Your Electrical Home Inspection Professionals in Phoenix
Home electrical system inspections are beneficial in a number of ways. It is always good to be thoroughly aware of what your electrical system is capable of, where it could use improvements and whether it is performing without faults or potential hazards. At Phoenix Electricians Today, we’ve been performing thorough electrical system inspections for over two decades. We are truly electrical experts and know electrical systems inside and out. When we say “thorough, “we don’t mean it as a buzz word for marketing purposes either.
Our exclusive 60 point checklist is one of the most comprehensive in the industry. When you allow Phoenix Electricians Today to conduct a home electrical system inspection, you will know absolutely every possible fault, inefficiency and performance level for your entire home. That is why we are the preferred choice in Phoenix for electrical home inspections.
New Purchase Inspections
One of the most crucial times to have an electrical system inspection is before you move into a house. Electrical wiring is hidden in the walls and when it is out of sight, you may not know if there are any potential problems. By having the system of a home you are considering buying checked out, you can ensure that you aren’t about to invest in an unsafe home that is hiding an electrical nightmare. An inspection will alert you ahead of time of potential fire hazards or inefficiencies that you can demand be fixed before further consideration of purchase. This could save you a lot of money and serious inconvenience.
Home Safety Inspections
If you have never had a safety inspection of your electrical system, or it has been a long time, it may be a good idea to call Phoenix Electricians Today. As your family grows and as technology advances your energy consumption needs also change. Putting increased energy demands on your home’s electrical system could have an effect that you should be aware of. A home electrical safety inspection will not only alert you of potential fire and health hazards, but it also will show you where your home is inefficient. This will give you the opportunity to make improvements that will save you energy and money moving forward. Aside from your electrical system, a safety inspection also tests your safety equipment, such as smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. These safety features are essential to ensuring your family and property remain in good health.
Real Estate Inspections
When you are ready to put your home on the market, you want it to sell at the highest value it can. A good way to ensure that this happens is by having Phoenix Electricians Today conduct a thorough electrical system inspection to see the current condition of your home’s system. We can then make repairs and other adjustments to satisfy any requirements of your real estate agent or to affordably increase the value of the home.Home electrical system inspection is the first step toward taking control over your energy needs and efficiency. When you are ready for a home inspection, call Phoenix Electricians Today.
Our Phoenix Electrical System Inspection Specialists Provide the Following Services:
- Electrical Safety Testing
- Electrical Systems Efficiency Diagnostic
- Real Estate Inspections
- Surge Protection Inspection
- Smoke/ CO Detector Inspection
- Electrical Connector Testing
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