Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlets are required for certain areas of the home where short circuits are likely. Often found next to sinks, bathtubs, or other places with water – or outdoors where weather can be an issue.
Factors like wind and water can play a large role in the safety of your home and proper function of electrical outlets. NEC Code requires a certain amount of GFCI’s depending on the size and layout of your home.
Make sure to have a trained and licensed electrician properly assess your home for all NEC requirements. If you want to test your GFCI we can do that for you as well.
Contact us today to learn more about installing ground fault circuit interrupter outlets and where they might be required in your home!
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