Electrical Outlets for Your Oklahoma City Home or Business

Outlets are integral to the performance of your home or business. Not only do they supply power to the devices you use on a daily basis, but their placement can determine the layout and function of any given room. The experienced electricians at Edge Electric know what it takes to have the right electrical outlets in the right place, to make sure that your appliances are as effective, efficient and safe as possible.

Edge Electric will install, replace or repair outlets any type or electrical capacity, such as:

Ideal for offices or areas with multiple appliances, 2 duplex outlets allow up to four oversized plugs in close proximity, saving you the tangled mess of extension cords.

Large appliances like washers and dryers often require their own circuits and outlets to handle their high electrical demand.

Having outlets near your cooking surfaces can add a level of convenience to your food preparation, allowing you to maximize counter space and efficiency.

Perfect for your electric vehicle or other chargeable device, having a dedicated charging station provides the peace of mind to know you’ll never lose power.

A ground fault circuit interrupter in your kitchen, bathroom or laundry area will prevent any shorts or dangerous power overloads caused by water around your electrical devices.

Sometimes, wall outlets don’t provide the convenience you need for furniture and mobile appliances. A floor outlet will give you on-the-spot power when you need it.

A standard electrical outlet will cost on average between $120 – $200 to have installed by an electrician. Usually electricians charge by the hour, so typically the more outlets there are to install, the cheaper the cost of each one will be. 

Average Cost: $150

Typical Range: $120 – $200

For a more accurate estimate contact Edge Electric online and we will be happy to answer any of your questions. We look forward to hearing from you! 

While it is not required by law to have an electrician add an outlet to your Oklahoma City home, it is strongly recommended having a licensed electrician install outlets anyway. If an outlet does not meet code requirements, it could cause electric shock or fire. Did you know that, if officials determine that a fire was started by improper electrical work done by the homeowner, your insurance company may not pay for any damage? A professional technician will be able to tell that an outlet is not only working properly, but is functioning safely and within any boundaries of the circuit breaker. For more information on outlets, contact Edge Electric today. One of our licensed electricians can answer your questions or get you on our schedule.

Edge Electric offers flat rate pricing for all electrical and outlet services. If adding a brand new GFCI outlet and running cable, the cost will increase.

Do you need outlet work done in your home? We are here for you! Contact Edge Electric online to schedule an appointment or to get a more precise estimate on outlet replacement.

Electrical outlets don’t have a definite lifespan. How often an outlet needs to be replaced depends upon how much use that outlet gets. Outlets in bathrooms and kitchens will likely need to be replaced much more frequently than the outlets in a guest room that only gets used a few times a year. Some signs your electrical outlet may need to be replaced include:

  • The outlet is loose and plugs fall out.
  • The outlet is hot or has scorch marks around it.
  • Things plugged into the outlet don’t work well.
  • There’s no power to the outlet.

Edge Electric can help you figure out if electrical outlet replacement would be the best option for you. Contact us today for additional information on our outlet repair and replacement services!

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Outlet Repairs

Often times, a repair is a cost effective solution to better efficiency and safety. Outlets needing repair suffer from:

  • Damaged panels or receptacles

  • “Backstabbed” outlets

  • Loose or disconnected wiring

  • Unresponsive outlets

We take pride in being the number one choice for quality electrical work in the OKC area.