Electrical Switches and Outlets in Blaine, MN and Surrounding Areas

Serving the Twin Cities Metro and Surrounding Areas

You likely already know why it’s so important to have a trained professional handle your Andover home’s electrical work—this is the only way you can guarantee your household’s safety with such a job. Fortunately, you needn’t to anything more than make one call to our team when you need installation or service for electrical switches and outlets! 

Whether it is an upgrade to your current outlets, an electrical switch installation, or you’re curious about USB outlets or the advancement of smart lighting, there is no electrical job that is beyond our capabilities.

At Air Mechanical, Inc., we will focus on your safety so you can focus on your family, with the installation and service of electrical switches and outlets and an electrical system to last “For the life of your home.” Contact our team today!

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Contact Our Trusted Team for Electrical Switch and Outlet Installations

The installation or service of your electrical switches and outlets requires specialized knowledge. Outlets vary in voltage and current ratings, and each incorporate their own ways of interrupting circuits, through ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) or arc–fault circuit interrupters (AFCI). At Air Mechanical, Inc. we also install and service USB outlets and smart lighting!

Our Comprehensive Electrical Outlet Services

Whether you need better protection for your home’s electrical system through rewiring or you’re looking to upgrade your electrical outlets, our team is the one to call. Our electrical outlets and switches include:

  • USB Outlets: These are newer and not seen in many homes, but with the development of more and more mobile devices, they’ve become a welcomed advancement. They allow you to recharge your electrical gadgets, such as your tablets or smartphone, using nothing more than the gadget’s regular USB cord—no need to purchase or keep track of potentially unsafe adapters.
  • Smart Lighting: As part of their overall smart home installations, many homeowners are choosing to forgo the traditional outlets and lighting for smart lighting—like other home automation developments, this provides you a more efficient way to manage the lighting in your home. Traditional light bulbs get replaced with smart lightbulbs, and the installation of the switches for smart lighting takes expertise that only a trained professional can provide.
  • GFCI Outlets: These are designed to protect you from ground faults, which can cause burns or electrical shock. The basic function of such an outlet is to detect when it’s putting out more electricity than it is getting—meaning that electricity must be moving through another, unintended source (water, a person). It immediately shuts the circuit off once it senses this, and you’ll need to manually reset it using a button on the outlet itself. GFCI outlets are required in any space where there may be water—your bathrooms, kitchen, laundry room, and even garage.
  • AFCI Outlets: These are not the same as GFCI outlets, but can exist on the same circuit. AFCI outlets are required for all bedroom outlets, and are designed mainly to prevent fires caused by electricity leaking out of damaged or compromised wiring. If your bedroom lacks these outlets, or if you think they might be needed in another part of your home, be sure to give us a call.

The most important factor to remember, when it comes to the installation of your USB outlets, smart lighting, or even the more traditional GFCI and AFCI outlets, is that this type of work should only be done by a trained and licensed technician. Make the call to Air Mechanical, Inc.

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