Residential Electrical Safety Inspection
Comprehensive Electrical Safety Check-Ups
Preventive measures are necessary to help curb the occurrence of electrical emergencies. There are many benefits to having annual, whole house electrical safety inspections. S&B Electric offers scheduled and routine safety inspections by one of our trusted and trained S&B Electric technicians.
Most all homeowners will experience an electrical issue at some point. Be prepared and catch it before it even becomes a problem. For example, our S&B Technicians will diagnose fire hazards and check every aspect of your electrical system, including your smoke detectors. With a quality electrical safety inspection, you will know that your electrical system is backed up with the best protection and that all of your circuits and receptacles are safe and ready to use.
S&B Electric’s comprehensive electrical services are designed to keep you safe and comfortable. If you’re looking to protect the integrity of your home’s electrical system and take preventative measures to avoid emergencies and fire hazards, then a safety inspection by S&B is your strongest solution.
The S&B Electrical Safety Inspection Checklist:
- Lights, Switches, Outlets
- Electrocution Hazards
- Fire Hazards
- Arc Faults
- Ground Faults
- Surge Protection
- Smoke Detector testing
- Carbon Monoxide Detector Testing
- Electrical Panel Exam
- Appliance Cords and Outlets
- Proper Bulb Wattage
- Indoor and Outdoor Lighting
- Full Electrical System Inspection
- Thorough, detailed report of electrical system
No homeowner wants to be caught off guard by an electrical emergency. Daily life is hard and complicated enough. Prevention is the key to saving money and staying safe. Nearly all potential electrical hazards can be prevented with a thorough whole house electrical safety inspection.
When to Schedule an Electrical Safety Inspection
Ensure that every component of your electrical system, including wiring and appliances, meets legal safety standards for residential properties. It is most important to have an inspection when:
- buying a home
- the home is several decades old
- installing a new system or appliance
- tearing down walls or moving outlets for renovations
Besides identifying and fixing fire hazards, we will also help you save money and energy, effectively earning you back the money you would spend on the inspection. We can also ensure that your home meets electrical code requirements and insurance risk assessment inspections.
If you suspect your house is not up to code, you have an electrical problem, or just want to test your electrical safety devices, make S&B Electric your first call! We will arrive on time, provide upfront pricing that doesn’t change, and will always clean up after ourselves. At S&B, we are always Striving to Be the Best.