Outlets & Switches
Electrical outlets are always beneficial if you plan on using a lot of equipment in one room, and can provide you with peace of mind by protecting you from overloading circuits.
Whether you are building a new home, or remodeling a pre-existing home and need to add electrical wiring, switches, and outlets, you may find yourself wondering about your options.
For starters, floor outlets can be extremely convenient and they can also reduce the safety risk from long cords that would have to be stretched across open areas. However, if you are planning on having floor outlets installed in your home, then you really need to do a bit of planning.
Standard rooms will have 2-3 outlets and generally 1 switch depending on the room size. It is very important not to overload the circuits. This could result in a fire, as each circuit is designed to use only a set amount of wattage.
Installing new outlets and switches depends on if you need to add a completely new circuit or not, and also the amount of power you wish to run on that new circuit.
Additional electrical outlets and circuits are a good way to keep your home or office safe from electrical fires resulting from overloaded circuits. Electrical outlets are a good idea if you plan on using a lot of equipment in one room, and can provide you with peace of mind by protecting you from overloading circuits.
Here are some signs of an electrical problem with electrical receptacles and switches:
- Recurring blown fuses or tripped circuit breakers
- Flickering lights
- A burning smell or unusual odor near outlets or wiring
- A sizzling sound at wall switches or outlets
- An outlet or switch that is not working
- Outlets and switches that deliver a slight shock when touched
If you need to have outlets, switches, or electrical wiring inspected or repaired, call Kanon Electric at the start, and avoid any dishonest or disreputable companies.
Call Kanon Electric for an expert technician who can walk you through your options and help select the right number of electrical outlets and switches for your needs.
When you choose us for your electrical outlet and switch needs, remember that our ultimate goal is customer satisfaction. If you are not 100% satisfied, we will return for a free follow-up repair or provide a complete refund.
Call Kanon today for more information! 253-302-8199
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