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How Much does it Cost to Install a GFCI Outlet?

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Hiring a technician to install your GFCI outlets can cost you up to $230. The GFCI outlet itself will cost you between $15 and $25, and the rest of the fee goes to the installation labor.

Worth the Cost to Avoid the Shock

You can drastically reduce costs by installing the GFCI outlet yourself. However, electrical tasks can be a bit daunting if you’re not familiar with them. In fact, most fatal electrical accidents are from 120V shock.

Not sure you’re up to it? An expert tech can help, and you can rest assured that the installation will be safe and professional.

Installing the Outlet Yourself

With the right equipment and instructions, installing your own GFCI outlet isn’t as complicated as it may seem. The outlet piece itself is affordable and relatively easy to install, so if you take the DIY approach, you’ll save money (and gain a nifty new skill).

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