If you have outlets that need installation, call us today at Quality Electric and let one of our technicians repair or install new outlets in your home. Using multiple power cords in your home and having them strewn all over the floor is unsafe, not to mention untidy. Installing new outlets is our specialty, and will add to the safety and appearance of your home.

Signs Your Home Needs New Outlets

  • Regularly Blow Fuses
  • Tripped Circuit Breakers
  • Flickering Lights
  • Burning smell, unusual odor near outlets.
  • Sizzling sound near wall.
  • Broken outlet or switch.
  • Outlets or switches that deliver small shock when touched.

Protect Your Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters

One of the most important ways to ensure your home’s safety is to have one of our licensed technicians maintain your fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs), arc fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs) and circuit breaker box.

These systems protect your home from electrical emergencies like dangerous electrical fires, protect devices and appliances from damage, and prevent electrical shocks and potential electrocution. They also eliminate electric surge before it ever impacts you or your home. The National Electric Code requires that GFCIs be installed when an outlet is near water or near an area with potential problems. For the safety of your home and loves ones you must have GFCIs and AFCIs installed in your home.

We Repair & Replace all Electrical Outlets and Switches!

Do you have an outlet or switch in your home that just isn’t working right? Is it loose, has it sparked, or ever shocked you before? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, this outlet is dangerous. While a small problem now, faulty outlets and switches have potential for much larger issues down the road that could even potentially lead to a house fire. We can repair and replace any damaged wiring, electrical outlets or circuits, along with outdated ground fault receptacles and are skilled at handling electrical emergencies. Call us today at 615-896-1316.

We Install and Maintain Appliance Circuits

Many homeowners do not know that their larger home appliances require special circuits to keep up with demands of larger appliances. Running these appliances on other outlets can actually be dangerous and result in flipped circuits or blown fuses. Our professional technicians are trained in the installation and repair of appliance circuits and can help you determine if dedicated circuits to your appliances is necessary for the safety of your home. Call Quality Electric today at 615-896-1316 to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced technicians.