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All of the electricians working on our residential, commercial, and industrial projects hold the appropriate licenses, certifications, and insurance for the work they are performing.
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter outlets, or GFCI outlets, are electrical safety devices that protect against electrical shock. These outlets are designed to detect imbalances in electrical currents and quickly interrupt the flow of electricity to prevent electrical shocks.
GFCI outlets are required in areas of homes and buildings where the risk of electrical shock is higher, including kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, garages, and outdoor areas. GFCI outlets have two small buttons in the center of the outlet, labeled “Test” and “Reset.”
If you do not have GFCI outlets installed in these areas in your home, contact a licensed electrician to have your existing outlets replaced with GFCI.
Fuse boxes were used before the development of electrical panels. The fuses in fuse boxes are designed to melt and break the electrical connection if there is an overload or short circuit, preventing damage to the electrical system and reducing fire risk. The disadvantage to these systems is that fuses are one-time-use devices and must be replaced once they have been blown. Fuse boxes are less common, and most have been replaced by circuit breaker panels.
A breaker panel uses circuit breakers to protect the electrical system. Circuit breakers are switches that automatically trip and disconnect the power supply if there is an overload or short circuit. The advantage of a breaker panel is that circuit breakers can be reset after they trip, which is done by flipping the switch back to the “on” position.
Both fuse boxes and circuit breaker panels perform the same function of protecting the electrical system from damage due to overloads and short circuits. However, circuit breaker panels are generally considered to be more reliable and safer, and are required in many building codes for new construction and renovations.
If you still have an older fuse box in your home, contact our professional electricians to discuss the replacement of your fuse box with a breaker panel.
Yes, our team proudly offers commercial electrical services and residential services to our customers in the Central Florida region.