Residential Electrical Inspections
An electrical inspection maybe required on your home's electrical system. Your insurance company might request an electrical inspection when it is time to renew your insurance, or it might be required when purchasing a new home. Our electricians will provide you with a complete electrical inspection of your home.
We are pleased to offer two types of Electrical Inspections:
12 Point Electrical Safety Inspection
Our 12-point electrical inspection includes:
- Your Main Service
- Main Panel inspection and thermal scan
- Voltage Test
- Thermal Test
- Circuit Breakers/Fuse Ratings
- Grounding System
- Surge Protection
- GFCI/AFCI Protection
- Dedicated Circuits
- Smoke & Carbon Monoxide detectors assessment
- Receptacles & GFCI Devices
You can expect this service to take one to two hours and our electricians will explain their findings and leave you with a report for your records.
Comprehensive Electrical Inspection with a Full Picture Report
If you have concerns about the electrical safety of your home we are pleased to offer a more comprehensive electrical inspection that includes a full picture report. Our electricians will inspect and test your home’s wiring from top to bottom, they will make notes and capture digital photos of any defects. They will make a follow up appointment and provide you with a full photo report, that explains any ESA Code defects or safety concerns that they find.
Your home’s wiring must be done according to the Electrical Safety Code. This is a clear set of rules on how electrical work must be performed in Ontario. This code ensures that your home’s wiring is safe to use and is not at risk for electrical fire. The older your home, the higher the probability that wiring has been added after it was originally built. Many times, these wiring additions have not been done safely or professionally.
Whether you are new to your home, or have lived there for years, a full electrical inspection will give you a clear report of the overall health of your electrical system.