Dallas Outlet Repairs
Making Your Outlets Work for You
Electrical outlets are your main source for power supply. You want to make sure that every room in your home has the right number of outlets to ensure that you have enough for all your electronics. When one of your outlets is not working as it should, this is not only frustrating, but it can also be hazardous for your home and family. To get this problem fixed quickly, efficiently, and safely, make sure to contact our Dallas electricians at Arrow Electric, Inc. We have over two decades of experience handling all types of electrical outlets in homes as well as different commercial properties. Our team is licensed with the state of Texas and has the proper training to restore the power supply back in your outlets.
Dangers of Having Broken Outlets
Aside from not being able to plug items, a broken outlet can cause certain hazards. As a family-owned company dedicated to keeping you safe, we cannot stress enough the importance of calling a professional to repair your broken outlets.
Below are some of the dangers of having a broken outlet:
- Frayed, broken or worn down wires can start a fire within the walls of your home
- There is a huge chance that you may short out other outlets and areas in your home
- If the outlet is dedicated to your heating, the low temperature can cause a burst pipe
- Leaving a broken outlet to gather dust is a fire hazard
If you want to troubleshoot the problem, you may want to try resetting your breaker. If this didn’t work, it may be best to leave the repairs to our Dallas electricians. We are equipped with top quality tools and in-depth knowledge of Texas building codes to ensure that your outlets are fixed safely and efficiently.
GFI Electrical Outlets
If you want to stay protected from electrocution or fire hazard, you may want to consider installing GFI electrical outlets in your home. GFI electrical outlets are designed to protect you in case there is an imbalance of power supply. The unit has two holes at the top and the bottom, where one is slightly larger than the other. The larger one is known as the neutral while the other is known as the hot. In the event that you encounter an issue with your power supply, the breaker will trip and protect you from any type of hazards. This can be especially helpful when you’re using an electrical appliance and you suddenly got wet. The neutral part of the GFI electrical outlets acts like a buffer on the surge of power supply and protect you from electrocution and fire hazards.
Whether you’re looking into getting a Dallas outlet repair or a GFI electrical outlet installed, our service team is ready for all your electrical outlet needs. Call (214) 516-7440 to schedule an appointment!