Keeping Your Home and Business Safe with a GFCI Installation
There are many useful applications for a well-placed outlet in your home or business. But while a skilled electrician can place a receptacle just about anywhere, did you know that there are specific types of outlets that are built for safety and functionality in given locations?
Perhaps one of the most important things you can do for your protection is invest in a GFCI installation. Short for “ground fault circuit interrupter,” a GFCI differs from a fuse in that while a fuse is designed to prevent fire and circuit overloading, a GFCI is designed to prevent electrocution on the part of users themselves.
GFCI receptacles are appropriate for all types of locations throughout your residential or commercial buildings, but are especially useful in the following areas around the home and office: