Do you have an electrical outlet in your house that you’ve been meaning to replace? Are you simply rearranging your furniture to avoid the dead spot? If so, you’re in luck. Our team of licensed, skilled electricians can provide you with affordable, services to replace your old electrical receptacle or add another receptacle to any room.
Electrical Outlet Upgrades & Repairs
Many property owners who purchased an older house know the struggle the two-prong outlet. These receptacles limit your electrical real estate for appliances. It isn’t as simple as replacing your 2-prong outlets with 3-prong models. Grounding is important to substantially reduce chances of shock and appliance damage. We always offer a safety first approach to installation in order to meet your requirements and the highest standards of our industry.
There’s more than one way to upgrade an outlet in your house. Our skilled technicians can also install a USB outlet in your house for even more efficient device charging. Or if you’re the proud owner of a smart home, you can install smart outlets that give you better security and synchronicity between your smart devices.
There are several reasons that an outlet would require repairs or replacement. The most common are a wall receptacle that does not transfer any power, and a receptacle that no longer holds your plugs in place.
If you have a broken outlet in your house, give our electrical repair technicians a call. If you try to plug something in and it doesn’t work, you might have a dead outlet. If you aren’t sure of the problem, we’ll be happy to test your outlets and find the cause of the issue.
As with all electrical problems, there are numerous things to look out for when replacing or upgrading outlets. Our technicians can upgrade your outlets with ease, without requiring rewiring in most cases. That means you can easily update any receptacle to a GFCI with the right equipment and know how. GFCI or Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters are able to protect from electric shock by sensing an abnormal current and stopping electricity from flowing.
Installing Electrical Outlets
Adding outlets to any room is no small task. If you’re remodeling, you may need to move installed outlets or install new ones to accommodate the space. This is a great time to check out a new receptacle model, like the 20-amp receptacle used in kitchens for extra power. We also install tamper-resistant outlets that are best for a family with curious youngsters.
On average, outlet installation costs just under $200. This is mostly for the hourly fee of your contractor, so a property with less complex wiring will have a lower cost than a property that requires hours worth of rewiring.
Contact The Electrical Outlet & Switch Experts
Replacing outlets in your house can be dangerous if not done correctly. It is always best to seek the help of a licensed electrician for installations of GFCI sockets, circuit components, and other problems where the risk of shock is present. We’ll also use the latest equipment to ensure that your wiring, switches, and receptacles have all received proper installation.