Your home or business has thousands of electrical connections in it, and it only takes one bad connection to start a fire. Typically, these connections are found in device boxes including outlets, receptacles, light switches, and light fixtures.
Loose wire connections are the typical culprit, after years of expansion and contraction the terminals that the wires are attached to become loose and cause arcing which produces heat and ultimately will cause a fire.
Though the electrical wiring in your home is a complex system, CMC Service Experts is highly trained in diagnosing and troubleshooting the problem in an efficient and timely manner. We are proud to serve customers in Raleigh, Clayton, Durham, or Fayetteville, and Chapel Hill with expert outlet repair, replacements, and upgrades.
To schedule electrical repair service in Raleigh, North Carolina, fill out our contact form or give us a call. We offer free estimates!
No matter what kind of issue you have with your electrical outlets, our team can handle it quickly and cost-effectively. Maybe your home or business has old, dated outlets, such as two-prong (ungrounded) outlets. Maybe you had a power surge and aren’t sure if you can trust your outlets anymore.
If you are wary of using any of your outlets, for any reason, give us a call for outlet repair in Raleigh. We will look at your electrical wiring and outlets, figure out where your problems are, and fix everything fast. You just won’t find a better combination of quality, speed, value, and service anywhere in our area.
Electrical fires are known to cause more than $1 billion in damage and hundreds of deaths in the U.S. every year. Old and faulty outlets are a major cause of these damages and deaths. It doesn’t have to happen to you. CMC Service Experts is here to help ensure the safety of your home, your property, and your family.
Whether you own a home or business, you can count on us for the following electrical services.
Electrical outlets can go bad for any reason: lightning storms, power surge, fire, or old age. Regardless of the reason, it is important to make sure your outlets are in good condition. Our licensed electrical technicians can inspect every outlet in your home or business to ensure they are updated, safe, and in good working condition.
Don’t let a bad outlet create a dangerous home environment. CMC Service Experts can make your home safe by repairing or replacing your outlet. We can also identify the cause of the damaged outlet and repair or replace any other electrical components. Upgrade your old outlets to handle your modern appliances and electronics.
You depend on your electrical outlets to be safe and dependable for your employees and customers. One bad outlet can cause injury, which can be detrimental to your business. Our technicians can inspect all your outlets and make the necessary repairs or upgrades.
Today’s GFCI receptacles offer more safety and convenience features such as self-testing, audible alarms, tamper-resistant design, nightlight, USB charging, and WiFi-ready capabilities.
We can replace outdated outlets with advanced receptacles that enhance your room experience and meet or exceed residential or commercial North Carolina building codes.
Whether you have problems with a single plug-in or the whole receptacle, our technicians can identify the problem and find the appropriate solution. In some cases, we can restore the outlet and get it working again. In other cases, we’ll need to replace the outlet with a new one that provides the power you need.
We are dedicated to helping you find the right solution that produces long-term results. Some of the most common electrical outlet issues we handle include
In addition to fixing and replacing your old, faulty, or outdated outlets, we can also upgrade them with the latest available outlets. These days, there are tons of great options for outlet types, including those with baby-safe covers, remote-controlled “smart” outlets, and more.
We can even install cutting-edge outlets with USB ports built right in—perfect for charging your smartphones, tablets, and other devices! With CMC Service Experts, an electrical outlet upgrade is easy and cost-effective.
At CMC Service Experts, we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality electrical repair service in North Carolina. You can feel confident that you are getting the most qualified electrical technicians in the business when you hire us.
If you are like most homeowners in Raleigh, you work through the week and can’t schedule service until after hours or on the weekends. Fortunately, we offer 24/7 electrical repair, which is more compatible with your lifestyle.
We want you to be 100% satisfied with every aspect of our electrical repair service. For this reason, we offer a lifetime warranty on our electrical products and workmanship, as well as a 100% money-back guarantee.
We Put Safety First! We believe our customer’s electrical safety is of the utmost importance. That is why we provide a FREE safety inspection with every service. We ensure that all electrical products and work performed exceed safety requirements.
CMC Service Experts have decades of combined industry experience. We use our training and experience to provide a positive experience. You benefit from our courteous customer service, timely work, and affordable rates. We put our customers first!
When you need fast, dependable electrical repair, contact CMC Service Experts. We provide comprehensive electrical repair, installation, maintenance, and replacement in Raleigh, Clayton, Durham, Fayetteville, and Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Fill out our contact form or give us a call to schedule service.
There are several ways to tell if the electrical outlet is going bad.
Yes. it is possible to do a DIY job. However, only a licensed electrician can ensure that the outlet replacement meets local building codes. Your home warranty or homeowners’ insurance may also require a licensed professional to perform any electrical work on your house.
A GFCI outlet is designed to handle 125 to 250 volts. The outlet automatically cuts the electrical current if there is a threat of a power surge of fire. GFCI protection is required in a number of areas in your home including the garage, kitchen, outside outlets, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and any outlet that is within 6 feet of a water source.
The National Electrical Code requires these outlets to ensure safe operation and an extremely fast trip time to occur in the case of an electrical fault. With proper GFCI protection you can ensure the safety of you and your family and your electrical system.