Electrical Safety and Inspections

Home Electrical Safety

Electrical safety in your home should be taken very seriously.

Older homes in particular can be dangerous because electrical systems that were installed before the 1980's were not meant to hold the amount of electricity that today's appliances require.

Faulty wiring, negligence and foreign metal objects are all household hazards that can cause fire, electrocution and damage to expensive appliances.

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Home Electrical Inspections

Home Electrical Safety Residential Electrical Inspections
Get an inspection before doing any new work on your property.

Ensure that your house is properly inspected before beginning any electrical work such as: installing switches, lighting fixtures, ceiling fans, water heaters, pumps, air conditioners and performing panel upgrades.

An electrical inspection help you understand the condition of your home's electrical system.

While some electrical repairs, maintenance and upgrades don't always need to be done right away, others need immediate care.

Don't make assumptions or put off getting work done!

It is better to have a certified electrician inspect your home if you're not sure. They can inform you of electrical hazards in your home so that you can make an educated decision.

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How You Can Keep Your Home Safe


Inspect electrical outlets and appliance wires in your home for damage. Contact an electrician as soon as you see any damage or potential hazards.


Protect your home against fire and/or shock by installing surge protection.


Have your Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detectors installed, routinely tested and replaced by a professional.


Child-proofing and pet-proofing your home keeps foreign objects like keys, fingers and other objects out of the electrical outlets of your home.

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