AFCI Breakers & Outlets

AFCI Breakers & Outlets

Protect Your Home and Family with The AFCI Breaker

The AFCI breaker is the only breaker that is on the market today that can actually prevent a fire! The AFCI works so good it is now required on almost all electrical circuits.

This by far is one of the best advancements in electrical history! The AFCI breaker and AFCI receptacle saves lives and can prevent property damage.

These two devices alone, can give you peace of mind knowing that you and your family are safe and protected from most electrical hazards.

Sometimes breakers go bad!

Like any electrical component, electrical breakers can go bad. If your breaker trips and does not reset, please give our electricians a call at (352) 350-7878 or use the service request form above.

What does The AFCI Breaker Do?

AFCI breakers must be installed to the requirements set forth by the National Electrical Code.  The rules are becoming more stringent as well and for good reason.  The AFCI breaker is the only breaker on the market that can prevent a fire, keeping you and your family safe.

The AFCI breaker is designed to detect a wide range of arcing electrical faults that can happen in your electrical wiring, devices, outlets, switches and other associated devices. If an arc fault is detected the breaker will immediately turn off, reducing the risk of an electrical fire or shock.

The AFCI Receptacle

The AFCI receptacle offers additional protection from potentially dangerous hazards caused by devices plugged into the outlets.

Proper protection is essential to protect you and your family. Arc faults can happen in the walls, in the attic or underneath the home. Loose connections or faulty lamp wiring can also cause arc faults, which lead to fires.

With just a little research on the internet, you will see that there are thousands of people whom have lost their home, possessions and loved ones from electrical fires and electrical faults. The numbers are staggering. 

An arc can be so intense, that it can create temperatures up to 10,000°F instantaneously.  When an arc occurs, typically it affects the nearby material such as wood or insulation causing a fire to spread quickly.

If you have any questions or concerns about your electrical system and whether or not your home is safe, then call the master electricians at In Charge Electric Electrical today. We will send a licensed electrician to your home, and give you peace of mind knowing that we can make your electrical system safer than it has ever been.

Call today your hometown electrical experts at In Charge Electric at (352) 350-7878, or please request service from our contact page.

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