Circuit Interrupters in Spokane
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Did you know that according to the National Electric Code, your home must have ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) or arc-fault circuit interrupters (AFCI) installed? Electrical work should never be done without the help of an experienced professional, so you need to call our electricians to help install your GFCIs or AFCIs. At Epic Electrical Enterprise, we are proud to offer experienced and trusted electrical services for your home or business. Our electricians are highly trained, licensed, and insured, and we continually offer outstanding customer service. With our 100% satisfaction guarantee, you can be confident that your home is in good hands.
AFCI & GFCI Installations
GFCIs and AFCIs are specifically designed devices that monitor the amount of electricity entering and exiting an outlet. The internal breaker only trips when the incoming electrical current does not match the outgoing one. When the breaker is tripped, it means that there is a ground fault occurring, which could potentially increase the risk of fire or wire damage.
In following with the National Electric Code, your home must be installed with either GFCIs or AFCIs in specific areas, including:
- Near water sources
- In your kitchen, closet, or bathroom
- In your garage or workspace
- On each exterior receptacle
- On every appliance with heating or motorization capabilities
At Epic Electrical Enterprise, we specialize in installing circuit interrupters, specifically GFCIs and AFCIs that can help prevent shocks, burns, and reduce the risk for fires. We are highly trained to install new outlets and replace existing ones. With these circuit interrupters installed, you can prevent electrical-related accidents and be able to keep the lights on even when a breaker trips.
Understanding the Difference Between GFCI & AFCI
Although both circuit interrupters monitor various fault conditions on your property, GFCIs prevent ground faults by disconnecting when the input and output of an electrical current are unequal. AFCIs protect you from powerful arc flashes by disconnecting when they detect them. Our electricians recommend getting both circuit interrupters installed on your property and can take care of AFCI and GFCI receptacle wiring.