Your electrical system is integral to your home, but it can also be hazardous to your health. The ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) is your first line of defense against the threat of severe electric shock or even potential fires. This protective device is best suited to moisture-prone rooms, such as the bathroom or kitchen, and prevents your electrical system from overheating.
Albaugh & Sons provides superb GFCI protection services to strengthen your peace of mind. We value your family’s safety and use our expertise to equip your electrical system with all necessary precautions. Our team installs state-of-the-art ground fault circuit interrupters and periodically inspects your system to maintain optimal efficiency.
Our GFCI Installation and Inspection Services
At Albaugh & Sons, we take great pride in the quality of our work and always go the extra mile to ensure customer satisfaction. Our GFCI protection services are crucial for your home and include attentive installation and thorough inspection. Routine maintenance check-ups should be scheduled frequently to ensure your system is protected and operating efficiently. To schedule your next maintenance appointment, please contact us today!
The GFCI Operating System
How does the GFCI work? The protective device operates by analyzing any changes in the hot and neutral currents. These currents are also commonly referred to as grounded versus ungrounded, or outgoing versus incoming. When there’s a decisive imbalance between the circuit’s grounded and ungrounded current, the GFCI shuts off the electricity as a precaution. This action prevents the wires and circuit components from overheating or sparking.
For over 14 years, Albaugh & Sons has supported homeowners with essential electrical services. Our GFCI installation and inspection services are vital to your home. We’ve paved a path of success and earned a reputation for exceptional workmanship. Customers trust our team to deliver high-quality results and maintain a reputable work ethic throughout all stages of the project. For more information about how our services can benefit you, please contact us today!