Invented in 1965, ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlets have saved countless people from electrocution. You’ll recognize GFCI outlets by their “Test” and “Reset” buttons. Hopefully, you have noticed these outlets in your kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room. In rooms that are frequently wet, GFCI outlets are essential safety devices, and in most cases, they are even required by the National Electrical Code. If you have a home without GFCI outlets in Birmingham, Alabama, let the team at Mr. Electric of Birmingham provide you with the GFCI outlet installation services you need. We’ll inspect each outlet in your house and give you a detailed recommendation for where you should install GFCI outlets. Learn more about how to install GFCI outlets in your home!
Are GFCI Outlets Required by the National Electrical Code?
- Around pools and spas since 1971
- On exterior outlets since 1973
- In bathrooms since 1975
- In garages since 1987
- On kitchen countertops since 1987
- In crawlspaces and unfinished basements since 1990
- In wet bars since 1993
- In laundry and utility rooms since 2005
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