Professional GFCI Electrician Services In Utah!
The National Electrical Code requires GFCI installation for the following areas of your home or business:
- Bathroom spa tubs
- Crawl space
- Unfinished basement
- Laundry room
- Wet bar
- Exterior receptacles
- Outdoor spa / hot tub
- Swimming pool li>Locations near water
GFCIs should be added to your home to guarantee the safety of your household. This small device prevents fatal accidents, and can reduce electrical fires. Call Any Hour Services, your Utah GFCI Experts, today for same day electrical estimates and to get one step closer to keeping your home safe.
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Troy is great! I had Troy out to look at an outlet that was not working and he explained how everything worked and found out what the problem was quickly and fixed it. I liked how he gave me the price before he did the work – that was great because I don't like surprises. I will definitely have him out again!Samantha, Lehi
Ryan is WONDERFUL!!!! He got the call when my Mom asked for someone to look at a light switch in her kitchen, was there when they said he would be, & did a great job!! She was so happy with the service she received from Ryan & Any Hour Services, that she called them back last week to have a plumber come out & do some work. Keep up the good work!Suzanne N., Holladay
Today, Derek installed the water softener & fixed my swamp cooler. He met with several ...problems in my basement, but took care of them with the help of electrician Scott T. The job looks very professional & well done. When I got home, the whole thing was finished & cleaned up. Derek made this the easiest home improvement job I've ever dealt with.Ruth C.,
Utah Electrical Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) Installation and Repair Services
A ground fault circuit interrupter or GFCI, is a device that is installed to prevent electric shocks. About 300 fatal electrocutions happen each year due to poorly installed electrical outlets. The GFCI is designed specifically to protect homeowners from severe shocks and electrical burns. Any Hour Services, your GFCI experts, can conduct a electrical inspection to ensure your home or business is safe and up to code.
Types of GFCI
- Circuit Breaker: A circuit breaker ground fault circuit interrupter is installed electrical panel box. This not only allows the GFCI to protect selected circuits that may encounter a "ground-fault," but it will also trip when there is an electric short or overload.
- Receptacle: This type of GFCI fits into an outlet box and protects against "ground faults." This ensures that any electrical device plugged into an outlet is sheltered from rogue electric currents.
- Portable: Portable interrupters can be plugged into an outlet and in turn, the electrical device is plugged into the GFCI. This adds extra protection to plugged in devices when a circuit breaker or receptacle circuit GFCI is not in use.
Our electrical technicians install GFCI into outlets around the home or business. A GFCI is capable of detecting ground faults—an unforeseen electrical path between the source of an electrical current and a surface. The Utah GFCI constantly monitors the flow of this electric current and if it changes by the smallest amount, it then interrupts the current and turns the electricity off for that circuit.
AFCI vs. GFCI Installation
An arc fault circuit interrupter (AFCI) device is designed to prevent fire whereas the ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) is a device designed to prevent an electrical shock or electrical burn. A ground fault occurs when there is an electrical current leak from a circuit and the current is diverted to the ground. exterior receptacles
Contact our Utah GFCI installation specialists for more GFCI information or to have an electrical inspection conducted to ensure your home or business is up to code. Our GFCI experts offer same day GFCI electrical estimates.
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