Installing electrical outlets is best left to a professional, local electrician. For professional outlet installation in Rochester, trust the proven experts at Lon Lockwood Electric.
Your safety is priority number one. We’re here to help with power outlet installations and replacements, including ground fault circuit interrupters. We can install USB outlets, too.
Replacing outlets increases your home’s safety and enhances its aesthetic appeal. Replacing wall outlets in Rochester homes is one of our most common electrical services — call us if you have questions about upgrading your outlets.
Outlets provide the essential connection between electrical devices and the power supply. However, they can pose safety risks if not properly maintained.
Over time, outlets may wear out, become damaged, or show signs of deterioration, potentially leading to electrical hazards. Here are some signs that you may need to replace your outlet:
Regularly inspect your outlets for these signs to ensure your home’s electrical system remains safe and functional.
The National Electrical Code requires GFCI outlets in wet or damp locations, such as bathrooms and kitchens. GFCIs are designed to protect against electrical shock by interrupting household circuits when there’s a difference between the currents in the hot and neutral wires.
Lon Lockwood Electric can install GFCI outlets in your Rochester home. If you need to replace GFCI outlets, we can do that, too.
Modern living demands various electrical outlets to power our devices, appliances, and technologies. Whether you’re expanding your home, renovating, or need more power sources, our electricians can provide top-notch services for adding new outlets and wiring.
Consider additional outlets for:
USB electrical outlets are designed for devices that access power through their USB ports, such as tablets, smartphones, laptops, and desktop computers.
A major benefit of USB outlets is convenience: Installing USB outlets reduces how many plugs you have to carry around. Another advantage of installing USB ports is that USB outlets are universal for international travelers.
If you need to schedule outlet installation in Webster, NY, Lon Lockwood is the name you can trust. As a licensed and insured electrical service provider, we prioritize safety and quality in every project.
Being family-owned and -operated, we know it’s important to have a reliable and efficient electrical system for your home.
Our team of background-checked technicians brings years of experience and expertise, ensuring your electrical work is in the hands of reliable professionals. We also offer flexible financing options to ensure you get the quality electrical service you need when you need it.
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, there were 400 accidental electrocutions in 2000. Many of these involve items you unconsciously use every day. It’s important to recognize hazards before they cause a serious injury, disability, or fatality.
GFCIs a great way to protect you from potential electrocution and the National Electrical Code requires GFCI protection for most outdoor receptacles, bathroom receptacle circuits, garage wall outlets, kitchen receptacles, and all receptacles in crawl spaces and unfinished basements.
An arcing fault is a dangerous electrical problem caused by damaged, overheated, or stressed wiring, cables, or appliances. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development reports an absence of AFCIs as one of the three primary residential hazards associated with burns and fire-related injuries.
AFCIs continuously monitor electrical current flow and determine when there is unwanted arcing. Once unwanted arcing is detected, the AFCI trips the internal contacts and immediately turns off the circuit, reducing the chances of an electrical fire. Arc fault circuit interrupters are among the easiest and most cost-effective home electrical safety devices you can have installed.
Whether you require full electrical installations, repairs, or maintenance in Webster, Rochester, or the surrounding counties, call Lon Lockwood Electric today.Let's Get Started