Switches, Outlets & Fixtures
Switches, Outlets & Fixture Services for Connecticut Homes
If you are experiencing problems with your current outlets and need to have them repaired, you want to upgrade to GFCI Safety Outlets, or you want to add new outlets inside or outside your home, we can do it all. Our team will install or repair any switches, fixtures, dimmers, or outlets you need, and if necessary we can install additional circuit breakers for specific areas of your home.
Electrical outlets can go out for numerous reasons, such as loose wiring or loose contact points. If left alone, faulty outlets can cause sparks and arcs that can start a fire in your home. It is important to have broken outlets repaired as soon as possible. A broken light switch, while less dangerous, can still be a major inconvenience. A Ray Brown electrician can take a look at your switches or outlets and determine the source of the problem right away.
Installing new switches and outlets has never been easier than with a Ray Brown electrician. Outdoor outlets especially can make yard work less of a hassle and decorating for Christmas becomes problem-free. Rather than running an extension cord inside to your garage, just plug in and go. Whether you need some extra power for kitchen appliances and bathroom convenience, or you want to add a power source to the outside of your home, we can assist you with all of your installation needs.
GFCI Safety Outlets
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) safety outlets are ideal for preventing electrocution in your home. These outlets detect any inconsistencies or interruptions in the regular flow of electricity, and shut the outlet off completely to prevent deadly shocks. The National Electrical Code requires that GFCIs be used in areas where outlets might come into contact with water: bathrooms, kitchens, garages, and outdoors. Upgrading to GFCI outlets is an important safety decision for your family. At Ray Brown Electric, we are glad to assist you with improving the safety of your electrical outlets.
The number and size of circuit breakers throughout your home determines how power will be distributed. Additional power circuits can be helpful and effective in areas with many appliances that are drawing lots of electrical power. For some appliances, a dedicated electrical circuit that will serve only that appliance is required by the National Electrical Code. At Ray Brown Electric, we are fully equipped to install additional appliance circuits in your home.
Our team at Ray Brown Electric will install or repair any switches, fixtures, dimmers, or outlets you need indoors or outdoors. Give us a call at (203) 261-2115 for all of your electrical needs!