Electrical Inspections for a New Home Purchase

Purchasing a New Home and the Inspector Indicated Their Might Be Issues with the Electrical?

A pre-purchase home inspection can be of great benefit to prospective buyers. Sometimes the inspections raise questions about the electrical system. Here are some of the most common issues found.

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Common Home Inspection Issues Related to Electrical

  • Aluminum wiring
  • FPE Panels
  • No ARC fault protection
  • No GFCI protection
  • Broken covers
  • Open splices in attic or under home
  • Mislabeled or oversized wiring and breakers

If a home inspector thinks that there is a possible electrical issue then it is in your best interest to have a licensed electrician inspect the wiring system. Our residential electrical inspections ensure that your prospective new home is in compliance with all current electrical codes and is operating in a top notch & SAFE condition.

Here are a Few of the Things our Electrician will be Checking for:

  • Performing pre-inspection maintenance
  • GFCI protection where required
  • AFCI protection where required
  • All “hot” wires are labeled “hot”
  • Damaged wires
  • Damaged breakers
  • Damaged connectors and fittings
  • Proper wire sizing to breaker size
  • Broken or loose switches and receptacles
  • Bad wiring and pinched wiring in attic
  • Proper voltage and amperage readings
  • Proper grounding system
  • General overall age and condition assessment
Call today 281-337-5060 and put your mind at ease. A pre-purchase home electrical inspection can answer all your questions.