Whether you are installing new appliances or remodeling your home, you may need to repair or install new electrical switches or outlets. Modern electrical outlets provide flexible, safe, and reliable power delivery. Have you noticed the electrical outlets in your home not working as well as they used to? Are they able to hold a plug? If not, then it may be time to repair or replace it. Having malfunctioning outlets can be a serious shock and fire hazard. If you notice that your outlets spark when you plug or unplug an appliance, it is a sign to install a new outlet. Our electricians make sure your home is equipped with the right receptacles and switches to ensure that your home is safe and up to code.
GFCI outlets are Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupters. These outlets contain test and reset buttons on them. They are used to help prevent electric shocks and are required in all homes. Some older homes may need to update their outlets to GFCI to keep their homes safe. You should normally see these plugs in places that get wet, such as a bathroom or outside.