Cities have adopted the 2014 National Electric Code. That includes Little Rock, North Little Rock, Sherwood, Jacksonville, Cabot, Benton, Bryant, Conway, etc. Contrary to what’s been said by some legislators at the state level, cities are beginning to enforce it in its entirety. What it means is more safety for you which translated to a higher cost in installing certain things. The biggest change for homeowners is that all outlets, either new ones added or old ones changed out, are now required to be protected by an arc fault. You can find out more information on those here. That includes ALL areas of your home except the bathrooms. There are other areas in which we have to install GFCI outlets as well. Again, this all about safety for you and your family. Check out our website for more information.