Is your electrical system safe?
There are more components in your electrical system than any other system in your home. There are literally thousands of parts, wires, and devices that make up your electrical system.
Have you ever thought about the wiring that runs through the walls, the attic or underneath your home? Every wire is going somewhere, to outlets, switches, light fixtures and appliances. But the question are they hooked up correctly and to code?
The best way to find out is to have an electrical inspection
Does your home or need an electrical inspection?
Whether you are buying a new home or wanting to upgrade your current electrical system, every homeowner should have an electrical inspection done on their home. Here are a few reasons why you should have an electrical inspection:
- To make sure your home is safe.
- Buying a new house or is an expensive investment.
- National and Local Code regulations change every three years.
- You insurance company is using a third party company to do the electrical inspection and you feel they are not being honest.
Buying a new home? Then read this!
If you want to purchase a new home or building then you will want to know that it is going to be safe for you and your family.
Even if your future home is a couple years old, there is a possibility that work was done on it and it was never inspected. There is also the possibility that code violations were missed at the very beginning by the licensed electrical inspector.
Regardless, all issues can be fixed but do you want to be the person that has to pay for them? The seller does not have to provide you with an inspection.
In most cases having an electrical inspection can help save you thousands of dollars. On a daily basis, we find houses that have unsafe wiring, stolen electrical wiring, etc.
So you go in with a fixed budget to purchase your home, just to find out that you have to add an additional $20,000 or more for electrical repairs.
Before you get a mortgage, hire In Charge Electric to give you a complete electrical home inspection. Once we are done with the inspection, we will give you a copy. By having this powerful inspection report, can you can use it to negotiate a lower price for that house.
Most banking and credit institutions require that you have your future home or building inspected before you purchase it. Remember, always get a home and electrical inspection done first.
Have peace of mind, and be able to sleep at night.
If you have any questions or concerns about your electrical system or if the breakers trip or lights flicker and dim, then give the licensed electricians at In Charge Electric a call today at (352) 350-7878 or or please request service from our contact page.
We can fix it today!
One great benefit of using In Charge Electric is that our electricians can fix most electrical code violations the same day giving you immediate security and protection. Get the peace of mind that comes from knowing your home is safe.