An Easy process to give you a seamless experience for your GFI Outlets project

Designed with you in mind, our process will make sure you have an excellent experience for your remodeling project.

1. First Contact

Complete the quote form or reach out to us by phone to arrange an initial consultation. Please include photos of your current space before the call to provide visual context.

2. Schedule Your GFI Outlets Project

During our scheduled consultation, we will discuss the details of your GFI Outlets and provide you with a quote.

 

3. Commencing the Transformation

Upon signing the proposal and submitting it, we kick off the process of enhancing your home. You’ll have the opportunity to convey your vision, and we’ll keep you informed at every stage of the journey.

What Does a GFCI Outlet Do?

A GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) outlet accurately monitors the balance of electrical current flowing through a circuit. It swiftly cuts off power if it detects electricity flowing into an unauthorized area, such as during a short circuit. This action eliminates the risk of continuous current flow during a short, safeguarding users against potentially life-threatening electrical shocks.

Where Are GFCI Outlets Typically Located?

GFCI outlets have been in use since the 1970s and are commonly placed in wet or moisture-prone areas throughout homes. You’ll typically find (or should find) them at outdoor outlets, bathroom vanities, kitchen countertops, laundry rooms, unfinished basements, crawl spaces, and garages.

Can You Replace a Standard Outlet with a GFCI Outlet?

Yes, a GFCI outlet can replace virtually any other standard electrical outlet. When properly connected, GFCIs also provide protection to other outlets on the same circuit. While GFCI outlets are frequently installed in bathrooms and kitchens, there are specific requirements for GFCI outlet placement.

What Is the Difference Between GFCI and GFI?

“Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters” (GFCI) and “Ground Fault Interrupters” (GFI) refer to the exact same device and serve the same function, with slightly different names. Although “GFCI” is more commonly used than “GFI,” these terms are interchangeable.

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