A. Fuller Electric are Back in Business!

harvey.PNGOur Hearts and Prayers go out to all the families and friends that experienced this terrible tragedy. We are sincerely saddened for the damages that were done by #HurricaneHarvey. May God Bless You All.

#HurricaneHarvey won’t stop us, we are back in business! Streetlight poles or monument light outages give us a call at 281-499-5333 or simply click CONTACT US HERE for a company representative to contact you directly.

FREE ELECTRICAL QUOTES! Call us at 281-499-5333.

We may be able to guide you through the entire process to have your damaged underground repaired. Give us a call first before calling Centerpoint. We also may be able to save you $400.00 that Centerpoint charges you for a temporary bypass.

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A. Fuller Electric is working hard for you!

Electrical work needed?  Call 281-499-5333 to speak with a company representative or simply click contact me and we will have a company representative contact you directly. We perform expert services for Commercial, Residential and Industrial.  Specializing in developments, fountains, duct banks, street and area lighting, lift stations and troubleshooting. Also, provide a variety of underground work, including trenching, excavating and directional or pneumatic boring.

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

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

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What’s a tripped GFCI outlet?

Most GFCI protectors have a spring-loaded breaker button. When the GFCI senses a problem, the breaker button is “tripped.” The breaker button needs to be manually reset in order for the power to be re-established to the outlet. The breaker button will trip again if the electrical problem still persists. Continuously tripping breakers indicate that there is an electrical problem. Call A. Fuller Electric, Inc at 281-499-5333 the GFCI continues to indicate there is a problem.

Basic Troubleshooting  th

There is an electrical malfunction in whatever is plugged into the outlet.

Remove all electrical devices from the GFCI outlet. Reset the breaker button and, by process of elimination, plug in each electrical device until you are able to determine what is tripping the GFCI.

To be more precise, an electrician is capable of using equipment to confirm if there is a ground fault (electrical malfunction) in the electrical device. There may be a malfunction within the electrical system itself.

There quite possibly could be a problem such as a short in the wiring or a problem with the GFCI. This can be confirmed by plugging other electrical devices into the GFCI outlet to see if they trip the breaker. Call your local electrician (A. Fuller Electric, Inc) if the GFCI trips no matter what is plugged into it since this indicates there is something wrong with the electrical supply.

The GFCI is not working properly and is falsely tripping.

GFCI breakers are designed to cut the power in the blink of an eye if electrical fluctuations of as little as .005 amperes are detected. Because the GFCI is so sensitive, it is most effective when wired to protect a single location. The more outlets any one GFCI protects, the more susceptible it is to phantom tripping – shutting off power because of tiny, but normal fluctuations in current flow.

GFCI breakers can also be tripped by occurrences such as electrical storms and by moisture from rainfall. It is important that the outlets for the GFCI be kept dry and protected from the elements. Most GFCI’s rated for outdoor use come with a protective cover.

Some GFCI’s are more sensitive than others.

It may be that the GFCI is too sensitive. It is normal for continuous running motors, such as pumps, to sometimes have small electrical fluctuations. Sensitive GFCI’s may detect this and falsely trip. You may want to have the electrician try a new GFCI or a different brand of GFCI if this problem persists.

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Just say NO to Electrical Hazards

Before you turn on, make sure you say NO to the following: electrical shock

  1. Are outlets, motors or circuits overloaded?
  2. Are cords running near heat or water sources?
  3. Are cords twisted or tangled?
  4. Do I see sparks or smoke?
  5. Are my hands wet?
  6. Am I wearing any metal jewelry?

Electric Shock

People commonly experience electric shocks, from man-made objects like electrical appliances, electrical circuitry, and electrical wires. Other than the man-made objects, a natural source, such as lightning strikes.

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

http://www.afullerelectric.com

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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.

Call today for your FREE quote!

Need electrical work done for new constructions, new built, remodeling, ornamental or monument light outages? Don’t stress, call your local electricians today for your FREE quote at 281-499-5333. cropped-fuller-electric-white.jpgWe handle all types of electrical work. Duct banks, fountains, developments, electrical panel replacement, underground repairs, street lighting, lift stations plus more. We got you covered!

A privately owned company serving over 25 years. We perform expert service for Commercial, Residential and Industrial.  Call 281-499-5333 for inquiring or simply click contact me for a company representative to contact you. #afullerelectricinc #staffordelectricians #sugarlandtx #fortbendcounty #sugarlandtx

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A. Fuller Electric, Inc. 

Texas Electrical Contractor License: 19989

Texas Electrical Master License: 5784

2906 5th Street

Stafford, TX 77477

Office: 281-499-5333

Fax: 281-499-6679

http://www.afullerelectric.com

Electricians accept