Electrical wiring and safety is a serious matter, and it’s often better to have a professional electrician rewire your house safely, than take risks. Certified Electricians are knowledgeable with current coding, and can ensure the technical details are taken care of. If you have multiple cords jammed into a single outlet, loose cords or overused areas, it may be worth rewiring to reduce fire risk. Repeated fuse issues, or a visibly hot outlet should be addressed as soon as possible.
- Among the many reasons to call an electrician are flickering and waning lights, signs of rust, or no lights at all.
- An electrician can install more outlets that will eliminate messy extension cords and bumps under rugs from plugs.
- Rely on a good electrician for projects near water and to convert older outlets into three pronged compatible ones
“Wet locations such as kitchens, baths and utility rooms, as well as grounded areas like your basement or garage, now require outlets protected by Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters, or GFCIs.”
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