Outlet Installation & Repair
Top Rated & Most Trusted Triangle Electricians
Outlets and Switches in Cary, NC
Does your home lack the number of outlets you need? Older homes in Cary and the surrounding Triangle communities were not built with an understanding of what the future would bring, with every family member owning and using multiple electronic devices. At Triad Electrical Services, we perform a range of upgrades for outlets and switches, quickly, efficiently, and compliant with the latest codes. Our Triad Electrical Services professionals are skilled and dedicated to providing the best electrical service in Cary and the surrounding areas and are here whenever you need us to install or repair your outlet. We are the #1 electrical outlet installation and repair service in Cary and the surrounding areas. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment.
Replacing Switches and Outlets: Your Options
Replacing a switch or outlet may seem to be a simple DIY project, but most people who are unfamiliar with how electrical systems work should stay away from working on any activated outlet or switch. Our electricians will evaluate the condition of the switch and ensure it is replaced safely. Along with safely replacing your outlets and switches, you will discover many other benefits with our professional outlet installation repair service.
Save Money and Time – Another reason to hire an electrician for outlet repair is that it will save you time. You may even save money as well by letting our Triad electrical professional perform your outlet repair service. Our team has repaired countless outlets, which means we know exactly how to get the job done and can do so as quickly as possible.
Protect Your Appliances – Another good reason to hire an electrician to handle your outlet installation repair is that messing with your wiring can cause damage to your circuits, or the appliances connected to them if the wiring is faulty or just old. Our electrical experts know how to deal with temperamental wiring without letting it cause further problems.
Safety – Staying safe is the most important reason to have an electrician handle your outlet repair needs or any other electrical issues you may have. Electricity is dangerous, and a faulty outlet repair could leave you with a serious risk of electrical fires–not to mention the risk of serious injury if you are shocked.
If you need help with repairing or installing your electrical outlets, give our Triad professionals a call today.
Why Choose Us
Our professionals will finish your lighting on time and leave you completely satisfied.
We will always work around your time and schedule.
We will give you your pricing upfront so you can have all of the information you need about your desired service.
We have the knowledge and skill as well as the licensing and experience to advise on any electrical issue.
Our goal is to be the electrician you rely on throughout all the years ahead, and we perform all our services with honesty, integrity, and skill:
What Are the Common Outlets Found in Homes?
AC electrical sockets allow electricity to flow through an alternating current to any piece of equipment plugged into it. If you need an outlet installed in your home, there are a variety of different types that may be a good fit for your needs.
20A Outlets – These outlets are designed to handle more demanding devices. So, this means that this strong outlet can handle devices without tripping the breaker. The 20A outlets will usually be installed where heavy appliances are used like utility closets and kitchens.
Switched Outlets – These outlets are used to replace one of the receptacles with a switch.
USB Outlets – Used primarily in modern homes, USB outlets provide receptacles for USB cords alongside two normal receptacles.
Smart Outlets – These interesting outlets can be hooked up to your smartphone and turned on and off through that device.
AFCI Outlets – Known as “arc fault circuit interrupters”, AFCI outlets prevent electricity from jumping between wires and starting fires.
GCFI Outlet – This particular outlet is typically installed in outdoor areas or in damp areas in your home. Your GFCI will detect when a current is flowing through an unintentional path. After discovering that your electricity has flown through the wrong path, It will then shut off the electric power circuit that is providing electricity to that outlet.