GFCI Replacement

Your Community GFCI Experts


If your home does not currently have any GFCIs, CNJ Home Services technicians can install GFCIs in the high risk areas mentioned below where electrical circuits could interact their surroundings and cause costly and potentially dangerous problems.

A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) can detect electrical leaks, and help prevent electrocution by shutting off electrical currents. GFCIs are commonly installed in outlets exposed to water, such as outlets near bathroom and kitchen sinks, outdoor outlets, laundry room outlets, or pool and spa outlets.

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