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A residential electrical inspection is an important safety measure that every home should undergo. By inspecting the home’s electrical system, our qualified electricians can identify and correct any potential hazards before they cause an accident.
Electricians use the NEC (National Electric Code) to ensure home electrical systems are safe. The NEC is a set of guidelines that establishes minimum safety standards for home electrical fixtures, systems, and devices. Home electrical inspections are an important safety measure, and it's critical to make sure your home's electrical system meets the NEC's safety standards.
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Rough-In Electrical Inspection - A rough-in electrical inspection is an inspection that typically happens during the wiring and installation process. An inspector will check to make sure that wires are intact, and that all fire hazards around conduits and electrical panels are eliminated. By ensuring that all safety hazards are eliminated, a rough-in electrical inspection can help prevent fires and other accidents.
Service Inspection - There is another type of inspection, called a service inspection. This happens when a professional looks at the electrical service panel to make sure it has been installed correctly and is grounded properly. If it's not, you might be in danger of getting an electric shock.
Final Inspection - A final inspection is an important part of the home electrical inspection process. This inspection occurs after the home’s electrical system has been installed, and it is used to test the system’s safety and effectiveness. An inspector will run a number of trials to the electrical system to ensure it is safe and functioning properly. By conducting a final inspection, an electrician can ensure that the home’s electrical system is fully functional and safe.
Home Electrical Inspection Checklist
There are a number of items that should be included on a home electrical inspection checklist. By making sure that your home has been inspected by a qualified electrician, you can rest assured that your family is safe from potential electrical hazards.
Some of the most important items that should be included on a home electrical inspection checklist include:
- Electrical outlets and switches
- Box heights
- Cables and wiring
- Cable anchoring
- Wiring and junction boxes
- GFCIs (ground fault circuit interrupters)
- Smoke detectors
- Carbon monoxide detectors
- Surge protectors