Do You Need a 220-Volt Power Supply?

Most homeowners do—if they don’t already have one. Many appliances, notably dryers, require 220 volts (220V) and most houses today are built with an area where it is supplied. However, it is when homes are remodeled, repaired or have other major work done on them that additional 220V resources may be needed, or need to be moved from one area of a house to another.

This is one department where you should strongly restrain any “do-it-yourself” impulse that regularly afflicts you; you need the help of a professional and knowledgeable electrician to install, relocate or do other 220V work. That’s because 220V is more dangerous—simply because it is more powerful—than other levels of electric power supply; any mistakes or mishaps can cause serious injury and major damage to the premises. So don’t tamper with 220V; always contact a professional, licensed and insured electrician to have this type of work performed around your home.

Albuquerque Plumbing Heating & Cooling includes a dedicated team of professionals who will ensure that your 220V electrical work is done properly, safely and in the shortest possible time. The company’s residential electrical services include everything from repair to installation and inspection; no project is too big or too small. Contact Albuquerque Plumbing Heating & Cooling today to learn more about outstanding residential electrical services.

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