When it’s time for new electrical outlet wiring in Lincoln, NE, for your home, hire an experienced electrician. Your home’s electrical system is a complex web of wires that distribute electricity throughout your home, and proper outlet and electrical panel wiring are central to your family’s safety in all seasons.
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Electrical outlets keep your home’s lights, appliances, and devices flowing with electricity. In many older Lincoln homes, even large rooms may have only one or two outlets — and in many cases, the existing outlets in the home aren’t grounded.
In today’s appliance- and electronics-saturated world, homes need plenty of outlets to avoid having to load up power strips and wrangle extension cords. New electrical outlet wiring can improve the functionality of your rooms by adding more outlets right where you need them most.
Updating your existing electrical outlet wiring can include replacing ungrounded outlets throughout your home with grounded ones and swapping out older outlets in the kitchen and bathroom with ground fault circuit interrupter, or GFCI, outlets for increased safety around water.
Depending on the size and age of your home, whether you’re building an addition, and how many outlets you’re adding to your existing wiring, you may need to have your electrical panel updated, too.
Your electrical panel, also known as your breaker box, is the heart of your home’s electrical system. All of your electrical wiring culminates here, and if you have issues with your electrical panel wiring, you may experience signs like frequent tripping of circuit breakers, flickering lights in your home, or a burnt odor near your panel.
A licensed electrician can inspect your electrical panel to determine whether it’s safe and suitable for your home’s electrical needs.
Signs you may need a new electrical panel include:
You have an increased demand for electricity that an older panel can’t meet
You’re adding significantly more outlets and switches to your home and require more circuits
Your existing panel is damaged, outdated, or unsafe, lacking insufficient safety features like circuit breakers
Your existing panel no longer complies with current building codes.
Expert Outlet and Electrical Panel Wiring
Whether your Lincoln home is a century old and has a shortage of outlets or you’re building a whole new addition and need expert outlet wiring services, John Henry's Plumbing, Heating, Air, and Electrical is your tried-and-trusted local electrical contractor.
Our expert technicians always make your home’s safety and energy efficiency top priority, giving you peace of mind no matter how many devices or appliances you have plugged in and turned on at the same time.
For top-notch panel and electrical outlet wiring services in Lincoln, schedule a consultation with John Henry's Plumbing, Heating, Air, and Electrical, and plug into safe, convenient home wiring.