Outlet & Receptacles Electrician | Harrison Electric - Plymouth, MN

Why Choose Harrison Electric for Your Electrical Needs?

  • Thorough and Efficient
    Our qualified technicians take the time to ensure all aspects of your new electrical piece is securely and properly installed.
  • Professional and Experienced
    With all necessary licenses and certifications under our belts, the Harrison Electric team has the experienced and qualifications necessary to complete your electrical installation.
  • Five-Star Customer Service
    You can count on our dedicated technicians to get your installation done—but don’t take our word for it! Read through our customer reviews to learn more about our services.
  • Get Your Quote Today

Do you have outdated or damaged outlets and receptacles? Harrison Electric can replace your old outlets with safe, efficient outlets to meet your electrical needs. We can install different types of outlets into your home to accommodate appliances, adhere to safety codes, or provide more convenience depending on where you want the outlets.

To schedule a home inspection, consultation or installation service, contact Harrison Electric. We can answer your question and upgrade your old outlets.

Outdated Outlets & Receptacles

If you notice any two-pronged outlets in your home, you need to have them professionally replaced. Outlets that are not correctly installed or have exceeded their expected lifespan create a safety hazard in the home. A Harrison Electric technician can inspect your home for outdated outlets and replace them as needed.

When Do You Need Knew Outlets?

It can be difficult to tell when you need new outlet installation or need to replace your outlets. If the receptacles continue to operate every day (as they should), you may not realize that there is a problem. However, there are some symptoms of a failing outlet that you can observe. For instance:

While you can make some use of power strips or surge protectors, these were designed to be a temporary solution. If you find yourself needing a place to plug in an extra kitchen accessory or computer, an additional outlet will give you access.
Wear, discoloration, and cracking are all signs that you need new outlet installation. You should also keep an eye out for outlets that lose their grip and create a loose connection. Loos outlets present a risk of electrical fire and need to be replaced.
Ungrounded outlets generally contain two plug slots, without a ground wire. They are outdated and are not up to code. They are also dangerous.

Benefits of New Outlet installation

There are several benefits to installing new outlets in your home

Newer outlets can save energy because they are designed to withstand higher wattages stemming from additional electrical devices and more powerful appliances in your home.
OId outlets are fire hazards. In some cases, they can cause electrocution and cannot handle the amount of power required for today’s technology. They need to be replaced with safer outlets that are compatible with modern tech.
Code Compliant
Outdated outlets and receptacles do not meet current building codes due to lack of efficiency and high risk of fires or electrocution. We can install outlets that meet or exceed residential building codes.

GFCI Outlets

A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) is a device that interrupts or cuts off a circuit in the event of an electrical overload in a device. GFCIs are installed in kitchens, bathrooms, utility rooms, and other areas where water is present.

GFCI outlets exist to protect you and your family from electrical shock. Although a breaker panel is made prevent an electrical fire, a GFCI device is integrated into an outlet to monitor power levels going into a device. Therefore, if you accidentally drop the device into a sink full of water, the GFCI detects the sudden interruption in the current and cuts the power. This action prevents you from being electrocuted.

A GFCI device has a test button, a reset button, and possibly an indicator light. If there is an imbalance in the circuit, the GFCI trips the circuit in as little as one-thirtieth of a second. If it takes any longer for the GFCI to trip the circuit, you could be electrocuted.

Professional Outlet Installation

If you have old or damaged outlets in your home, Harrison Electric can replace the receptacles with new code-compliant receptacles.

To schedule service with one our certified technicians, call us at (763) 544-3300, or you can message us at mail@harrison-electric.com.

Call Us Today

(763) 544-3300

Available 24 Hours

"Very personable and helpful. They get out and get the job done with care and professional advice."

-Lynette C.

More Reviews

Schedule a Service


We offer the best electrical contractor services to clients throughout Minneapolis and the surrounding communities.

Learn More
  • HomeAdvisor Badge
  • Angies List Badge
  • Excellent Electrician Badge
  • Badge
  • BBB Logo
  • Green Screened
  • Minnesota Electrical Association
  • Angies List Badge
  • Angies List Badge
  • Readers Choice Badge
  • Best of 2020
  • Angi ssa 2023

Contact Us Today for an Electrical Service Quote!

Clipboard IconGet a Quote