Electrical Safety Inspections

  • _DSC8901Keep your home or business safe
  • Reduce the risk of fire
  • Reduce the risk of electrocution
  • Reduce financial risk
  • Fully Licensed, insured and bonded
  • Electrical code compliant service
  • We provide professional guidance

It’s normal for electrical systems to degrade overtime. Modern electrical system standards frequently encounter changes. The only way to know if your home or business is still secure is to have an electrical safety inspection. Here are some of the potential risks you face if you’re electrical system isn’t secure.

Catastrophic Risk

One of the most common situations in an electrical system that is damaged or out of date is electrocution. You face serious bodily harm when handling electronics or power sources if your electrical system is damaged. The other main danger is that of a fire. Fires can occur if an electrical circuit overheats near a flammable substance. It’s best to ensure that this doesn’t occur with frequent electrical system inspections.

Electric system failure is a serious risk for commercial businesses as well as homeowners. If a business has an employee that is harmed by an electric shock, they could be responsible for their medical bills or even be sued for endangering employees. Additionally, if a fire occurs from an electrical fault, their workplace could sustain major damage, which may cause significant financial damage.

Signs that Damage has Occurred

If you’re worried about the above risks, here are some of the signs that you should look out for:

  • Electrical Buzzing Noise – An electrical buzzing sound is frequently the sign of wiring and circuits being old and outdated.
  • Smell of Burning with No Obvious Cause – If you smell burning rubber or other burning smells with no clear source, it could be the rubber melting off your electrical system’s wiring. If it is, you’re facing a major risk of fire.
  • Flickering Lights or Frequent Power Outage – This is another sign that the electrical system is outdated or damaged. Electrocution or fires can easily occur.

Unmistakable Benefits

When you compare the cost of electric safety inspections to the potential cost of electrocution or fire damage, it’s easy to see the benefit in having the inspection. If you feel that your electrical system needs an inspection be sure to contact your local  Electrical Pros electrician. Our electricians can help keep your home or business safe from disaster.