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Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI) Services in Denver

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Before the widespread adoption of ground fault interrupters (GFI), nearly 1,000 Americans died each year due to electrocution. Now that these electrical safety systems are required in homes, that rate has dropped to 200 or less. At AAA Service Plumbing, Heating & Electric, your safety is our top priority, which is why we provide the most reliable, effective electrical repairs, replacements, and installations in town. To protect you and your loved ones against electrical shock and other hazards, we offer ground fault interrupter (GFI) services in Denver.

Ground fault protection is required by law for good reason. Find out if your Denver home is properly protected by calling AAA Service Plumbing, Heating & Electric at (303) 622-3449 today.

What Is the Purpose of a GFI?

As you know, when water comes into contact with appliances that are plugged in, it can result in electrocution and damage to your property. GFI outlets are designed to protect people from electrocution and other electrical injuries. These electrical safety devices can detect when there is a variation in the electrical connection (usually caused by a ground fault). Once an interruption is detected, an internal switch is triggered and the flow of electricity is cut off from that outlet.

For example, if you are using your hair dryer and it falls into a sink full of water, the GFI will cut off electricity from the outlet that the hair dryer is plugged into. You might still experience painful electrocution, but the GFI can prevent a prolonged surge of electricity, potentially saving you from serious injury or death.

What Is the Difference Between GFI & GFCI?

Ground fault interrupters and ground fault circuit interrupters are actually the same thing. These systems are more commonly referred to as ground fault circuit interrupters, but the names are interchangeable.

Where Are GFI/GFCIs Required?

You can protect your family by making sure ground fault protection is installed in each at-risk area of your home. These areas are often exposed to moisture from sinks, showers, hoses, tubs, and more, which increases the risk of electrical shock.

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters Are Required by Code to Be Installed In:


  • Kitchens where power is close to sinks and water
  • Bathrooms where power is close to sinks, showers, tubs, and other water sources
  • Outdoor outlets and switches exposed to water
  • Laundry rooms and washrooms
  • Garages exposed to wet conditions
  • Spas, hot tubs, and wet bars
  • Crawlspaces

While there are plenty of spaces that should always have GFIs, there are a few areas you should avoid using these outlets. We recommend never using GFIs with refrigerators or other large appliances because they could trip without you knowing. Then, next thing you know, your refrigerator has been out all day and your food is bad!

At AAA Service Plumbing, Heating & Electric, our Denver ground fault circuit interrupter professionals are fully up to date on the latest codes and regulations. We can ensure your home is equipped with all of the proper outlets.

Signs You Need to Repair or Replace Your GFI

It is easy to ignore your electrical outlets until something is wrong with them. To ensure your home runs smoothly and efficiently, it is a good idea to become familiar with the signs that your outlet is on the fritz.

You Might Need to Repair or Replace Your GFI Outlet If:


  • Your outlet is scorched
  • Your outlet is cracked or chipped
  • The red reset button is in but your outlet has no power
  • Your outlet keeps tripping
  • Plugs keep sliding out of your outlet
  • The red button doesn’t pop out when you push the black button
  • Your lights flicker when you plug something into your outlet
  • Your outlet is hot to the touch
  • Your outlet is not working
  • You see sparks when you plug or unplug certain appliances

Whatever the problem may be, AAA Service Plumbing, Heating & Electric has a solution. Our Denver ground fault interrupter service professionals are skilled in quickly troubleshooting and repairing electrical problems, and we guarantee we can take care of yours as well.

Why Choose AAA Service Plumbing, Heating & Electric?

When it comes to keeping your home safe and functional, no one does it quite like AAA Service Plumbing, Heating & Electric. Since opening our doors nearly 40 years ago, we have been proud to offer the most dependable electrical services in town. From inspecting to installing to troubleshooting, we can handle your every ground fault interrupter service in Denver and beyond. Each member of our team is equipped with advanced tools and technology, has undergone extensive training, and is on call 7 days a week to take care of your home.

Why settle for any electrician when you can have the very best? Call (303) 622-3449 to schedule GFI service in Denver.

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