Home Insurance company asked me for the Amps for electricity in home. I have no idea how to find out. My house was built in 1989 and I believe that electric panel was never replaced. House is in Brampton.
Sandro Melfi Master Electrician
Melfi Electric Inc.
By the sounds of it you still have a glass fuse panel. Typically there should be a sticker (name plate) it will show your volts and amps. If its a breaker panel there should be a bigger breaker off to the side separate from the main cluster of all the other breakers and it should be indicated on the breaker what your amperage is. But the most common size is 100a. Side note I've heard that some insurance companies will charge a higher premium if you have a fuse panel versus a breaker panel. I hope this helps.
Have a good day
Thanks for the help. I have breakers in the panel.
Thank you all for answering.
Search the TrustedPros directory and discover the best contractors in your area.Find your home service pro