Outlet Installation

Electrical Outlet Installation Alpharetta & Atlanta

Electrical Outlet Installation
MNE offers electrical outlet installation in Alpharetta & Atlanta. We can safely and affordably install your indoor and outdoor outlets. Our experienced electricians always make sure your work is up to code and will meet your specified needs. Contact us for your outlet installation in Alpharetta, Dunwoody, Johns Creek, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Lawrenceville, Cumming, Duluth, Buford, Suwanee and Metro Atlanta.
"My Neighborhood Electrician was very helpful. David came out to my townhome, he was polite and very informative. They handled everything so professionally. I will use them as my electrician from here on out. They're amazing." - REAL MNE CUSTOMER REVIEW

Contact Us Online or Call 770.599.5811 To Schedule Your Appointment.

Indoor Outlet Installations

My Neighborhood Electrician provides full service for indoor outlets. We install new electrical outlets as well complete upgrades and repairs to existing outlets. Many older homes do not have enough outlets or have outlets that are not compliant with today’s electrical codes. The use of long term extension cords and multi outlet converters is a good indication that you need additional outlets. Converting 2 prong outlets to 3 prong outlets without running the ground wire creates a dangerous safety threat to your family and home. Always call a licensed electrician for all your indoor outlet needs.

Please call us if you experience any of the following electrical overload warning signs from your outlets:
  • Warm or discolored wall plates.
  • Burning odor coming from outlet or wall switches.
  • Crackling, sizzling or buzzing from receptacles.

Outdoor Outlet Installations

My Neighborhood Electrician installs and services outdoor outlets. All outdoor receptacles should be GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) protected to avoid electrical shock. GFCI outlets are especially important for use around pools, hot tubs and spas. There are specific GFCIs for outdoor use and should be labeled “weather resistant” accordingly. Do not install a receptacle outdoors that was manufactured for indoor use. Although outdoor outlet installation might seem straightforward, always call a licensed electrician for installation and service.

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