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National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), states that electrical issues are the leading cause of home fires. With most of your wiring hidden behind walls, in attics and crawlspaces, it near impossible for most homeowners to know what the condition their electrical systems. The US Consumer Product Safty Commission states that small appliance plugged into improper home wiring is the leading cause of accidental electrocutions. Having an electrical safety inspection performed by Aspire’s electrical professions can help identify potential risk issues. Click here to meet our Master Electrician, Lee Burch. https://aspireheatingcooling.com/electrical/
What is an electrical home inspection?
A Licensed Aspire electrical inspector will provide a detailed inspection of your electrical inspection to provide you with a report on the wires, systems, and breaker/fuse panel(s) are up to the (NEC) The National Electrical Code. Our electrical inspectors will provide you with a list of recommended repairs in the importance of priority.
The Electrical Safety Foundation recommends electrical home inspections:
- When purchasing a home.
- When a home is 40 years or older.
- When adding an appliance.
- When a home has had a major renovation.
Hiring Aspire Electrical for a home inspection can provide peace of mind by:
- Inspection of electrical components to ensure safe operation.
- Inspection of common electrical mistakes made by contractors and previous DIY homeowners.
- Reporting outdated wirings such as aluminum or knob and tube.
- Finding electrical wiring and components that may have degraded.
- Identifying oversized fuses or breakers that could lead to a fire.
- Informing of any fire and safety hazards.
- Let Aspire’s Electrical professionals check that new home before you decide to make a purchase.
An electrical home inspection from Aspire Electrical covers:
- Verification of proper light bulb wattage.
- Switch and wall outlet operation and condition.
- Shock or electrocution hazards.
- Verification arc fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs) are operating properly.
- A check of all safety and security lighting.