Kalispell Outlet Installation
Licensed Electricians For Whitefish, Columbia Falls, Bigfork, Lakeside, Polson and Surrounding Flathead Valley
There are many reason you may need to add new or replace old outlets in your home, including:
Worn out Outlets – When plugs are loose and do not fit securely in receptacle, it’s time for a new outlet.
Two-Prong Outlets – It’s important to upgrade outdated outlets to safer, grounded receptacles.
Not Enough Outlets – Are you using extension cords because there isn’t an outlet nearby? Installing new receptacles is safer and more practical.
Damaged Outlets – Are outlets hot to the touch, buzzing, causing flickering lights, or showing burn marks? Have a certified electrician troubleshoot the cause and replace the outlets.
Outlets Do Not Meet Code Requirements – Kitchens, bathrooms, basements and other rooms are required by the National Electrical Code (NEC) to have GFCI receptacles to prevent accidental electrocution.
Safety Upgrades – Are there young children in the home? Tamper Resistant Receptacles (TRR) are essential for keeping your family safe.
Convenience Features – USB outlets and smart outlets are two popular electrical upgrades to consider.
Regardless of the reason, you can trust the licensed electricians at Central Heating, Cooling, Plumbing & Electrical for professional electrical repair and installation. Running new wiring for outlets or adding a new circuit is not a DIY project, and in most cases will require a permit.
Types of Outlets
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI)
GFCI outlets are important safety devices that prevent electric shock by shutting off power to the circuit when an abnormal power flow is detected.
Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI)
By detecting dangerous electrical arcing, AFCIs can prevent electrical fires by cutting off power flow when a power arc occurs.
Most 3-prong outlets in the home are common 15-Amp variety for general use.
20-Amp & 30-Amp
When you need more capacity than a 15-Amp can safely provide for larger appliances, etc.
The most powerful kind that are installed in residential properties in Montana homes. They are used to power large appliances like electric clothes dryers and major kitchen appliances.
Unlike plastic “child-proof” outlet covers that can be defeated by a curious toddler, tamper-resistant receptacles have built-in shields that prevent electric shock if an object other than an electrical plug is inserted into the receptacle.
Equipped with both standard 3-prong receptacles and fast-charging USB ports, these handy outlets enable you can eliminate all those adapters while charging your devices faster.
By combining a plug receptacle and a switch in one unit, so you can conveniently control power to the device that’s plugged in without having to access the device itself.
A good option for home offices and entertainment rooms, this type out outlet has four plug receptacles instead of the standard two, so you can skip the power strips.
When exposed to the elements in Montana, outlets will need to have weatherproof covers and GFCIs to ensure they can provide safe reliable power all year round.
Level 2 Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE)
Want to charge an EV quickly at home? You’ll need a 240-volt outlet designed for residential charging of electric vehicles, also known as an EV charging station.
Why Choose Central Heating Cooling Plumbing & Electrical For Your Outlet Installation?
Whether you are remodeling your kitchen and bath, need new outlets for a home office, or need to upgrade the electrical system in an older Montana home, our licensed electricians can handle any electrical project, big or small.
We have 30 years of experience in the Greater Flathead Valley, and provide ongoing training to our electricians to ensure our work is up to code and of the highest quality. Keeping your family safe is our top priority.
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