I think it a great idea if we all put together a list of common comments that we can auto add to our reports. Some software out there have limited comments and it is sometimes a pain in the %&&.
So here goes my first contribution. Feel free to cut and paste if you like. And add some of your own.
A GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) outlet is a device that adds a greater level of safety by reducing the risk of electric shock. Most building codes now require that a GFCI outlet be used in wet locations such as bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms,basements and outdoors.A GFCI outlet monitors for a current imbalance between the hot and neutral wires and breaks the circuit if that condition occurs. A circuit breaker usually will trip if you receive a shock, but it may not act fast enough to protect you from harm. A GFCI outlet is more sensitive and acts faster than a circuit breaker or fuse and is thus an important safety feature. (A licensed electrician should install)
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Belle Harbor, New York