Veteran Owned + Operated

Fort Myers, Florida



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Ralph-Sepulveda II Coharbor Electric
Ralph Sepulveda II
Service Manager
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Serving Clients Throughout SWFL
Since 2010

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Serving SWFL customers for 13+ years. Licensed and Insured throughout Florida.
EC13004475. EC13012422.

The Circuit Breaker is a safety switch that automatically shuts off the power to an appliance in case of a power surge.
When wires surpass the maximum current they are designed to carry, a number of issues can arise. This could be in the form of an electrical fire or even an explosion. Thankfully, Your home’s circuit breakers, or fuse box, help to maintain the flow of electricity and keep everything in place. When a surge in power occurs–perhaps due to a storm or other natural event–your circuit breakers will “trip” and make sure the current is distributed evenly.


If your circuit breaker is malfunctioning, it can be a serious problem.

Common Signs Your Circuit Breaker Needs An Upgrade or Replacement
Protect yourself from unexpected electrical failure by noticing these signs.
-Repeated tripping or blinking of lights
-Outdated circuit breakers
-Damaged or Broken wiring
-overheated electrical components
-Smelling a burning odor
-Poorly performing appliances
-Breaker is hard or can not reset


being aware of these warning signs can help you take steps towards having your circuit breaker serviced before any major damage occurs.

If you notice any of these signs, it’s best to call us as soon as possible.

For over two decades, our team at Coharbor Electric has been providing quality Circuit Breaker Upgrade and Replacement Services in Fort Myers, Naples, Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, Sanibel Island, Estero, Fort Myers Beach, Lehigh Acres and its surrounding areas.

For years, we have been providing our customers with exceptional results and satisfaction in their home safety and comfort. With our years of experience in the industry, we are committed to consistently delivering top-notch work every time making sure your home is safe and comfortable.

Our Circuit Breaker Upgrade and Replacement Services include:

Residential Circuit Breaker

Your circuit breaker box is not as simple as your other home appliances. We cannot overstate how important safety is when it comes to replacing circuit breakers. Your home’s electricity supply runs right into your electrical panel. Replacing a breaker incorrectly can lead to fire or explosion. As such, it is important that circuit breaker replacement only be completed by a qualified electrician like us.


Single-Pole Circuit Breakers

This type of breaker is designed to monitor a single wire and trip in the event of a short or overload condition. They are typically found in homes today and offer a convenient way to protect your circuits from potential damage caused by high current levels.

Single-pole breakers are designed to handle between 15 and 30 amps of current and provide 120 volts of power. With their ability to protect circuits from overloads, they can help keep your home or business safe.

If you’ve noticed that your circuit breaker is worn-out or visibly damaged, it may be time to look into an upgrade or replacement service.


Double-Pole Circuit Breakers

Double-pole circuit breakers provide a reliable and safe way to monitor the flow of electricity through two wires simultaneously. These breakers can be easily recognized by their two interlinked, side-by-side switches and are capable of shutting off power to both wires at once. Double-pole circuit breakers offer an added layer of protection.

They provide a safe and reliable way to deliver either 240 volts or 120/240 volts to an electrical circuit with a range of available current capacities – from 15 amps up to 200 amps. This makes them the ideal choice for both residential and commercial applications.


If the breaker does not stay in “reset” mode, or if it trips too often, then it may be time for a replacement or upgrade.


GFCI Circuit Breakers

GFCI circuit breakers are designed to detect any line-to-ground faults, which can be dangerous if undetected. They are designed to protect you and your family from electrocution by automatically shutting off power when the current flowing through a circuit is interrupted. GFCIs are required by some electrical codes in wet areas such as bathrooms and kitchens, making them an important part of any safety plan. electrical hazards.

If the breaker keeps tripping, it’s probably time for a replacement or upgrade.


AFCI Circuit Breakers

AFCI circuit breakers are super sensitive to any electrical arcing, such as when an electrical cord gets worn or its coating is too thin. If that happens, the circuit breaker will quickly shut off the power before any damage can be done.

Visible damage to a circuit breaker can be dangerous, and can lead to fires or other safety hazards. It is important to replace the damaged breaker with a new one as soon as possible.

Commercial Circuit Breaker

Industrial circuit breakers are a crucial component of any industrial electrical system. They are designed to handle a much larger electrical current than residential circuit breakers, making them essential for the safe operation of industrial machinery. With their ability to effectively manage power loads, these circuit breakers provide businesses with a reliable and efficient way to protect their investments.


Enclosed Circuit Breakers

Enclosed circuit breakers are essential components of large-scale power systems, designed to protect the system from high power fluctuations. They are built with heavy-duty materials and designed to withstand the toughest conditions and need to be securely enclosed in cabinets to protect them from accidental impacts and malicious use. These cabinets also need to be able to withstand various atmospheric conditions such as humidity, extreme temperatures, and dust.


Molded Case Industrial Circuit Breakers

Molded case industrial circuit breakers are essential components of any electrical system, providing safety and reliability. Molded case industrial circuit breakers are a step up from regular circuit breakers, offering increased versatility and power flow for larger areas. They are a must-have for any industrial setting, providing dependable protection.


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Our process


At Coharbor Electric, this is what to expect when entrusting us with fixing your electrical issues.



The first step is to get all the information we will need so that we can correctly assess the problem or situation. The photos or videos you send will be sent directly to the electrician.



Once our electrician has the info he needs, we will dispatch one in the next available spot–armed with expertise, equipment, and the parts he’ll most likely need.



Our Promise is to to You is to perform the job completely, efficiently, and to the Florida electrical code standards. We are committed to fair and honest pricing. 

Our pricing


We offer flat rate pricing for service calls, so you always know the price up front. Simple to understand. Flat-rate fixed price so you can be confident you’ll get what paid for. 


Years of experience


As a Florida homeowner, you have an endless list of choices for electrical contractors to hire…some great, some good, some bad. 

At Coharbor Electric, our benchmark is to be “great”.  If you decide to hire us for your electrical service, here’s what you can expect from our electricians:



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