Electrical Outlet Installations
Often, we take for granted the access we have to electricity. Technology has made it possible for us to flick a switch and power our vital appliances. These technological advances in electricity over the last 20 years have also changed the way we do business. Many people work from home and rely on electricity to earn an income. Without functioning outlets, we would not be able to power our much-needed devices.
At PASS Electric, we understand how important electricity is to you and your family. We also know that it has to be safe to use. We have a team of professional electricians that can handle your outlet installations safely and efficiently so you and your family can enjoy uninterrupted access to your electricity.
Reliable Outlet Installations
Whether you are building a new home from scratch, renovating your current one, or simply need more outlets in your home, you can count on us to provide safe and sound outlet installations. You can improve the way your home runs by adding new outlets to provide easy access to your electrical system. We all know the frustration of overloaded outlets. From looking messy to creating an electrical hazard, overloaded outlets are never good. By upgrading your electrical system with brand-new outlets, you can experience more convenience. We offer a wide variety of outlet installations so you can have the perfect one to suit your needs.
With a switched outlet, you can leave your device plugged in while you cut the power by switching the outlet off. This is highly convenient and alleviates the untidy appearance of unplugged wires.
Have you heard about GFCI outlets? This clever design can make your home’s electrical system safer to use. Ground Fault Current Interrupter (GFCI) outlets prevent electrical shocks by inhibiting the flow of current when a fault is detected in the circuit. These outlets should especially be installed in kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and other areas that come into contact with moisture. If water is detected, the GFCI outlet will cause your electricity to trip, alerting you to the problem.
AFCI, or Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter, prevents electrical arcing. Arcing occurs when electricity jumps between wires in your breaker box. This can cause an electrical fire. If you live in an older home, you may not have these AFCI outlets installed, which means your home’s electrical system is at risk of electrical arcing. If you are unsure if your home has AFCI outlets, call Pass Electric. We will assess your home’s safety features.
20A outlets are useful for homes that need more power for certain appliances and devices. You may have an appliance, such as an EV charger or HVAC unit that requires more power than a regular outlet can supply. While 20A outlets don’t look different from normal outlets, they may just have a small slit on the left, so you can identify that it is a 20A outlet. If you need to install a power-drawing appliance, contact us for your 20A outlet installation.
As technology advances, so do our homes. Most devices require a USB cable and adaptor to charge them. When you have a USB outlet, you eliminate the need for the adaptor. Instead, you can plug your USB cable straight into your outlet. This makes your home even more convenient.
If you like to keep up with technological advancements, a Smart outlet installation is the way to go! You can control your Smart outlet with voice commands. Say goodbye to flipping switches, you can power your outlet by speaking a voice command to an app. These outlets also have timers, making them more energy efficient than regular outlets. Contact us today if you are won over by these Smart outlets.
If you like your home to have a sleek and modern appearance, a recessed outlet is perfect for you. These outlets will not protrude from your walls or interfere with the design of your home.
Professional Electrical Outlet Installations
PASS Electric offers high-quality outlet installations to the residents of Red Deer and surrounding areas in Canada. We are devoted to providing safe and efficient electrical installations.