Outlets and Switches
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Electrical Outlets & Switches in Lake Mary, FL

Expert Electrical Outlet & Switch Solutions

Switches and outlets are the fundamental components that allow us to utilize electricity to power our homes. From something as small and simple as a cell phone charger to something as big as a water heater or air conditioner, virtually everything in our home that utilizes electricity depends on an outlet in order to connect to electrical current. The current in these outlets is controlled by switches, which allow us to safely disconnect the power without having to physically remove a plug from a wall. While these devices may be remarkably simple at their core, they do experience problems and do need to be repaired periodically. For repairs, replacements, new installations, and more, make the call to the Lake Mary switch and outlet pros at All Electric Services.

Here at All Electric Services, our outlet and switch technicians constantly work to stay up-to-date with the advances in technology so we can offer you the latest in technology and flexibility. With advancements comes improvements in safety and convenience, and we know that constantly training and improving allows us to keep your electrical system updated and safe. The outlets and switches in your home are essential for your electrical system to function properly, and one of our expert technicians can show up and help if something goes wrong. We are also available for emergencies and issues that can’t wait, such as burning smells, flickering lights, or switches and outlets that feel hot to the touch

Contact Our Trusted Electricians for Outlet & Switch Services at (407) 890-7782 to learn more about our outlet & switch installation services in the Lake Mary area.

Signs You Need an Outlet Replacement

Recognizing when an electrical outlet needs to be replaced is crucial for maintaining a safe and functional home. Outlets wear out over time, and using damaged or faulty ones can lead to serious hazards, including electrical fires.

Here are several signs that indicate your electrical outlet may need to be replaced:

  • Physical Damage: Visible damage such as cracks, chips, or burn marks on the outlet faceplate or the surrounding area is a clear indicator that the outlet needs to be replaced. These damages can expose wiring and create potential shock hazards.
  • Loose Outlets: If plugs easily fall out of the outlet or the outlet itself feels loose when inserting or removing a plug, it suggests that the internal components have worn out or become disconnected, which can lead to unreliable power delivery and potential safety issues.
  • Non-Functioning Outlets: When an outlet does not supply power despite checking that the circuit breaker is not tripped and using multiple devices, it might indicate that the internal wiring or connections have failed.
  • Warm or Hot to the Touch: An outlet that feels warm or hot to the touch could be overheating, a serious warning sign of potential electrical fire risks. This often means the outlet is overloading or has internal wiring problems.
  • Sparking or Smoke: Observing sparks, smoke, or smelling burning odors emanating from the outlet requires immediate attention. These signs point to serious malfunctions that could quickly escalate into dangerous situations.
  • Frequent Tripping of Circuit Breaker: If using the outlet frequently causes the circuit breaker to trip, there may be an issue with the outlet itself or the wiring connected to it. This consistent problem suggests that the outlet cannot handle the electrical load and needs to be examined and possibly replaced.
  • Outdated Two-Prong Outlets: Homes with older two-prong outlets should consider upgrading to three-prong outlets to enhance safety and compatibility with modern appliances. Two-prong outlets lack grounding, increasing the risk of electrical shocks and equipment damage.

By paying attention to these signs, homeowners can proactively replace faulty outlets, ensuring their electrical system remains safe and reliable.

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    Other companies talk about safety and teamwork. At AES, it’s our way of life, and we are committed to being a leader in our industry by providing the highest standards of safety for our work force. It is our policy that every employee works under the safest possible conditions; therefore, safety through education is a continuous process and we are dedicated to it.

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    At AES, we demonstrate integrity every day by practicing the highest ethical standards and by ensuring our actions follow our words. Our clients can rely on our integrity beginning with complete, competitive and thorough bids. Our clients also benefit from AES’s long-standing relationships with manufacturers and distributors, and expertly-managed purchasing system. 

  • Quality

    AES has established a reputation for meeting schedules, staying within budgets and for our quality of workmanship. Meeting our clients' needs remains our first priority. AES is known for its attention to detail and innovative solutions to any project challenge and our clients are assured senior level involvement throughout the construction process.

  • Value

    AES takes pride in everything we do and we have continued to achieve success by providing our clients value, service and excellence. AES’s long-tenured managers, superintendents and electricians turn projects around quickly. We meet deadlines and deliver a complete project and once the job is complete, AES is there to provide ongoing satisfaction with our service department.

Childproof & GFCI Outlets

GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) outlets are required in certain areas of your home which have a higher risk of electrical shock. You might have seen these outlets in bathrooms, where they are most common. We install both GFCI outlets, as well as childproof outlets that are specially designed to prevent children from inserting objects into them.

Upgrade to Smart Outlets for Added Convenience and Control

Are you tired of constantly plugging and unplugging devices, or worrying about leaving appliances on when you're not home? Consider upgrading to smart outlets for added convenience and control. Smart outlets allow you to remotely control and schedule your electrical devices using your smartphone or voice commands, giving you peace of mind and saving you time and energy.

Benefits of smart outlets include:

  • Remote control of devices
  • Energy savings through scheduling and monitoring usage
  • Added security with the ability to turn lights on and off while away
  • Integration with smart home systems for a seamless connected home experience

Our team at All Electric Services can help you explore the options and benefits of upgrading to smart outlets for your home. Contact us today to learn more about this innovative electrical solution.

GFCI Outlet FAQs

What is a GFCI/GFI outlet?

A GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) or GFI (Ground Fault Interrupter) outlet is designed to protect against electrical shock by quickly shutting off power when it detects a ground fault or current leakage.

Why are GFCI/GFI outlets important?

GFCI/GFI outlets are important for safety, especially in areas where water is present, such as kitchens, bathrooms, and outdoor spaces. They help prevent electrical shock and reduce the risk of electrical fires.

Do GFCI/GFI outlets need to be installed by a professional electrician?

Yes, it is recommended to have GFCI/GFI outlets installed by a professional electrician to ensure proper installation and compliance with electrical codes and safety standards.

Here to Help Solve Your Electrical Issues

Our electricians at All Electric Services are dedicated to helping you improve your home's electrical system in every way we can. This includes the safety and performance of your outlets and switches. If you have outdated two-prong (non-grounded) outlets or switches that no longer work in your home, a replacement or update might be necessary.

There are many different steps involved in upgrading or installing new electrical components, which is why hiring a professional is essential. Our team is licensed and insured to handle all types of outlet and switch services in Lake Mary, Deltona, Longwood, and beyond, for residential customers.

To request a free estimate on any of our Lake Mary outlet and switch services, call (407) 890-7782 today or contact us online!

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