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GFCI Outlets

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Ground Fault Interrupters work to protect areas in your home that pose potential hazards if the right conditions are present. Most of these areas are located near water such as sinks, bathrooms, kitchens, outdoor receptacles and even garages. All of these rooms should have GFCI outlets installed. The GFI outlet will track the electrical current that leaves the outlet and if there is any type of fluctuation or deviation of the current, the GFCI to trip. GFCI outlets are easily identified by their "reset" or "trip" button.

If you already have GFCI outlets in these specific areas of your home but they are not working properly, call our expert electricians for immediate electrical repair. We will assess the outlet, find the problem and make sure that your GFCI outlet is working properly once again. You will feel safe knowing that that all of the electrical outlets and electrical components in your home are working correctly and are up to code. Rapid Service specializes in providing 100% customer satisfaction and all of our electrical repair work is backed with some of the best guarantees in the electrical industry.

Our GFCI Outlet Service Includes:

  • Ground Fault Interrupters
  • GFCI Outlet
  • GFCI Interrupters
  • GFCI Receptacles
  • Circuit Breaker
  • Breaker Panel
  • GFCI Outlets
  • GFI Receptacle
  • Ground Fault
  • GFI Outlets
  • Electrical Repair
  • Electrical Wiring

We Provide GFCI Outlets to the Following Towns in Connecticut

Manchester, CT | Vernon, CT | East Hartford, CT | Tolland, CT | Bolton, CT | East Hampton, CT | Willimantic, CT | Marlborough, CT | Colchester, CT | Andover, CT | Canterbury, CT | Chaplin, CT | Columbia, CT | Coventry, CT | Ellington, CT | Franklin, CT | Glastonbury, CT | Hampton, CT | Lebanon, CT | Hebron, CT

North Windham, CT | Rockville, CT | Scotland, CT | South Windham, CT | South Windsor, CT | Stafford, CT | Stafford Springs, CT | Storrs, CT | Willington, CT | Windham, CT


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If you are looking for professional GFCI Outlet then please call 860-228-1036 or complete our online request form.