Electrical receptacles are commonly referred to as outlets, the connection between an electrical AC system and an electrical device(s). No matter what kind of receptacle you need, whether it’s regular or specialty receptacle you need,
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Types of receptacles
Counter pop up receptacles
Twist lock receptacles for generators
Car charger receptacles
Child proof receptacles
GFCI or AFCI receptacles
A floor outlet in the middle of the floor can help prevent entanglement of power cords and also tripping. Furthermore, floor electrical receptacles are more typically found in offices to help power peripherals or desks electronics. Additionally, they are useful in rooms with very low windows or homes where mounting a wall receptacle is impossible. Many colors or styles are available. Therefore, call us and find out what we can offer you.
Counter pop up receptacle
This refers to an outlet that is underneath the surface of the countertops or kitchen islands. It’s pressed or rotated to “pop-out”, providing a variety of power sockets and USB ports that can charge mobile devices.
They are a safe and reliable power source for kitchen appliances. Hence, eliminating the need of traditional wall outlets or excessively long extension cables to meet of power sockets you need. They have very modern and sleek looking, call us and we can show you what is possible.
Twist lock receptacles for generators
A twist lock electric receptacle is an outlet that requires a plug to twist into it in order for it to stay in place. Twist lock receptacles utilize a twisting method with a plug to establish a connection. Unlike a regular wall receptacle that requires you to push the plug into the socket holes to make a connection. Many items use this type of electrical receptacles. Namely, Medical equipment, Power poles, Pool pumps, Generators, Computer equipment and heavy industrial/commercial equipment. If you have some sensitive equipment which is not easily disconnected, then, contact us to install a Twist lock receptacle.
Car charger electrical receptacles
There are three main types of EV charging receptacles- rapid, fast, and slow. These represent the power outputs, and therefore charging speeds, available to charge an EV. The most common connector is the SAE J1772 EV plug. We can provide you with 15 amp to 50 amp 120v/240v car charger electric receptacles. This will power EV chargers and help you get a vehicle moving. Don’t hesitate to call now to discuss the possibilities.
Child proof electrical receptacles
These are best to help protect children from accidentally getting shocked. Such places are: nurseries, bedrooms or any other area a child might play. It is almost impossible for a child to get hurt as they need to push both of the child proof electric receptacle prong at the same time and at a certain angle in order to make contact with the internal electricity. Are you ready to make your home child proof? we can help, call us.
Switched electrical receptacles
A switched electric receptacle allows you to control one outlet with a switch while the other remains hot. Example: a lamp plugged into the switched outlet turns on as you enter a room while another plugged item is in use. Another use for a switched receptacle would be soffit electrical receptacles, where you wish to have control without having to unplug and re-plug strings of lights constantly. Contact us to help you make life easier with a switched receptacle now.
USB electrical receptacles
The USB charging receptacle is the same as a standard outlet but solely for charging USB devices. They can come with many usb ports or different sizes for different types of devices. This can reduce that amount of receptacles needed to multiple electronic devices.
Smart electrical receptacles
A smart outlet is a power receptacle that plugs into a traditional electrical outlet. This integrates it into a smart home network. It allows you to control whatever you plug into it using an app installed on a smartphone or with voice command through a virtual assistant. This is a great technology still in its infancy and can help you accomplish simple tasks like turning on and off lighting remotely, or other devices.
Recessed electrical receptacles
These outlets allows you to conceal plugs behind monitors, TV’s, or other connectors from protruding above the surface of the wall.
GFCI or AFCI electrical receptacles
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters or Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters work in areas like the kitchen, bathroom or garage where the risk of electrical shock is greater. They recognize many types of hazardous situations and respond by interrupting power thus reducing fires caused by an electrical system.