Outlets, Switches & Appliances - Electrical Service
Affordable Electric provides the best local Home Outlet Repair - Home Switch Repair Services in Minnesota. Our Electricians experience gives them the ability to ensure that your home is up to code, safe, and that your Outlet, or switches are repaired, replaced, or installed right the first time - every time.
What causes outlets and switches to need repair?
The need for outlet repair comes from people switching lights on and plugging in/unplugging lots of appliances each week. Electrical outlets and switches cause the most wear and tear on electrical systems. In fact, each time a device gets plugged in or unplugged, outlet connections in homes get increasingly weaker. This is problematic because loose electrical connections are not only a nuisance when a device stops working, they also may become a fire hazard. To address this, Affordable Electric's electricians receive continual training on outlet repair, switch repair, current codes and safety, making them the perfect electricians to update devices around the home.
Want to add a new outlet? Or move a light switch?
Affordable Electric can help you install, add, or update new or existing electrical outlets and switches.
- Outdoor or Indoor outlets
- GFI outlets
- Window AC outlets
- Remote Switches
- Floor outlets
Schedule a Service Call For Outlets, Switches, or Appliance Electrical Service Needs
Did you know that you can book an appointment with a Local Electrician online now? Is it after hours? If you need an electrician now, in Minnesota give us a call: 612-331-8658 (VOLT). Our Electricians are on call and available to get out to help you anytime of the day or night.
Find out how much it will cost by requesting a zero-obligation quote
How much would it cost to get an electrical home inspection in Minnesota? Get an idea on our pricing by submitting a request for a quote or giving us a call at: 612-331-8658 (VOLT). It's important to remember that pricing may vary based on the age of your home, or a number of variables. We can do our best to provide you with a price, but in order to give you a clear up front cost of your electrical repair service needs our electrician will need to evaluate your needs on-site.
Serving the Twin Cities area for over 30+ years
If you're in need of electricians, you've come to the right company. Whether you have an electrical emergency, or just need a ceiling fan installed, Affordable Electric has you covered. We guarantee that all of our work will be completed on time. All our Affordable Electric Electricians are courteous, reliable, honest, and will treat your home as if it were their own. Your safety is our #1 one goal at Affordable Electric.
It doesn't matter if you're a residential, commercial, or industrial client, if you need electric work done, we're here. If you need overhead to underground conversion or installation of new ceiling fans, we can do it all. Our Twin Cities electricians are master or journeymen electricians and work exclusively out of our mobile service centers. All trucks in our fleet are fully equipped to perform any job. When you want reliable service with quality products, you want Affordable Electric!
We are a Minnesota company, family owned and operated second generation Electrical Professionals. Check out our local Service Areas
Ground Fault Receptacles (GFCI's) Purpose
Electric panels deliver energy through wires to be accessed through electrical outlets. This flow of energy can be extremely dangerous if it comes in contact with heat or moisture. Wiring circuit interruptions can halt power supply to electrical outlets and other items, or lead to fires and shock. This is where ground fault receptacles or ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI's) come into play.
- All Services
- Electrical Home Inspection
- Electrical Safety Services
- General Electrical Services
- Lighting Services
- Outlets, Switches & Appliances
- Smart Home
- Wiring Services
- Commercial Electrical Services
Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI's) Purpose
AFCI stands for Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter. While the GFCI is designed to protect against shock and electrocution, AFCI receptacles / outlets are designed to protect against fires caused by rapid escalations of electric power known as "electrical arcs". Electrical arcs can cause overheating and electrical currents to spill out from their intended pathways which can lead to fires. Electrical arcs are one of the main causes of electrical fires, and electrical fires are the main causes of property fires period, so the importance of AFCIs cannot be overstated.
Learn more about AFCI's, how they differ from GFCI's and why you should care if you live in Minnesota