That new refrigerator really ties your Charles County kitchen together, but do you have the proper appliance wiring to keep it from blowing the circuit? If you’ve ever blown a fuse after plugging in too many appliances on the same circuit, you understand how important it is to get dedicated circuitry for each one. Each time you buy a new large appliance like a microwave, stove, or washer/dryer, you should call an electrician.
Are you thinking of buying a new appliance but aren’t sure about the circuitry in your home? John Goudie Electric will come to inspect your home and give you the peace of mind you need.
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These days, most homes in Maryland have been built ready to accommodate large appliances. But if you live in an older home, or have purchased new appliances that don’t already have a dedicated circuit, you need to install a new one.
Overloading your circuit won’t just be an inconvenience to you—it’s also dangerous. When an appliance tries to pull more electricity out of a circuit than it can handle, it can cause power failure, electric shocks, and even electrical fires. Installing dedicated circuits for your appliances reduces the chances of electrical fires in your Maryland home and helps prevent power failures.
Does your home need entirely new wiring? Installing new wiring in your home can reduce the chance of an electrical fire, electric shock, and power failures.
Chances are, if it has a motor, it needs its own circuit. This includes:
But there are other times you would need to install a dedicated circuit. Larger power tools, for example, might need dedicated circuits. If you like to go all-out during the holidays, you may want to call an electrician to install a dedicated circuit just for your decorations and lights.
Any machinery, computers, or larger televisions can also benefit from their own circuits. You can always purchase an electrical code book if you aren’t sure, or just call the experts at John Goudie Electric at 301-710-5968!
Appliance wiring requires installing dedicated circuitry for your new appliance. Dedicated circuits allow us to connect your appliance—which, depending on its size, likely draws a large electrical current to its circuit—to its own, personal electrical circuit. Doing this increases your Charles County home’s safety and decreases the chance of electrical shock, fire, or damage to your appliances or electrical outlets.
Our electricians can inspect your home’s current electrical system to ensure the proper amperage is reaching your appliance. Next, we install a new circuit for your appliance and tighten all electrical connections. Once the dedicated circuit is installed, your new appliance can safely operate in your Charles County home.
No matter your electrical installation project, you can count on the electricians at John Goudie Electric. We value our reputation and hold our technicians to the highest of standards. Our family-run business has outranked our Maryland and Virginia competitors since 1987 with our 100% satisfaction guarantee. For any residential electrical installation project in Charles County, contact the wiring experts at John Goudie Electric!