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Switches & Outlets Installation or Replacement

Whether you’re installing new appliances or remodeling your home, you may need to repair or install new electrical switches or outlets.

If you’ve noticed that the electrical outlets in your home aren’t working as well as they use to, or they aren’t able to hold the plug, 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. You mustn’t try to repair or replace your outlets without the help of a professional.

Standard electrical Outlets

The standard household electrical outlet consists of two three-pronged, polarized receptacles. Each receptacle has a 120-volt ‘hot’ wire, a neutral wire and a ground. Since the code requires both ground or bound wire, it ensures both functional and safe delivery of power to your household.

GFCI Outlets

GFCI outlets are ground-fault circuit interrupters. These outlets contain test and reset buttons on them, and they are used to help prevent electric shocks. Codes require GFCIs in all homes, so older homes may need to update their outlets to GFCI outlets to keep their homes safe.

The electrical code requires you to have GFCI outlets installed in bathrooms, kitchens, and outdoor areas because these areas often get wet. The GFCI outlets’ built-in feature ensures safety.

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