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Outlet Repair and Replacement

OUTLET INSTALLATION AND REPAIR

Because electricity is such an integral part of modern life, many homeowners take their electrical systems for granted. It’s easy to never give much consideration to your power outlets, but if they aren’t kept in the best condition possible, they can fall into disrepair, and that can often be an extremely dangerous situation. Faulty electrical outlets aren’t just a source of irritation in your Des Moines home: they can easily be the cause of electrical fires, damage to your property, or even serious injury to your or anyone else in your household.

At WIREONE, we strive to give all of our clients the absolute best electrical services possible, and a huge part of that is making sure that your electrical system is always as safe as possible. If you’ve noticed any malfunctioning outlets, don’t wait to have them repaired: call our professional Des Moines Electrician today for outlet repairs or replacements.

Importance of Outlet Repairs

Outlets have to withstand a lot of wear-and-tear, and if an outlet is loose—you may notice that anything plugged into it flickers, or doesn’t receive power at all—it’s very important that you have it repaired or replaced. You should also probably replace any two-prong outlets, and you’ll want to make sure that you have GFCI or AFCI outlets installed where they’re necessary.

Our electricians can help you make sure that all of the outlets in your Des Moines home are as safe and functional as possible. Call us for an electrical safety inspection, and we’ll help you determine whether or not any of your outlets need to be replaced or repaired in order to keep your home safe. The National Fire Protection Association lists faulty electrical wiring as the number one cause of house fires in the U.S., so ensuring that your home’s electrical system is always as safe as possible should be a main priority.

GFCI and AFCI Outlets

Ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) and arc fault circuit interrupters are two outlet devices that can keep your Des Moines home’s electrical system as safe as possible:

  • GFCIs – GFCIs will help prevent you or anyone else in your household from being shocked or electrocuted by any equipment. They monitor the difference between hot and neutral wires and they’ll instantly break the circuit if they detect an imbalance. These devices will help keep you and anyone in your household from being seriously injured by a malfunction with your electrical equipment.
  • AFCIs – Arc faults occur when an electrical current veers off of its intended path, and they can be caused by nearly anything, whether it’s a tree falling on a power line during a storm or you damage the wiring in your Des Moines home while moving furniture. Arc fault circuit interrupters can detect arc faults and cut off the circuit before it begins to overheat, and they’re estimated to prevent between 50 and 75% of fires that would occur without their presence.

Our professionals can make sure that these devices are present in every part of your home they need to be, and we’ll also make sure that they’re always in functioning condition.

Professional Installation

WIREONE has professional and experienced electricians who can inspect your electrical system and help you determine whether you need GFCI outlets or switches installed in any part of your home. If we do find places you need these outlets, we can also handle the complete installation of these devices. Although there are DIY instructions available for this, we recommend for your safety that you never attempt any work on your electrical system without the proper training and experience.  When dealing with electricity, it is always better to contact a professional Des Moines electrician.

Let’s connect!

If you’re interesting in learning more about GFCI outlets or any of our other electrical services, our team is standing by and ready to serve you, 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week.

Want to learn more? Give us a call today.