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Electrical Outlet Installation & Replacement in Spokane and Spokane Valley

Mainstream has been a trusted name for electrical installation services in the Spokane area since 2000. Here's what you can expect from us when you call us for repair or installation services for your home's outlets, switches, and dimmers:

Upfront pricing: you’ll never pay more than you’re quoted

Expert advice from licensed and certified technicians

We stock enough parts in our trucks to handle the majority of repairs on the spot

We offer flexible scheduling – ask about same-day service!

When Should I Replace My Home’s Electrical Outlets?

If your electrical outlets are no longer able to hold the prongs of a plug, or are providing inconsistent power, it’s time to call an electrician to come fix or replace them.

Broken outlets can cause serious shock and fire hazards, and should be inspected at the first sign of damage. Some signs to look for include:

Discolored Outlets

Signs of discoloration indicate overheating, which is a serious problem.

Sparks or Smoke

If an outlet emits sparks or smokes when an appliance is plugged into it, something is wrong. There is a good chance the outlet was exposed to water or short circuited.

Cracked Outlet Plates

When an outlet’s cover plates become cracked, its wires can become exposed, which presents a shock risk and fire hazard. When this happens, it’s best to shut off power to the outlet, or at the very least avoid using it until it can be replaced.

Check out why your neighbors trust us to get the job done right

Great seasonal service!

Great seasonal service today on our furnace and air handler/AC unit. Matt Miller did a very courteous and professional job describing all that he was doing and did and made additional recommendations on future service and care. He was very knowledgeable and had great interpersonal skills. We have used Mainstream for other projects as well and have always been satisfied with the work performed. I can say with honesty that they have not always been the cheapest, but they have always been the best. 'Good service is not cheap and cheap service is not good.' If you ever need a plumber, electrician or HVAC specialist, I highly recommend Mainstream.
Greg A.


Cody was respectful, personable, courteous, answered all our questions we had during his visit, knowledgeable. Cody helped us get in touch of the appropriate people, to finance the work that our home needs. He helped get the work scheduled so that we wont need to wait longer to get the work taken care of.
Crystal N.

Highly Recommend

The entire team was very responsive and nice. Handled scheduling quickly. Process was clearly outlined at multiple points in the job to ensure expectations were being met. Took 48 hours from time I reached out to complete issue resolution. Highly recommend
Jenn C.


Jaymin was very professional and friendly. Was knowledgeable and got right down to business. Did a great job! He deserves a KUDOS!! 👍 Daryl was also very professional and friendly. He was knowledgeable and explained the problem very clearly. He's also a good salesman! KUDOS to him, as well!! 👍
Judy W.
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Outlet, Switches, and Dimmers FAQs

GFCI is short for "Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter".

GFCI outlets are most common in rooms with plumbing, like bathroom or kitchen sinks. These outlets are designed to protect people from severe electric shocks.

Ground faults are an abnormal, unintentional electrical path that directs current into the ground. Ground faults happen when an electrical current escapes a home’s insulated wires as a result of damaged wires. A GFCI outlet detects the flow of a home’s electrical currents through the wiring and senses the presence of a ground fault. If ground faults are found, the GFCI outlet shuts off the flow of electricity to prevent a person from receiving a potentially fatal shock.