Professional Electrical Inspection Services
Your system is working invisibly to provide you with all of our modern comforts. Although… reports from the NFPA show that electrical system issues are the main cause of home structure fires and major property loss in the United States. The Consumer Product Safety Commission has also shown that smaller household appliances connected to bad wiring setups are the primary cause of individuals being accidentally electrocuted. All of these major safety risks are preventable and can be fixed through a trusted home electrical inspection.
What Is an Electrical Home Inspection Process?
Our residential electrical inspection service entails a complete evaluation of your property’s system, verifying that the components, devices, and wiring are up to federal and local safety regulations. NEC is the standard for any electrician that evaluates your property, and it sets the rules on minimum standards throughout the country. Once your home electrical system has been fully inspected, we will give you a complete checklist. It will outline the aspects that require immediate fixes, improvement recommendations, and opportunities to upgrade.
Who is an Electrical Inspector?
A qualified electrical inspector has a formal authorization from the local and federal government and the responsibility to check all electrical connections to verify they meet the regulations and local requirements of your residence.
When Do You Need an Electrical Safety Inspection?
Quite often homeowners are guilty of ignoring prevention methods that are outlined in various regulations for different types of electrical installations. There may be scenarios where you are left confused as to how the official inspector failed your electrical inspection. There are quite a few different ways you can fail it that homeowners ignore or simply aren’t aware of. To gain a better understanding of these “loopholes” abused by contractors, you must read up on electrical inspections.
There’s a few specific moments when it is crucial for a homeowner to request an electrical safety home inspection. The ESF, or Electrical Safety Foundation, suggests that property owners schedule it at the following points:
- Major renovations completed
- Purchasing/Owning a home 40+ years old
- Any purchase of a home
- When installing a new major appliance