Whether you need to repair or replace your electrical outlets, you can trust The Meridian Company to handle the job. As Lansing’s leader in electrical solutions, our team focuses on providing high-quality workmanship and hassle-free service. Whether you’re replacing your electrical components and need to replace your outlets along with it or you just need a quick outlet repair, we’ll provide you with solutions tailored to your needs.
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Signs You Need to Replace Your Electrical Outlets
Is any of the following true for you? It may be time to invest in new outlets:
- You are upgrading your electrical appliances.
- Your breakers are tripping frequently.
- You are remodeling or updating the decor in your home.
Meridian's licensed electricians have years of experience handling electrical outlet repairs and installations. By hiring a team of professionals that take pride in their work, you'll put your mind at ease knowing the job is done right the first time.
Do You Need to Replace Your Electrical Switch?
Whether you use conventional outlets and GFCI outlets, both will need to be replaced eventually. If your outlets are constantly tripping, you get shocked when turning on the lights or you are planning to upgrade your electrical components or rewire your home, you should consider replacing your electrical switch.
The licensed electricians at The Meridian Company can handle your outlet switch installations and repairs with ease and professionalism. Contact us to see whether switch repair or replacement is the best option.
A faulty outlet can cause a dangerous fire in your home; are you prepared? With a smoke detector installation service, we can help you maintain peace of mind!
How to Properly Care for Your Electrical Outlets
In order to avoid damage to your electrical outlets and prevent injury, take the following precautions:
- Gently insert plugs into outlet.
- Turn off appliances before unplugging them.
- Don’t overload an outlet with extension cords.
- Pull from the plug not cord when unplugging.
- Replace old electrical outlets (particularly those in homes built before 1975).
- Replace electrical outlets more often in kitchens and bathrooms.