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Bring out Mister Sparky Electric to inspect, repair, and upgrade your outlets & receptacles. For maximum electric shock prevention, we specialize in tamper-resistant outlets.

Install Tamper-Resistant Outlets

More than 2,000 children every year are treated in the emergency room for electrocution, resulting from sticking objects or fingers into outlets. That injury to a young child can be dangerous — even deadly. Tamper-resistant outlets block any object other than a plug from making an electrical connection inside the outlet. Upgrade your entire house to this safety solution with Mister Sparky Electric.

Check Outlet Connections

Outlets with a weak, “backstab” connection can melt the receptacle or start an electrical fire. When a high draw of electricity — like an electric heater — is pulled through a weak connection, the excess electricity can cause serious damage. Since this is a common problem, our expert electricians inspect your outlet connections during an electrical safety inspection. Sign up for a protection plan to guarantee your outlets are safe every year.

Repair a Loose Connection

Can you wiggle plugs in your outlets? It might not seem serious, but that is the sign of a loose electrical connection. Our electricians can replace your loose connections with a tight and correct connection.

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