Residential Electrical Inspection Checklist
A proper electrical inspection follows a procedure stipulated in the National Electrical Code (NEC).
During the inspection, Scottsdale Desert Inspection check the safety of electrical devices on your property by following a checklist. This includes:
Circuits: do you have the correct number of circuits to serve the demand of the property—this is especially important if you have added to its existing foundation.
Wires: wires may be old, damaged, or installed incorrectly, which can create a dangerous situation.
Outlets: outlets with poor connections may overheat during a circuit overload.
Service Panels: Old or faulty breakers may cause appliances to stop working, lights to flicker, or the service panel to blow.
Electric Meter: Meters can begin to wear and tear over the years, it is important to ensure they’re functioning properly and they don’t show signs of rust or water damage compromising its quality.
Included in the inspection, is a detailed report of your property's electrical safety.
NOTE: If an electrical feature fails an inspection; it does not meet the minimum safety standards established by the NEC.