Shock guard protection also known as Ground fault circuit interpreter or a GFCI receptacle are designed to prevent electrocution. It is a device that shuts off an electric power circuit when it detects that current is flowing along an unintended path (such as through water or a person).
GFCI devices are like brakes on a car that over time can wear out and lose its safety feature. Signs of this happening are the GFCI will trip for no apparent reason or even worse, work and not have a shut off feature. This can leave homeowners vulnerable to electrocution.
Our GFCI devices solve this dangerous issue. We install a self-testing GFCI’s that test themselves every 15 seconds. If the GFCI detects that it is no longer working properly it will stop working and give off an audible signal alerting you.