Having someone come in to help with a Phoenix electrical remodeling job means that your home gets an upgrade for the wiring and outlets all throughout the home. Some electrical remodeling projects are small, such as flipping out your switches and outlets for new ones. However, other electrical remodeling projects are much larger. These can sometimes involve having to rewire entire sections of the house, or even putting new wires, circuits, and outlets in an entire home. Luckily, here at Luxury Remodels Company ™, we can help with all of them.
Your Phoenix Electrical Remodeling Project Can Cover a Wide Range of Outlets
One of the easiest places to start your Phoenix electrical remodeling project is with the outlets. There are many varieties of outlets you can get added to your home. Here are some of the most common, and why you want them in your home.
GFCI – GFCI stands for ground fault circuit interrupter. These outlets trip themselves off when a problem is detected in the circuit, and when water is present. These are the outlets typically used around the kitchen and bathroom, where water would be nearby.
AFCI – AFCI stands for arc fault circuit interrupter. Where GFCI trips with a problem in the circuit or water, these trip when there is a problem where electrical current causes an arc. This occurs when electricity jumps from one electrical wire to another, which then causes an arc, and commonly causes a fire.
Smart Outlets – These outlets work in the same manner as a standard electrical outlet. However, they have one unique benefit – you can control whatever you have plugged into these outlets through smart devices. They can work by you putting a command into your smart phone, or even your whole-home smart devices.
USB Outlets – USB outlets are helpful when you have a lot of devices that need to charge. These are set up to allow one or two USB connectors to get plugged in at the same time as two standard plugs. Then, your devices can charge at the same outlet as they would have before, but without taking up outlet space.