Duct Bank Project

Concrete encasing and electrical duct bank. 

What is a duct bank? Duct banks are a group of conduits designed to protect and consolidate cabling to and from buildings. In a duct bank, data and electrical cables are laid out within PVC conduits that are bundled together; concrete and metal casings protect the conduit. Duct banks are often buried, allowing contractors to consolidate the wiring for a building into centralized underground paths.

Call A. Fuller Electric for any of your duct bank services at 281-499-5333. 


Electrical work needed? Call the local electricians!

A. Fuller Electric provides professional, high-quality electrical work for the Fort Bend County and surrounding area.

We perform expert services for Commercial, Residential, and Industrial. We specialize in developments, fountains, duct banks, street and area lighting, lift stations and troubleshooting. We also provide a variety of underground work, including trenching, excavating, and directional or pneumatic boring.

A. Fuller Electric, Inc strives to provide 100% customer satisfaction – guaranteed!

Call us at 281-499-533 for your FREE electrical quote today or simply click contact me for a company representative to contact you directly.

A. Fuller Electric, Inc. 

Texas Electrical Contractor License: 19989

Texas Electrical Master License: 5784

2906 5th Streetfuller-electric

Stafford, TX 77477

Office: 281-499-5333

Fax: 281-499-6679


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Happy Memorial Day

The Land of the Free because of the Brave 

We are thankful for the men and women who have sacrificed so much for our Nation on this Memorial Day. Their dedication and courage is appreciated not just on Memorial Day but on each and every day!

A. Fuller Electric, Inc will be closed Monday, May 29th in observance of the Memorial Day and will reopen on Tuesday, the 30th.  No power or an electrical emergency, call our office at 281-499-5333 to speak with a company representative. 24/7 emergency service.  

We wish everyone a Safe and Blessed Memorial Day! 

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What is a GFCI Outlet?

thA GFCI outlet is a ground fault interrupter that can disconnect or open the power to a receptacle.

The GFCI outlet can tell the difference between the flow of the current from a hot wire that flows through a neutral. If the difference is significant, the circuit is tripped by the ground fault.

The outlets are designed to protect electrical items as well as people who handle the items.

Do not use a GFCI for a washer or a refrigerator. These appliances have motor winding that can trip the circuit. GFCI outlets are meant for bathrooms, kitchens, garages and anywhere outside that you need an electrical outlet.

GFCI outlets are to be placed by sinks, bathtubs, hot tubs, spas, Jacuzzis or water sources in homes that need an electrical outlet within six feet of the source.

There is a line side and a load side to the GFCI outlets.

This means the incoming power is the line side and the outgoing power is the load side.

If this outlet is installed incorrectly, it will not work. The GFCI outlet has a test button and a reset button. If the outlet is working correctly, you can press the test button and the outlet will be shut down until you press the reset button.

The test button should be tested monthly to insure it is working correctly.