Every home is typically supplied with two different voltages. The power you can get from your outlet depends on its usage and is limited by two things: how much current the wires can transmit before overheating and how much voltage is supplied to the outlet.
Only a few electrical appliances need 220-volt circuit, like the clothes drier, the oven, the furnace, and the water heater. The rest is supplied with 120-voltage, simply for the safety reasons. The potential danger of a circuit is determined by how much voltage is present. Our electricians know the difference and will make your home the safest possible.
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