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Reliable Outlet Installation Services in Indianapolis & Fishers, IN

The Benefits of Installing New Electrical Outlets

Many of us take our home’s electrical outlets for granted. It’s wonderful to simply plug in any electronic device and know that you’ll receive the power you need. Just like any other part of your home, you will eventually need to replace your outlets. It surprises many homeowners when they discover that their outlets are already out of date or lacking necessary safety features. Mr. Electric of Fishers performs outlet installation services in installation in Indianapolis, Fishers, and the surrounding area. Our team of trained electricians will check all your outlets, tell you which outlets need to be replaced, and install new outlets for you. Learn more about the benefits of letting our team install electrical outlets in your home.

Reliable Outlet Installation Services in Indianapolis & Fishers, IN
The Benefits of Installing New Electrical Outlets
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Traditional three-pronged outlets are the industry standard for homes. Many homeowners just want to get basic electrical outlet replacements for their outdated ones. If so, we can help you do that. However, upgrading your outlets with special features can increase safety, convenience, and performance in ways you may not realize. It can be helpful to know about all the different types of outlets Mr. Electric of Fishers can install in your home. A small investment in a specialty outlet can pay off for years to come. The types of outlets that we can install include the following:

  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) Outlets – GFCI outlets have an internal breaker that will cut power to the outlet if it recognizes any abnormal current flow. As a result, GFCIs save countless people from electrocution. These outlets are even required by the National Electrical Code in certain areas, such as bathrooms, laundry rooms, garages, and kitchens.
  • Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI) Outlets – AFCI outlets monitor for electrical arcs, which are a common cause of electrical house fires. Installing these specialty outlets can prevent fires and help you identify the presence of damaged wiring in your home.
  • Smart Outlets – Smart home features are the way of the future. Smart outlets increase your connectivity, allowing you to provide data and electricity to your smart devices with one plug. Smart outlets connect to smart devices like speakers and security cameras.
  • USB Outlets – Forget about cluttering up your outlets with power cubes that let you plug USB cords into your outlet. A USB outlet comes equipped with USB plugs so you can connect directly to the outlet when you need to charge your phone, tablet, or other electronic device.
  • Switched Outlets – Have you ever wished you could turn plugged-in devices on and off at the flip of a switch? We have switched outlets that let you do that. Half of the receptacle is a standard outlet, and the other half is a light switch. That switch allows you to control anything plugged into the outlet.
  • Tamper-Resistant Outlets – For those who have little ones around the house, it can be a good idea to consider installing tamper-resistant outlets. These provide more protection than plastic plug inserts and are permanent fixtures. So, you never need to worry about forgetting to put them back in the outlet or your kids learning to remove them.
  • Two-Duplex Outlets – If you run out of places to plug in all your devices, you don’t have to resort to using clunky power strips and extension cords. A two-duplex outlet has four places to plug in devices, making it ideal for workshops, home offices, kitchens, and entertainment centers.
  • 15-Amp Outlets – The standard three-pronged electrical outlets will deliver 15 amps of power. These are great for hallways, bedrooms, and other areas where you won’t need multiple devices plugged into the same outlet.
  • 20-Amp Outlets – Some appliances and devices need a little bit more power. That’s where a 20-amp outlet comes in handy. These outlets provide more power to appliances like toaster ovens and blenders without tripping your circuit breakers.
  • 30-Amp Outlets – Special appliances require a 30-amp outlet, like a gas dryer or an RV shore power line.
  • 50-Amp Outlets – Some heavy-duty appliances need 50-amp services, such as electric dryers and ovens. A 50-amp outlet is the most powerful receptacle installed in homes.

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