting up electrical systems in a home or apartment building. They come in two sheets of 150. One set has pre-printed labels while the others are blank so you can customize your own.
Easy Read Breaker Box Decals for Circuit Breakers Great for Home Owners Apartment Complexes and Electricians:
- Can be applied directly to switches
- Breaker box labels with clearly printed writing
- Includes 1 sheet of blank labels so you can write your own
- Resistant to oil and water
- Made with permanent adhesive
- Helps add extra convenience and safety at home or in other buildings
Why You Should Label Your Electrical Panel Right Now
Don’t get caught in the dark.
It’s important to understand which circuit breakers control which areas of your home. This information is useful when doing electrical work and you need to isolate an area of your home to shut off the power, but also in an emergency when the power goes out.
When the power goes out in just one section of your home, the likely culprit is a tripped circuit breaker. Usually, looking inside the breaker box will show you one tripped breaker switch that has flipped and is pointing in a different direction than the others. But b y labeling your breaker box by room and area, you’ll confirm which breaker it is that tripped, without playing the guessing game and resetting everything.
Don’t rely on an electrician to have labeled your interior breaker panel or your main electrical panel outside. If you’re lucky you will open the panel and see everything labeled. If not, take the time to flip and test every switch and label it yourself. It’s also helpful to identify the main power switch to the house, which is useful in case of storm or flooding emergency that necessitates turning off all power as quickly as possible.
Label your electrical panel with a fine permanent marker, as pen and pencil will quickly fade over time. If you are curious about what’s inside the panel, check out our guide of how a breaker panel works. If something doesn’t look right with your panel or it seems damaged, contact an electrician immediately.Don't get caught in the dark. ]]>