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Faulty wiring can be a serious danger to your family-not to mention a hassle to deal with. By getting a home electrical inspection, you'll rest easy knowing that your home, whether it's old or new, has an electrical system that's safe and up to code. Our electricians will thoroughly inspect all wiring and outlets, so your system will be prepared to handle whatever you need it to.
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Contact us online or call us at 770.594.9969 to schedule an appointment. We'll call you to confirm your time and send you a confirmation email with a picture of your electrician, so you know who's coming to your home.
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Your electrician will follow an electrical inspection checklist, depending on the type of inspection you requested.
Then, you'll get a report including a summary of the inspection and list of repairs needed (if any).
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If you weren't 100% satisfied with our service, we want to know about it. Let us know what we could have done better in our follow-up survey. We'll make it right.
New Home Inspection
Buying a new house? During a new home electrical inspection, we'll perform a thorough inspection of the home's electrical wiring, plus make sure the home's electrical panel is correctly installed and grounded.
No Power Inspection
Many cities require an electrical inspection for homes that have been without power for 6 months or more. During our most in-depth electrical inspection, we'll check every circuit breaker to make sure your entire electrical system is functioning properly.
To Get An Electrical Inspection
- Flickering/Dimming lights. Flickering can be normal in certain bulb types or when a large electrical appliance (like an AC or heat pump) turns on. But frequent dimming or flickering of lights can indicate a serious electrical problem like corroding wires, a faulty electrical panel or a loose circuit connection.
- Hot switches or outlets. Heat should never radiate from a switch or outlet. This could mean the outlet/switch is getting overloaded or has a loose connection that's making wires touch. We recommend you turn off the switch or unplug everything from the outlet and call a professional electrician.
- Frequently tripped circuit breakers. Circuit breakers are designed to protect your electrical system from being overloaded. If you notice a circuit breaker tripping when you use a certain outlet, the circuit is getting overloaded.
- Buzzing/Humming noises. Electrical circuits shouldn't make noise. A buzzing or humming noise usually indicates a faulty appliance or wire connection.
- Sparking. Electrical sparks of any kind aren't normal. If you see sparks coming from an appliance, outlet or your main electrical panel, call a professional right away.
- Water damage. Wiring that has been submerged or in contact with water will almost definitely need to be replaced. If your home has suffered any kind of flooding or water damage (from a storm, pipe leak, etc.), don't use electricity until you get an electrical inspection.
In addition to the signs above, we also recommend getting a home electrical inspection when:
- Buying a new home
- Installing a new appliance
- Doing a major renovation
- Your power has been off for 6+ months
- Your home is 30+ years old
Of Annual Electrical Inspections
Like air conditioner tune-ups help prevent untimely and expensive AC repairs, annual electrical safety inspections usually catch minor electrical system issues before they turn into surprise repairs.
Plus, electrical inspections keep your system up to code and help prevent:
- Sparks that cause house fires
- Shocks and other injuries to family members
- Damage to appliances and other electric equipment