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GFCI protection

Often times your field by your Overland Park electrician might not warning you a potential hazards in your home. If you ever wondered if your electrical wiring is safe? Does it ever cross your mind that maybe someday you could be shocked? Have you ever wondered about electrical fires how they start and how to prevent them? Do you ever wonder why there is a receptacle in your kitchen that has a little reset button on it?

Erbert Electric has answers

Erbert Electric is here to answer all those questions for you. By the national electric code GFCI protection is required near water sources such as kitchen sinks bathrooms outdoor receptacles garages and unfinished basement. These outlets may be a nuisance sometimes when they trip off but they’re there for your own protection. Many Overland Park electricians do not know the importance of GFCI protection. So I’m going to explain it to you in the next few paragraphs.

GFCI Protection

GFCI protection is designed to interrupt the flow of electricity if it senses that you’re being shocked. So if you’re outside using your hedge clippers and the hedge clippers become energized because of the short the outlet since is the difference and electricity flowing and trips The outlet off. This is designed to trip on a very small amount of electricity leaking through you it’s less than 1 millionth Of an amp. This is great protection for you and your family.

Call us today!

If you call your Overland Park electrician today Erbert Electric knows how to install GFCI receptacles in the place is required by code. Will make sure you have the best protection for you and your family. We will install your receptacles quickly safely and give you a peace of mind every time you plug-in And appliance. Take a look at our Google reviews and see for yourself why so many people are satisfied with our service. Call us today at 785-738-4837 to receive your free estimate on changing all your circuits to GFCI.