Benefits of Electrical Safety Inspections in New Jersey
While your electrical system allows you to enjoy today’s modern comforts, it can also put you at risk. In fact, faulty wiring and other electrical issues are some of the most common causes of house fires. However, this can easily be prevented with a comprehensive electrical safety inspection. Our team of licensed electricians offer reliable electrical inspections for homes in New Jersey and New York. We offer homeowners a thorough inspection of their electrical systems to identify any problem areas early and help prevent any devastating consequences down the line.
With over 24 years of experience doing electrical work, our team has developed a keen eye to spot any incorrect or poor electrical jobs. We are also knowledgeable and updated with the state’s building codes to ensure your electrical wires, systems, and components meet legal safety standards. Based out of East Brunswick, we serve all of New Jersey.
Our electrical inspection includes:
- Making sure the electrical components in your home are operating safely
- Identifying electrical mistakes done by previous homeowners or past contractors
- Identifying outdated wiring including aluminum and knob and tube
- Recognizing incorrectly sized fuses or breakers
- Helping you save energy and reduce costs
What You Can Expect From Our Electrical Inspections
If you are purchasing a home, building a new addition, or adding a major appliance, it is highly recommended that you have your electrical system inspected. Families living in older homes or homes that are no less than 40 years old should also check if their electrical system can still meet the demands of their modern appliances.
Our staff provides a thorough examination of your electrical system to ensure it’s safe. Our electrical contractors offer innovative electrical inspections in areas such as Newark, Paterson, Woodbridge, Trenton, Jersey City, and Lakewood. We are here to ensure that your electrical wiring and other components are all up to date and up to code. This is done to prevent your electrical system from working harder than it should, avoiding fires, explosions, and electrocution.
If you need assistance with a malfunctioning electrical system, give our team a call by phone at (732) 638-4317 to receive support.