Electrical Inspection Services

Emergency Call - 24/7

Electrical Inspection

Many homeowners or business owners ignore the precautionary measures that have been detailed in different governmental policies, for different electrical installations. There will be times when you will be boggled as to why the inspector has failed your electrical inspection. There are many reasons for a failed inspection, which are very common and generally ignored by the home owners or business owners.

To understand the various electrical loopholes that are left by contractors, it is extremely important and necessary to learn about electrical inspection in general. If you’re interested read below. If you simply need to get an inspection booked in. Call us now on the number below.

What is an Electrical Inspection?

Your electricity runs behind the scenes to allow a great variety of modern creature comforts. However, according to research, electrical problems are the largest cause of property damage in most structure fires across the US. In addition, small appliances plugged into outlets with inadequate or improper wiring are identified as the leading cause of accidental electrocutions. Worry no more because at Two Brothers Electrical, you can trust us for the following inspections.

Residential Electrical Inspections

The importance of a residential electrical inspection cannot be overstated.

A home’s wiring may not seem like it would require an in-depth review, but there are many hazards and potential issues that could easily go unnoticed without the proper inspections from professionals who know what they’re doing. 

An electrical inspection is a great way to make sure your house’s wiring and other appliances are in good working order. Did you know that over 60% of residential fires start from an appliance failure? The last thing you want is for your family member or pet to get shocked by something as simple as exposed wires.

A residential electrical inspection is not only suited for being in line with codes. It’s also a good idea every 5 or so years to make sure your home is in working order. And it’s also something that can be shown if you’re selling your property so the new owner knows about any issues or that there are no issues.

 

Commercial Electrical Inspection

The commercial electrical inspection is a must for any business dealing with code compliance, and it provides peace-of-mind when you’re managing the day to day operations knowing that everything is in order. And if it’s not, you will have a list of items that can be fixed instead of turning a blind eye. From office buildings or even stores with high volume lights that could potentially cause fires. This service will help save time from having an expert come out to do spot inspections.

Industrial Electrical Inspections

It is important to have the right type of electrical inspections for industrial sites. Having a comprehensive plan can help you avoid costly mistakes and protect your company from potential hazards. Which could lead to accidents with injury or death involved if they weren’t foreseen beforehand. Industrial sites are often working with large and dangerous equipment that could easily harm someone. An industrial workplace is often not a place where you would want to take risks.

Home Renovation Electrical Inspections

Have you been thinking about renovating your home? Perhaps you’re already in the process of renovating it? You need to be aware of the different safety hazards that can occur when working with electricity. Make sure to contact us and we’ll send our skilled and qualified electricians to help you identify any issues that need to be addressed.

Roughing Electrical Inspections

A rough-in inspection takes place when all branch circuit wiring and outlet boxes are installed, before the wiring is hidden by insulation, vapor barrier, drywall, etc. As a minimum, our rough-in inspection will confirm that:

  • All cables are installed, strapped, and supported as required;
  • All required outlet boxes are installed and securely fastened;
  • All cables have their outer jacket removed and are terminated in outlet boxes where an outlet box is required;
  • All bonding connections are completed at all outlet boxes, including providing a bonding conductor for the final connection were required to a wiring device, luminaire, or equipment;
  • Any joints or splices in the wiring at outlet boxes are completed;
  • Protection plates against nails/screws are installed where required;
  • No wiring is concealed by insulation or floor, wall, and ceiling materials until authorized by an inspector.

Open Wall Electrical Inspections (Residential, Commercial and Industrial)

Open Wall Electrical Inspections will provide you the confidence in knowing that your home or business is safe from potential electrical hazards. We offer a wide range of services, including residential inspections for safety concerns with new construction projects and old homes alike; commercial building surveys to ensure compliance with local regulations on wiring practices within office spaces as well as Industrial facilities such as factories where workers may be at risk due an accident waiting to happen.

File Electrical Inspections (Residential, Industrial and Commercial)

Do you need to file an electrical inspection for your home, business or industrial site? If so, then we can help. We offer inspections that will meet all of the requirements and guidelines set forth by the National Electrical Code (NEC) as well as other necessary organizations.

Certificate of Occupancy (CO) Electrical Inspection

A CO (certificate of occupancy) is an important document for any building. This certificate verifies that the building was inspected and meets code before it can be occupied, which could save you from costly citations or lawsuits if there are issues with your property’s health-and safety measures in later stages.

Inspections for Local Municipalities, Police and Fire Departments

Inspections for local governments can be very important. These inspections ensure that all the appropriate measures are in place to protect people within the jurisdiction from fires or other disasters such as power outages among others. Our experts have years of experience conducting these types of inspections of different government entities including municipalities, police and fire departments. We can inspect noT only homes and businesses but government buildings.

What are the Benefits of an Electrical Inspection?

An electrical home inspection is important for the safety of your home and everyone in it. Getting your home’s electrical system checked by a professional will offer you peace of mind by:

  • Ensuring the safe operation of electrical components in your property.
  • Identifying common electrical mistakes made by contractors and previous DIY homeowners or business owners.
  • Recognizing outdated wiring such as aluminum or knob-and-tube.
  • Identifying electrical wiring and components that may have degraded over time.
  • Spotting oversized fuses or breakers that could lead to a fire.
  • Allowing for the correction of fire and safety hazards.
  • Helping you save energy and reduce costs.
  • Meeting insurance risk assessment inspections requirements.
  • Letting you know the electrical in a new property is safe before you purchase it.

Why Two Brothers Electrical?

Ideally, your electrical system is something that you don’t have to think about too much. You have power where and when you need it and your bill doesn’t spike up unexpectedly, it’s all good.

Unfortunately, things only work this smoothly if the system is well maintained and if problems are investigated and fixed promptly. Like almost any other problem, electrical issues do not get better with time.

With Two Brothers Electrical’s skilled and trusted electricians, this can be solved in no time. We have been in the industry for over 20 years and we’ve helped thousands of our clients get their electrical systems inspected. For code inspections and at times they preemptively wanted an inspection to avoid issues. With our help, we will get your inspection done, from filing to an actual inspection, we’ve got you covered.
Call today for a quote.

Call Now ButtonClick to Call