Switches - Outlets
Adding a new modern convenience to your home or even just adding a new electrical interior design element like table lamps can create more demand for outlets than you currently have installed in your home. Perhaps you’re looking for a quick fix to change the lighting in your room or you want to change switches to dimmers to improve glaring lights to a softer hue. But no matter what replacement or repairs you have in mind for your home’s switches and outlets, Lead Electrival can assist. As the leading electrical contractor in the area, we can make an evaluation of your home’s needs and make improvements for your appliances to work more efficient and protect you from possible safety hazards.
Upgrade To New Technology and Design
In the age of smart appliances, outlets and switches have also been modernized. If you’re still using the same two-pronged outlets from a generation ago, then you maybe you should consider an update to take advantage of benefits modern outlets can provide. Older outlets are often a safety hazard and if you have computers, smart kitchen appliances like blenders, microwaves and slow cookers, installing three-pronged outlets is a more effective method for handling the demands of your electrical needs. Older outlets and switches usually mean they stand out like sore thumbs in your interior and can interfere with your chosen interior design. Modern outlets and switches are now designed for form and function and our master electricians can install yours in ways that are invisible or become part of your high design concept yet still are functional and easy to access.
Upgrading for Safety
If you live in an older home, it’s possible that your outlets are not up to current electrical code standards, particularly in your kitchen and bathroom where electrical appliance nearby water can be a hazard. GFCI outlets are intended to keep you safe in these areas by quickly stopping electrical current from reaching you and electrocuting you. If your home was built in the 1980s or earlier, it’s likely that you need to update your outlets. It’s a small change that can save you time and money from replacing your entire electrical panel and it can also prevent larger problems of harm to yourself and to any appliances from circuits shorting out or ground faults.
Why Hire Us
Lead Electrival has years of experience diagnosing electrical problems. Do-it-yourself tips and advice can often appear to be a simple solution, but many electrical issues require knowledge of codes and standards to prevent fire and safety hazards. A little bit of electrical knowledge can lead to accidents when it’s far more safe and economical to have a electrical services performed by a formally trained and certified professional. Whether you’re planning a major home remodel that includes upgrading switches and outlets or your are simply installing them to cut down on the dangerous overuse of extension cords, we have master electricians in Redlands, CA who will provide superior workmanship.