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An Easy process to give you a seamless experience for your GFI Outlets project

Designed with you in mind, our process will make sure you have an excellent experience for your remodeling project.

1. Initial Phone Call

Fill out the quote form or give us a call to schedule a consultation. Please send photos of your existing space before the call so we can see what you see

2. Schedule Your GFI Outlets Project

On our scheduled call we will go through a series of questions about your GFI Outlets project and you will get a quote.

3. We get started!

Once the proposal is signed and the proposal is sent in, we begin transforming your home. You will share your vision and be updated every step of the way. 

What is a GFI Outlet?

The balance of electrical current flowing across a circuit is accurately monitored by a GFCI. The GFCI rapidly shuts off the electricity if power flows in an unauthorized area, such as during a short. A GFCI eliminates persistent current draw when a short occurs, protecting users from potentially lethal electrical shocks.

Where is a GFI usually located?

Since the 1970s, GFI outlets have been used and are frequently located around the home in wet areas. Typically, they may be found (or ought to be found) at external outlets, bathroom vanities, kitchen counters, laundry rooms, unfinished basements, crawl spaces, and garages

Can you replace a regular outlet with a GFCI outlet?

A GFCI outlet may be used to replace practically any other electrical outlet. Other outlets on the same circuit will likewise be protected by properly connected GFCIs. Although GFCI outlets are frequently seen in bathrooms and kitchens, there are GFCI outlet specifications.

What is the difference between a GFI and a GFCI?

Ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) and ground fault interrupters (GFI) are the exact same device under slightly different names. Though GFCI is more commonly used than GFI, the terms are interchangeable.

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