Skip to Main Content Skip to Footer Content

Offering Unrivaled Outlet Installations in Charlotte, NC

Offering Unrivaled Outlet Installations in Charlotte, NC
MRE tech kneeling wall socket.

Book an Appointment

  • Almost every aspect of your home relies on a steady stream of electricity from your outlets. Most of the time, you plug in your device and know you’ll get the needed power. However, just like any other aspects of your home, eventually, they will need to be replaced or updated to keep up with modern demands. It may be surprising that most outlets are outdated or lack the necessary safety features. Mr. Electric of Charlotte Metro offers professional outlet installation services for Charlotte, NC, and the surrounding areas. You can rely on our highly trained licensed electricians to inspect your outlets, tell you which outlets are due for an inspection, and seamlessly install new outlets. Learn more about the benefits of letting our team update and install your new electrical outlets.
Mr. Electric electrician working on a power outlet
Service You Can Trust!

Let us know how we can help you today.

Explore Our Specialty Outlet Options

Did you know that three-pronged is the industry standard for modern homes? If you want to update your outdated outlets to modern standards, we can help you do that. However, we recommend upgrading your outlets with additional features that can help increase your safety, convenience, and performance. Upgrading your old outlets can help improve your home’s efficiency and prevent your circuit breaker from tripping, your lights dimming when you run the washing machine, and more. Our team is trained to install a wide range of different types of electrical outlets. Here is a list of the different types of outlets our electricians can install, including:

  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) Outlets - GFCI outlets are manufactured using an internal breaker that automatically cuts power to the outlet when an abnormal current flow is detected. Thanks to this feature, GFCIs help save countless homes from electrical fires and homeowners from electrocution. Further, these outlets are required by the National Electrical Code in areas such as your bathrooms, laundry room, garage, and kitchen.
  • Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI) Outlets – AFCI outlets are designed to monitor for electrical arcs, one of the most common causes of electrical house fires. Upgrading your outlets to these can help prevent fires while helping you identify damaged wiring within your home.
  • Smart Outlets – These outlets are the way of the future. Smart outlets help increase your connectivity, allowing you to provide electricity and data to your smart device through one plug. We recommend connecting smart devices such as speakers and security cameras to these outlets.
  • USB Outlets – Are you tired of cluttering your plugs with power cubes? The USB outlets we install come equipped with USB plugs allowing you to connect directly to the outlet and charge what you need when needed.
  • Switched Outlets – Do you wish you could turn off all plugged-in devices on and off with a simple switch? Switched outlets allow you to do just that. Half the outlet is your standard electrical outlet, and the other is a light switch. This allows you to control anything plugged in.
  • Tamper-Resistant Outlets – These are the outlets to consider if you have children around the house. Tamper-resistant outlets offer more protection than traditional plastic plug-in inserts. With these outlets, you never need to worry about forgetting to put the protection back in.
  • Two-Duplex Outlets – If you constantly run out of room to plug in all your devices, we recommend investing in two-duplex outlets. These outlets have four places to plug in devices, making them ideal for home offices, workshops, and entertainment centers.
  • 15-Amps Outlets – The standard three-pronged electrical outlets deliver 15 amps of power. Outlets like this are perfect for hallways, bedrooms, and other spaces that don’t require multiple devices to be plugged into the same outlet.
  • 20-Amp Outlets – Certain devices require a bit more power than traditional outlets can produce. The 20-amp outlets come in handy to ensure your devices get the power they need. These outlets can power appliances like toaster ovens and blenders without the fear of tripping your breaker.
  • 30-Amp Outlets – Appliances like gas dryers or an RV shore power line require special outlets like a 30-amp outlet.
  • 50-Amp Outlets – Heavy-duty appliances often require 50-amp services, including electric dryers and ovens. These are the most powerful outlets that can be installed in a home.

Residential & Commercial Services

Mr. Electric has the power to make things better. Embrace the ease of call-ahead scheduling with Mr. Electric's 24/7 availability. Our skilled technicians prioritize quality, respect your home, and provide transparent upfront pricing for peace of mind.

Yellow light bulb icon
We have the power to make things better.®

Join Our Team

“We have the power to make things better” “That’s our mantra, not only for our customers electrical issues, but also you, a future team member”!
Start your career with us today. We offer exciting opportunities for growth and success in an important space.
View All Open Positions

Your Source for Local Home Service Experts

Neighborly brands repair, maintain, and enhance properties — to make life easier and more enjoyable for homeowners. Our consistency and quality work are the basis for everything we do, and are what make us a leader in the home services space, as we constantly strive to "be so remarkable, we become a beloved household name."

Learn More About Neighborly