• People often overlook the many things that a residential electrician can do.

    An electrician can help with breaker tripping as well | 480-926-1033

    An electrician can help with breaker tripping as well | 480-926-1033

    Tripping Breaker?  Call a Residential Electrician

    As we covered previously, many companies offer a specific 24/7 service for emergency electrical repairs. Another problem that a residential electrician can take of is a circuit breaker that continually trips. This means that when you plug something in it trips the circuit breaker to turn off. The residential electrician would come to your home to troubleshoot the problem. It could be faulty wiring or a faulty circuit breaker. Once the cause is found then the electrician will replace the wiring or the circuit breaker box.

    A residential electrician can inspect the condition of cords and wires used in the home. An electrician will recommend replacing any damaged cords and keeping them out of high traffic areas. He or she will also look closely at the number of extension cords being used and will install additional outlets if needed. Extension cords can be a fire hazard if a family overuses them to fix wiring problems.

    A residential electrician can also assist with childproofing outlets. Many parents rely on plastic plugs, which are ineffective and can become a choking hazard. In addition, many of the tamper proof outlets do not fully seal the opening. This means that a child could still put a stick pin into the socket. A residential electrician can help the parents choose the protection that is best for their family and install them.

    Another safety feature a residential electrician can help install is GFCIs. GFCIs are ground-fault circuit interrupters. These outlets come with a sensor that shuts off if there is a dangerous change in the current. Frequently, GFCIs will be found in bathrooms or kitchens due to water hazards.

    Smoke Alarms:  Another Surprising Benefit of Hiring a Residential Electrician

    Finally, a residential electrician may offer suggestions on smoke alarms. Though they may not protect from an electrical shock, smoke alarms can be the best way to protect the whole family from an electrical fire. The electrician can install alarms that are both battery powered and hard-wired. The alarms can be interconnected so that all of them sound at the same time.

    Protecting children from electrical shocks or fires is a huge concern for parents. A residential electrician can help ensure their safety with a home inspection. This will include looking at cords, childproofing outlets, and installing GFCIs and smoke alarms. These can all go a long way toward minimizing the risks to children.

    So, they keep you safe, and get the job done.  All excellent reasons to hire a professional electrician in Phoenix.


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