Installing electricity safely in your garage is a beast on its own, and without the right guidance and know-how, can be dangerous. Our Monmouth county electrician is here to provide you with the professional staff you need to get the job done right.
Too often, garages are treated with less precaution than the inside of your house when it comes to electricity, and that can lead to big problems down the road.
Garage Electrical Outlets
First and foremost, make sure you’re using the right type of outlets in your garage. Since many garages are vulnerable to flooding and moisture, it’s necessary that you install Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter safety outlets. They will prevent you from being electrocuted if you come into contact with any water while operating power tools–something a lot of us do in the garage.
Garage Electrical Wiring
Since our garage often becomes our workstations, it’s important to keep in mind the type of wiring you use depending on how many tools you plan to have running at once. Our professional-grade team can set up your garage for 240 volts with higher-gauge wiring, which will help keep your breakers from tripping and reduce the amp draw from your tools.
Garage Lights & Motion Sensors
The light of choice in many garages are lights triggered by motion sensors. With this feature, you not only have the convenience of light whenever you need it without having to flip a switch, but the added security of extra lighting outside your house if you choose to mount it on the exterior as well.
Update Your Garage Doors
Modern garage doors are a necessity for any modern garage. Electric openers are activated by a sensor or keypad, and come in handy if you are locked out of the house or just don’t feel like carrying a key around. We can install garage doors along with revamp your entire garage electrical system with the attention and care your garage deserves!
Contact us today with any questions about garage electrical safety or to set up an appointment!