Since 2000, arc fault breakers have been required in homes to prevent fires by detecting loose connections that cause arcing and turning power off before a fire can start.
Does Your Home Have Ground Fault Protection (Shock Protection)
GFI protection should be in bathrooms, kitchens, outside, garages and unfinished basements or anywhere around water.
If you have a Federal Pacific Panel or Zinsco Electrical Breaker Panel in your home, these panels are unsafe and have lost there UL listing (You can do your own research on the web).
Is Your Panel Safe?
Add Arc Fault Breakers To Your House for 24 Hour Fire Protection
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Is Your House Grounded Properly?
OVER 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE
If your house is an older house, there is a good chance it is not grounded up to today's code.
You should have 2 ground rods and metal water pipes should be bonded together. All should be bonded at first means of disconnect.
This is your main protection from a lightning surge.
Federal Pacific Panel
Loganville, Monroe, Conyers, Covington, Oxford, Lawrenceville, Snellville and surrounding areas.
If your electrical panel is over 10 years old we recommend a safety inspection
$79 Panel Inspection Special (March/April)
Replace smoke detectors every 10 years; replace batteries every year