Home Safety Electrical Inspections
Your home works perfectly. The electrical sockets are all functional, and there isn’t a single burnt-out lightbulb in the whole house. So what’s the use of getting an electrical inspection on your home?
An electrical inspection is all about finding the hidden faults and taking care of problems before they become major expenses or even worse; fire hazards. An electrical inspection will ensure your home or business’s wiring and other electrical components are in good working order and do not pose a hazard to yourself or your family.
Without a permit, there will be no record of the electrical work or a Certificate of Inspection, which is an important document for insurance and resale.
Hiring an experienced licensed electrician enables you to get:
- A thorough understanding of the status of your home.
- An estimate on potential repairs.
- An insight of how you can save on electricity.
- A seal of approval from the Electrical Safety Authority.
A Home Electrical Inspection may be required:
- Before commiting to buying a home.
- If your home is old or you have any concerns.
- Before insuring your home or renewing your insurance.
- After a major storm.
- Knob Tube Wiring.
- 60-amp electrical service.
- Aluminum Wiring.
- Safety for peace of mind
- Full Replacement value of electronics through insurance
- Increased value to your home if selling
- Risk Management (costs hazards) if you are planning on buying a home