- 1. Outlets
Many older homes have outdated two-prong outlets without a proper ground wire. Updating older outlets with modern designs will reduce the likelihood of an electrical fire and electrical shocks. Upgrading your outlets will also minimize the damage caused by power surges.
- 2. GFCIs
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) are used to automatically switch off electrical devices when they come into contact with water. GFCIs are recommended for appliances being used in bathrooms, kitchens, basements, and outdoors. Properly-installed GFCIs are essential for preventing electrical shocks and fires.
- 3. Lighting upgrades
Lighting plays an important part in aesthetics and can even set a “mood” for your home. Changing out incandescent or halogen lighting for LEDs will create a brighter atmosphere and use less energy in the process. LEDs can also be purchased in various styles to illuminate shelves, closets, and confined spaces.
- 4. New electrical panel
Installing a new electrical panel and breaker box will prolong the life of your electrical system while increasing efficiency for use with modern appliances. Households today use nearly 50% more energy than in the past. An upgraded electrical panel will be able to handle the increased power draw more effectively.
- 5. Smart home features
84% of American households own at least one smartphone. Smart home systems can be easily integrated into your phone to control different parts of your house—whether you're home or on the go. Smart home systems can control:
- Home security
- Door locks
- Home security
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