Oct 09 , 2019

Guide to Replacing an Outdoor GFCI Outlet

Two cords plugged into a shabby exterior outlet | Construction Pro Tip
Construction Pro Tips

Here’s the problem:

This receptacle outlet is not flush with the building finish surface; it is not GFCI-protected, and there is no weather-proof cover. On the pages below, we’ll show you an inexpensive fix that can be completed in minutes.  Always turn off the power to the outlet before starting any repairs!

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