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98 Wadsworth Blvd. # 127-269

Lakewood, CO 80226

Electrical Contractor                               EC 0102157

Master Electrician                                    ME 3000790

Licensed and Bonded

About Us

Bottom to the Top Electric – Owner, Master Electrician & Licensed Electrical Contractor Kevin C. Joseph, Native Coloradan, 16 years in the industry. All Electrical services. No job too big or too small. Specializing in all electrical installations and electrical code. Residential and commercial electrical work.

We are a local Denver, Colorado company serving customers all along the front range region, are fully licensed, bonded, and insured, and treat everyone we work with like family.

No matter if it’s installing a ceiling fan or any electrical repair, it’s never okay to attempt to handle them on your own. Trying to take care of electrical problems without professional training is extremely dangerous. If you or someone else aren’t hurt during your attempt, there’s still a chance that you’ve left something undone that poses a huge risk to you, your home, or your family. In fact, faulty electrical wiring is the number one cause of house fires in the United States, according to the National Fire Protection Agency. So in order to make sure that your home is safe, always rely on a professional for any electrical services.

Customer Reviews

He is punctual, reliable, courteous, very knowledgeable and pleasant to have in area. He is now my go to electrician! Fine job on new electrical panel upgrade and new high amp circuits needed.

Irene C.

Will be using them for all my electrical needs and will refer them to friends and neighbors! skilled professionals that went to work swiftly and efficiently. Thanks and Highly Recommended.


Professional, prompt, polite, hardworking and GET THE JOB DONE RIGHT. I am so thankful for the work they did, difficult, unique, creative. To say they exceeded all of my expectations is an understatement.

Jack D.

Projects and Services

What You Need To Know

What Do I Need to Know Before a Service Upgrade?

An electrical main panel, also known as service panel, circuit breaker box or load center, is the main distribution point for electrical circuits in your house. Think of it as the heart of the electrical systems. This is where the power comes into your home. Electrical panels usually provide in between 100 and 400 amps of power to your house, depending on the rating. Power reaches the house through the utility company’s lines (service entrance).

Benefits of Conducting Electrical Panel Upgrade?

The most important benefit of upgrading your electrical panel is safety. Knowing that your home is protected from fire hazards caused by overloaded circuits. You could have a peace of mind knowing your home and family are protected. You will be able to use your modern appliances safely and know that your new electronic equipment is protected. Opportunity to add more circuits to power you house. Updating your electrical system may increase your home’s resale value. Also, insurance companies are more likely to give you insurance under good terms.

When I Need to Consider Electrical Panel Upgrade?

Following are some of the indicators that your electrical panels need upgrade:

  • Current panel is in poor condition
    • Current panel is old and has only a few circuits, and your breakers do not trip (breakers are designed to trip and protect the wire from getting overloaded and heating up).
    • Circuit breakers trip frequently
    • Lights dim when turning on other appliances
    • Adding high power-consumption appliances like EV charging station or SPA

Standards generally recognize that the life expectancy of electric panels is about 25-40 years. With older panels, contact points become corroded, possibly causing arcing, brownouts, and, at worst, fires, personal injury, and property damage.

What Does Electrical Service Upgrade Mean?

Electrical service upgrade means allowing more electrical power to come to your house. Many older homes were built with 50, 60 or 100 amps which was at the time sufficient to support house’s electrical needs. They weren’t designed to facilitate modern appliances like EV charging stations, dishwashers, AC’s etc. that we have come to depend on. To accommodate today’s typical electric demand with high power-consumption appliances, a 200 A panel is recommended. It is also important to note that larger panel itself won’t use more electricity. It just means you will have more space available for adding circuits and more electrical capacity to supply your household needs as they arise.

How Much Does It Cost to Upgrade Electrical Panel?

The price usually varies in between $1000-$3500, depending on the property and the type of an upgrade. The key factors which determine the price are:
1) If it is a main or a sub panel
2) If it includes service upgrade
3) If it is with a meter or without
4) The scale of the upgrade
5) The positioning of the panel

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