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Electrical Outlet Installation in Saint Paul, MN

Mr. Electric Installs & Replaces Your Electrical Outlets

You might have old outlets at your home or business, or they’re unable to support your appliances and electronics’ power needs. Washers, dryers, ovens, and other heavy-duty appliances need special outlets, and areas with high moisture without proper outlets can endanger your house and family. Mr. Electric of St. Paul helps your household or commercial property stay safe and up to code by performing outlet installation services at St. Paul, South Metro, and other Twin Cities-area properties. GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) outlets are inexpensive, enhance electrical safety, and protect people and devices against electrical shock risk. Our expert electricians can install GFCI outlets in various spaces to ensure your family members and electronics don’t risk shock while drawing power to run. These outlets also ensure your house meets modern building code standards. You can contact us to schedule GFCI installation replacements. Our highly trained and qualified technicians work quickly and carefully to improve your property’s electrical safety and functionality.

Electrical Outlet Installation in Saint Paul, MN

Mr. Electric Installs & Replaces Your Electrical Outlets

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  • According to today’s building codes, GFCI outlets must be in areas posing the highest electrical shock risk, such as garages, kitchens, and bathrooms. You can spot GFCI outlets with their “Test” and “Reset” buttons on the receptacles. Mr. Electric of St. Paul recommends staying up to code and enhancing your home’s electrical safety by installing GFCI outlets. These outlets effectively prevent shocks, fires, and other damage and injuries. Our electricians use these outlets to protect you and your electronic devices against electrical hazards by monitoring the amount of electricity flowing in your circuit. The GFCI immediately cuts power in an outlet the moment it detects an electricity flow imbalance. With our technicians’ skills and expertise, we quickly and safely install GFCI outlets to provide adequate protection against harm and damage.

  • After Mr. Electric of St. Paul finishes your electrical outlet installation, it’s fairly simple to use your new outlets. If your installation involves GFCI outlets, you won’t notice many differences between operating this outlet type and any standard outlet. All you need to do is press the "Reset" button whenever your GFCI outlet cuts power flow under normal operating conditions. These outlets are substantially more reliable than leaving the job up to your electrical panel’s circuit breaker to shut down the current flow when an imbalance happens. GFCI outlets are more sensitive to these small current variations than your circuit breakers. Furthermore, manufacturers design GFCI outlets to sever power flow before getting shocked by an outlet will affect your heartbeat. We gladly protect your well-being with this critical safety function, and testing all your home’s GFCI outlets monthly is essential.

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Areas Where GFCI Outlets Are Required


Since 1971, building codes have mandated installing GFCI outlets in homes. Initially, building codes required property owners to use these outlets for swimming pool equipment and along a pool’s surrounding exterior walls. Today’s latest building codes require GFCI outlets in various additional areas in and around your home. The codes mandate placing GFCI outlets, especially where electrical shock risk is higher due to factors like possible exposure to water. You are required to install GFCI outlets in the following areas:

  • Pool and spa areas (since 1971)
  • Your home's exterior (sense 1973)
  • Bathrooms (since 1975)
  • Kitchen countertops (since 1987)
  • Unfinished basements and crawlspaces (since 1990)
  • Wet bars (since 1993)
  • Utility and laundry sinks (since 2005)

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