Electrical Switches & Outlets

Let our experts offer their help to replace the electrical devices in your home in compliance with local codes.

  • Outlet Repair
  • Outlet Installation
  • Outlet Replacement
  • GFCI Outlets
  • Tamper-resistant Receptacles
  • Dimmers
  • Ceiling Fan Controllers
  • Timers or motion sensor light controllers
  • Single pole, three-way, and four-way switching
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It is wise to choose licensed and insured electricians who can handle complex electrical installations in your home. The Wire Doctors not only get this job done safely, but also comply with national and local building codes. You can trust our hands-on experience and ability to handle your outlet and switch repair.

Electrical Switches & Outlet Services


If you need to add any electrical switches, outlets, or any other electric repair or installation, turn to the professionals at The Wire Doctors. At the Wire Doctors, you will find an electrician in your area who can provide you with the best-in-class workmanship, high-quality products, and superior customer service you’ve been looking for in an electrician.

The Wire Doctors can provide many of the electrical switches and corresponding outlets that can meet any architectural design need or aesthetic preference. With an assortment of colors and styles to choose from, the switches and outlets in your home will look and function exactly how you want them to. Do you just need a single switch repaired? No problem! No job is too big or too small for the technicians at The Wire Doctors. We can come to your home or business and repair one or more electrical switches the same day you call for service.

When to Replace Your Receptacles and Switches?


Receptacle failure is most common due to heavy wear and tear. Sometimes too many devices plugged in to an outlet can cause excessive wear. Other times, there may be an issue with the wiring within the circuit.

You will know when to call in the professionals if:

  • A switch breaks down completely.
  • The outlet doesn’t hold a plug.
  • The screws, faceplate, or any component of the outlet or switch gives a shock on touching.
  • Circuit breakers trip repeatedly when using a particular outlet.

We offer a wide variety of electrical services which include:

  • Outlet repair
  • Outlet installation
  • Light switch repair
  • Light switch installation
  • Dimmers and timers
  • Home automation outlets
  • Home automation switches
  • GFCI outlets
  • Electrical wiring


Solving Common Outlet & Switch Problems

One of the most common calls we get is for outlets and switches which are not working properly. Whether you are worried about the safety of an outlet or have a switch which is simply faulty, it is important to call on a professional. Our Wire Doctors’ outlet repair electricians are skilled at diagnosing and repairing all types of electrical equipment and will always strive to provide you with the most effective, safe solution. If we determine that a problem is beyond repair, we may recommend a replacement or upgrade.

For any queries, get in touch with our electrical experts! Look at the reviews from our many satisfied customers! Give us a call to get a custom quote today!

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Frequent Questions


Do I need an electrician to replace a light switch?

A licensed electrician will ensure your light switch is installed safely and correctly. Unless you have previous electrical experience, you should always hire a licensed electrician to complete any electrical work, including installing or replacing a light switch.


How can you tell if a light switch is bad?

Some signs of a bad light switch are clear. For instance, if there is an audible snap, crackle, or pop when you flip the switch, it’s pretty obvious the switch is defective and it’s time to replace it with a new one.


Why would the light switch stop working?

If the issue persists, it could be anything from a loose wire to a short circuit. A short circuit is caused when the hot wire (black wire) touches another hot wire or touches a white neutral wire. A break in a wire in the circuit can also cause this problem.


Can a bad switch trip a breaker?

A light switch that has become faulty can short out and trip a breaker. An old light switch can crack and become unusable and cause the breaker to trip. The wires can become brittle and cause a circuit overload or a short.