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Nov 01 2018

Appliance Installation Albertville

Appliance_Installation_AlbertvilleIt’s not everyday that a person does their own appliance installation Albertville. Indeed, for those rare times when a new, big appliance is bought and delivered to a home, it’s best to hire a professional from Wired Electric to make sure it’s installed safely and properly.

For instance, did you know a professional will always shut the electricity and gas supplies to the appliance before removal and reinstallation? Furthermore, since appliances are very heavy, they require at least two people for removal/installation. Wired Electric recommends putting a piece of plywood, heavy cardboard or some other protective material over your floors to prevent damage to flooring during the removal and appliance installation Albertville process.

What are some of the big appliances Wired Electric can remove/install for you? Ranges and ovens, refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, garbage disposals, and washers/dryers are common things Wired Electric handles, making sure everything is done properly. Big appliances typically require 240 volt electrical outlets on separate circuits that must be installed by a licensed electrician. Wired Electric can install 240 volt electrical outlets.

When introducing a new appliance to a home, a professional electrician can tell whether or not an available circuit will do for it. Indeed, many home appliances in a kitchen, laundry room, home gym, and/or garage require individual circuits because they use a lot of power. You don’t want to have an overloaded circuit and deal with continually tripping circuit breakers or blowing fuses.

Appliance installation Albertville, when done properly, meets electrical safety codes. Wired Electric makes sure each appropriate appliance installation Albertville has a properly grounded, dedicated circuit.

The National Electrical Code requires some circuits in kitchens and bathrooms to be dedicated and even protected by a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlet nowadays. If you have an older home, you might need to upgrade or add circuits to handle your current power needs safely and efficiently.

For appliance installation Albertville, call or email Wired Electric today.

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