Switch Plug Replacement and Upgrades
It’s not something you give much thought to; most people never consider replacing their light switches unless it’s for redecorating purposes. If you have outlets that are not working, it could be an indicator of a more severe problem.
Heavily used switches and plugs can often deteriorate faster than other electrical devices and equipment in the home.
Common causes of failure can be a single factor, or a combination of, improper installation, such as the “backstabbing method” in which the connection to the plug relies solely on spring tension which often leads to loose connections, overuse of high-ampere devices such as space heaters, hair dryers, AC window units, or simply poor manufacturing of the device itself.
Typical symptoms of bad electrical switches/plugs may include having to turn on the switch multiple times for it to work, popping or crackling noises when turning the switch on, multiple plugs on your circuit no longer working or, perhaps, burning smells emanating from the device itself.
Maybe your plugs and switches aren’t bad at all; maybe you just want to update them with a dimmer switch or a plug that has built-in USB ports, or perhaps you no longer fancy the old-style toggle switches and prefer the sleek, flat modern look of decora switches and plugs.
Install New Electrical Outlets
If you’re like most people, you often find yourself wishing you had additional outlets to accommodate the ever-growing number of plugs for all these new devices.
Our licensed electrical technicians can install new outlets and even add dedicated circuits for electronics. We can move or install additional outlets practically anywhere.
Call Us Today For An Estimate
If you would like to learn more about how we can help you replace the outlets and switches in your home, call (210) 503-0294.