Safety Devices

  • Install GFCI receptacles to keep your family safe from electrical hazards.
  • AFCI are electrical safety devices designed to prevent fires caused by dangerous electrical arcs.
  • Install tamper resistant outlets to protect your children and grandchildren from the dangers of electrical outlets.
  • Check your electrical wiring to make sure it is wired for safety and not a potential fire hazard.
  • Install home surge protection to protect your electronics.

Electrical Wiring

If your home is 40 years old or older have a licensed electrician conduct a safety check to make sure your electrical wiring is safe. Many home tragedies are caused by ...
  • Inadequate and overburdened electrical systems.
  • Thermally reinsulated walls and ceilings burying wiring.
  • Defeated or compromised over current protection.
  • Worn-out wiring devices not being replaced.
  • Poorly done electrical repairs.
  • Economic considerations resulting in unsafe installations.

Contact a Professional Electrician Contact A+ Electrical Services to ensure your electrical projects are taken care of by a licensed electrician.

GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter)

  • Install GFCI receptacles to keep your family safe from electrical hazards.

  • GFCI receptacles are required in kitchens and bathrooms according to electrical code.

  • GFCI receptacles are designed to provide protection against electrical shock from ground faults.

  • GFCI receptacles must be checked regularly (monthly).


Contact a Professional Electrician Contact A+ Electrical Services to install GFCI receptacles and protect you and your family from electrical shocks.

AFCI (Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter)


  • AFCI are electrical safety devices designed to prevent fires caused by dangerous electrical arcs.

  • AFCI circuit breakers should be installed by certified electrician as sometimes you may need to correct existing wiring.

  • AFCI circuit breakers should be tested monthly to ensure functionality and protection from fires initiated by arcing faults.

  • AFCI are now required by electrical code in bedrooms for all new construction - shouldn't your home be just as safe?

  • AFCI protection increases safety  in older homes with aging and deteriorating wiring systems.

Contact a Professional ElectricianContact A+ Electrical Services to install AFCI circuit breakers to protect your home from fires initiated from electrical arcs.

Tamper Resistant Outlets

  • Install tamper resistant outlets to protect your children and grandchildren from the dangers of electrical outlets.

  • Once installed, tamper resistant receptacles are always there: they’re reliable, automatic, and permanent.

  • National Electrical Code requires that tamper-resistant receptacles be installed in children occupied areas such as day care centers, children's play areas, elementary and nursery schools where children may be at risk. Talk to your child care providers to make sure your child is always safe.

Contact a Professional ElectricianContact A+ Electrical Services to install tamper resistant outlets to protect your children and grandchildren.

Surge Protection

 

 

  • A surge protector, also known as a surge suppressor, is a product designed to protect your electrical devices from the abuse of frequent electrical surges.

  • An entire house surge suppressor offers more protection than individual power strips when it comes to safeguarding your valuable electronics.

  • Temporary power surges can damage electronic components of larger appliances like refrigerators, dishwashers, microwaves, and security alarms in addition to electrical equipment like computers and televisions. Many people assume that power surges are caused mainly by lightning strikes, but 80 percent are generated from within the home. Common sources of power surges include appliances such as air conditioners, sump pumps, and power tools.

Contact a Professional ElectricianContact A+ Electrical Services today to learn more about the advantages of having a whole house surge protector professionally installed in your home.

 

"Humans are "Creatures of Habit". If you practice safety and good professionalism, it will become habit. If you're careless and cut corners, this will also become habit." - Dave Cameron

 


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    • Resource Highlights


    Going GreenLooking for smart ways to save energy? - Read more at the U.S. Department of Energy's Blog on energy efficiency and renewable resources.
    Going GreenTips to Green Your Home - Read more at the Environmental Protection Agencies new interactive web site to green your home.  
    Tips for Electrical Safety in Your Home - Read more from the National Fire Protection Association on tips to keep your family safe.

     

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