Electrical Safety Tips

  • Portable space heaters should NEVER be plugged into an extension cord or multi-tap outlet device.
  • Discoloration of a receptacle outlet can be an indication of overheating due to overloading of the circuit and/or loose connection.
  • Portable hair dryers used in a bathroom should be protected by a Ground – Fault circuit interrupter (GFCI).
  • The best material used for making a non-conductive ladder is Fiberglass.
  • A device specifically designed to open a circuit when an electric arc is detected is known as an Arc-Fault circuit interrupter.
  • It is recommended to replace batteries annually in an approved smoke alarm.
  • It is recommended to test smoke alarms monthly.
  • Courtesy by Wesley Wheeler, Safety Leader Magazine

The Ground – Fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlet above is protected. To reset the circuit, hit the red button to restore power. A GFCI outlet is required anywhere within 6 feet of a water source.

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A. Fuller Electric, Inc is working daily to provide you with all your electrical needs. We take pride in serving our customers and communities. From installing GFI receptacles, repairing your bad underground wires or installing that ceiling fan, we have you covered.

Let us help you save money by retrofitting your existing old fixtures to LED lighting – contact us to explain this savings at 281-499-5333 or contact us online. We also provide free estimates for most jobs.

We pray that you are staying healthy and positive. We will get through this together and get our everyday lives back. Thank you for your continuous business with A. Fuller Electric, Inc.! Stay well!

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A. Fuller Electric, Inc has a Bucket Truck!

Our heavy-duty Bucket Truck can perform electrical services on apartment buildings, warehouses, retail stores, restaurants, shopping centers, parking lots, sports complexes, and anywhere there may be electrical problems out of reach.

There is no extra cost for the use of our bucket truck. For any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact our office directly at 281-499-5333. We look forward to hearing from you! 

Call A. Fuller Electric, Inc. at 281-499-5333 for your FREE Quote TODAY!

We present expert electrical performance for Commercial, Residential, and Industrial. We offer FREE quotes to most jobs that qualify. 

24/7 Emergency Service. Contact A. Fuller Electric, Inc. for all your electrical needs at 281-499-5333 or via online. 

OUR RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICAL SERVICES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Underground Service Repair or Upgrades
  • Landscape or Exterior Lighting Installation
  • Ceiling Fan or Light Fixture Installation or Replacement
  • Surge Protection Installation
  • Photocell Replacement
  • GFCI Outlet or Dedicated Circuit Installation
  • Electrical Panel Replacement
  • Whole House Generator Installation
  • A/C and Heating Circuits
  • Troubleshooting Swimming Pool Electrical pumps and lighting
  • All type of Electrical Troubleshooting or Remodeling

Let us save you money!

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By saving our customers money, we can convert your existing fixtures to LED. LED lighting does not require a ballast so, it will cost you less in the long run. LED lighting produces light approximately 90% more efficiently than incandescent light bulbs. Lastly longer and uses less electricity. Let us retrofit your existing light fixtures at a low cost.

Give us a call at 281-499-5333 for your free estimate on converting your existing light fixtures to LED lighting.


Texas Electrical Contractor License: 19989

Texas Electrical Master License: 5784

2906 Fifth Street

Stafford, TX 77477

Office: 281-499-5333

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Street light out? Well, we have you covered! Besides the right equipment, A. Fuller Electric can handle all types of electrical projects you have going on. 

We maintain and install neighborhood lighting and fountains for multiple management companies; this includes ornamental street lighting, monument lighting, tree lighting, fountains, and or water features, plus much more!

We do a variation of underground service work, including trenching, excavating, and directional or pneumatic boring and duct banks.

Contact us at 281-499-5333, and a company representative will accommodate your needs. No automatic or robot calls here, just friendly spirits!

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Cut wires? Let us repair this for you!

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Hey HOA campanies! We perform monthly drive-thru inspections for neighborhoods!

Here at A. Fuller Electric, Inc., we maintain and install neighborhood lighting and fountains for multiple management companies. This includes ornamental street lighting, monument lighting, tree lighting, and or any water features, etc. 
 
Interested in monthly neighborhood drive-thru inspection? We can do it! We offer a low monthly rate! Contact us for pricing and details @ A. Fuller Drive-Thru Monthly Inspections

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Electrical Troubleshooting

Because of the safety risk involved, most electrical work is best left to the professionals. However, you may be able to diagnose electrical issues before the electrician arrives.

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When the “test” button is pressed on your GFCI receptacle, it is turned off. The “reset” button will turn it back on and restore power. Just press the “red” or just have the word “reset” button to reset the outlet and bring back power.

 

Electrical outlet doesn’t work: First, check the circuit breaker. If no breakers are tripped and the outage is confined to one outlet, the outlet may have burned out. If an outlet shows any sign of blackening around the outlet plugs, do not use it. Even if one plug is working, you should replace the entire outlet immediately to avoid the possibility of starting an electrical fire.

Electrical outlets spark: While it can be scary when you see a spark fly from an outlet, sometimes it’s normal. For example, when power is suddenly diverted to an appliance, a quick draw on the available power will occur, causing a brief spark. Once the electrons are flowing freely, a spark should have no reason to form. This is normal, and it’s comparable to static electricity.

thJ3BFOW4EIf too much heat builds up in an outlet, however, it can actually melt the insulation that surrounds the wires. As the wires become exposed, the chance for an electrical fire increases. When a connection is made, the electrons can leap to the wrong area and cause a serious spark. This is known as a short circuit and can actually cause an electrical fire.

Exposure to water can also cause an outlet to spark and short out. Installation of a special outlet known as a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) will shut down the circuit if it comes into contact with moisture. GFCI outlets are installed where water is close, such as in bathrooms, kitchens, etc. Contact A. Fuller Electric, Inc. for prices and rates to install or repair these outlet outages.