GFCI Outlet Installation & Switch Repair Services
Marietta GFCI Outlet Installation & Switch Repair
At Snappy Electric, Plumbing, Heating, & Air, we know how dangerous electricity can be and how much you want to ensure your family is protected from electrical shocks. If you're concerned about your outlets, call us and ask about a GFCI outlet installation to keep you and your children safe. Don't mess with electrical problems. Call Snappy Electric, Plumbing, Heating, & Air in the Marietta, GA area for GFCI outlet installation or outlet repair.
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Need To Know
A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) is a device that guards against electrical shocks from the electrical devices we use every day. These outlets are especially useful in areas where there's moisture, such as the kitchen, garage or the bathroom where an accidental shock is likely. Failing to install a GFCI outlet in one of these locations can result in shock or burns to whoever is operating a device that develops a short.
If you're unsure whether you need these outlets or not, it's best to call a professional electrician and get their advice.
Today's homes are filled not only with our standard appliances but with electronic gadgets like cell phones, laptops, and tablets, all of which require charging -- usually via USB chargers. The trouble is there's never any outlets available, or you have to unplug a lamp or appliance just to charge your device. However, with a USB wall outlet installation, you get the full use of your appliances via your outlet along with the ability to charge your device at the same time. With so many devices that need charging now, USB outlets are a necessity.
Broken or damaged electrical outlets are dangerous, but sometimes you don't even know they've gone bad until it's too late. Here are 4 signs you need to fix your outlets right away.
- Outlet Plate is Cracked
- The Plug Is Loose Or Won't Stay Plugged In
- You Have Old Two-Pronged Outlets
- Power Goes On And Off
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