GFCI Outlets: Replace Every Ten Years

GFCI outlet with nightlight

Want to keep your house safe?

It is recommended that you replace all of your GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupt) outlets every ten years.  


Like all microprocessor / computer-driven devices, these things get tired with 24/7 use. Plus, new technology leapfrogs the old technology.

In kitchens, Code now calls for GFCI/AFCI technology (Arc Fault Circuit Interrupt).

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