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Electrical Upgrades to Consider for Your Home

- 11:01 am - June 24th, 2022

Upgrades don’t have to be costly to benefit you and your family. With our electrical services, we can bring new light to your home’s electrical system. Continue reading for some tips on maintaining and updating your electric accessories.

Safer Outlets. Older outlets along the walls of your home may pose a safety hazard to young children. You’ve used those plastic covers, but when you need the outlet it’s more of a hassle to access it. New “tamper resistant” outlets are available that are safer than standard outlets.

Innovative Switches. Outdated toggle switches may not fit the look or functionality you’re going for in your home. Motion switches are great for bathrooms, laundry rooms and closets. Dimmer switches can help set the mood for dinner or movie nights, too!

Update GFIs. Install GFIs (Ground Fault Interrupters) in bathrooms, kitchens and anywhere there is water. Monthly testing of these outlets is necessary to ensure that they’re working. If you find a faulty GFI, you should have it replaced immediately for your own safety.

Energy Efficient Lighting. If you haven’t used LED lighting already, it’s a great way to conserve energy and increase light output. LED stands for Light Emitting Diode and it doesn’t heat up the same way incandescent lights do. And they don't take as long to brighten as compact fluorescent bulbs do.

Have an idea for an electrical project or upgrade in your home? Let E.T. Lawson know! Our electricians are always happy to help make sure that your home’s electrical system is up to date. To add more protection, consider enrolling in our electrical service agreement.

Call us or contact us online today to learn more!

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