Bathrooms use a lot of electricity. Typically, there is plenty of lights, ventilation fans, power outlets and in some instances, heated floors and towel racks.

Safety is no accident. When combining electricity with water, it is crucial to the safety of you and your family.

All outlets must be GFCI protected. Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter receptacles help prevent shock hazards. GFCI protection comes in two forms. One is directly on the breaker panel. The second is located at the receptacle in your renovated bathroom. Properly wired, the GFCI will also protect outlets downstream on the same circuit.

Our licensed electricians understand the importance of using the right materials and quality installation to contribute to your safety.