Whole Home Electrical Safety Inspection


When Do You Need an Electrical Safety Inspection?
There are specific times when homeowners should schedule an electrical home safety inspection. It is recommended that homeowners have an electrical inspection completed at these times:

  • When purchasing a home
  • When a home is 40 years or older
  • When adding an appliance
  • When a home has had a renovation

Your inspection includes the following:

  • Switch and wall outlet operation and condition
  • Shock or electrocution hazards
  • Verification that arc fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs) and ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) are operating properly
  • Confirmation of grounding systems
  • Validation of appropriate surge protection
  • Testing of smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors
  • Inspection of the electrical panel for appropriate labels, amps, and operation
  • An examination of exterior electrical systems
  • A detailed, prioritized report on all areas of attention concerning the electrical system of your home

Benefits of a Completed Electrical Safety Inspection

An electrical home inspection is important for the safety of your home and everyone inside. Getting your home’s electrical system checked by our licensed master electrician will offer you peace of mind by:

  • Ensuring the safe operation of electrical components in your home
  • Identifying common electrical mistakes made by previous contractors and DIY homeowners
  • Recognizing outdated wiring (aluminum, knob-and-tube, etc.)
  • Identifying electrical wiring and components that may have degraded over time
  • Spotting oversized fuses or breakers that could lead to fire
  • Allowing for the correction of fire and safety hazards
  • Helping you save energy and reduce costs
  • Meeting insurance risk assessment inspections requirements

Home Surge Protection Device Installation


What is a surge protective device?

Often people think of power strips when they hear the words “surge protection”. Power strips are commonly used as an extension of outlets to provide the user with additional means to plug in many electrical components. Many power strips offer no surge suppression at all. Others offer only low-level surge suppression, leaving them subject to surge damage.

Home Surge Protection Device Installation includes the following:

  • Supply and installation of Home Surge Protection Device by licensed Master Electrician into existing electrical panel

Benefits to Home Surge Protection Device Installation

  • Everything electrical is protected
  • reduces higher-level surges that might otherwise overwhelm power strips and cause damage to connected household equipment
  • provide surge suppression for important items that are not compatible with power strips, such as a home’s HVAC, washer/dryer, refrigerator, stove, oven, and lighting

Other electrical services available upon request. Price will vary based upon service provided.

*GST not included in pricing above



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