Electrical Safety

John Davis, a Kalamazoo electrician can work on electrical safety inspections.
John Davis, a Kalamazoo electrician, installing a whole home surge protection electrical system.
Child Proof Outlets: The world is a very dangerous place, and all parents want to keep their children safe. However, some of the most dangerous things are right inside of your house: your outlets! We can help by installing child-proof outlets, which are manfactured with cover plates built into outlet to prevent foreign objects from being inserted into outlet.

Safety Inspections: Are you trying to sell your home? Safety inspections are recommended, if not required when purchasing, selling or remodeling a home or business, especially if the structure is forty years old or older.

John Davis, a Kalamazoo electrician can fix electrical safety issues with wiring upgrades and safety inspections.
Faulty wiring and exposed wires such as themese may not be up to date with code. Call John Davis to make sure that your home is safe.

Dedicated Computer Circuits: Electrical power surges and power loss to computers can lead to a decrease in productivity and efficiency. The solution? Dedicated computer circuits. These special circuits power computer systems exclusively, and installation of dedicated computer circuits will make sure that your computer systems run smoothly every day.

Whole Home Surge Protection: Power surges from lightning and other sources can break your in-home electrical system, and can damage your appliances and other machines that are connected to electricity. Not only is this inconvenient, but it is also extremely costly. We can install a whole home surge protection system, which will be hard wired into the electrical panel to protect the electrical load in the entire house.

John Davis, a Kalamazoo electrician can work on electrical safety inspections.
John Davis, Kalamazoo electrician, can work on electrical hazards such as these, making sure that your house is safe and up to code.

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter: The bathtub is supposed to be a place of relaxation, but if somebody were to drop an active electrical device, such as a hair dryer, into the water, things could become dangerous pretty quickly. Luckily, ground fault circuit interrupters can be used to protect against such dangers. Ground fault circuit interrupters can sense when an electric current is flowing along an unintended path, such as through water or a person, and will shut off the electricity immediately. For this reason, grounded outlets are required by code in the kitchen, the bathroom, and many other places.

Code Updates and Corrections: It is important to keep your space up to the most current safety code in order for your home or business to pass inspections by local building autorities. John Davis Electrical Services is here to help you with this, as always.

Wiring Upgrades: Faulty wiring is the leading cause of residential fires. Even if all of your electrical appliances work, there may still be a problem with the wiring in your home if your home is over forty years old. Wiring upgrades allow for greater electrical loads, and will help increase the overall safety of your home.

Circuit Breaker Replacement: A circuit breaker is placed on a circuit in order to stop power flow to a circuit if there is excessive power draw. This prevents possible overload issues which could potentially delay for an inevitable necessary panel upgrade.