No matter how much we ignore it or try to wish it away, the electrical systems inside our homes get old, weathered and slowly deteriorate. Even those things we call permanent fixtures aren’t immune to the ravages of time and should be checked periodically to ensure they are safe and not wasting electricity.
Here at Titan Electrical, we feel that customer safety is one of the most important elements when it comes to dealing with and making use of electricity. This is why we offer a free basic home safety inspection as part of every service call. Yes, for free.
What is a Basic Home Safety Inspection?
So, what goes into a basic home safety inspection? We check several things to help with not just the safety of your home but also checking for any wasteful usage of power. Our electricians check to ensure that your security and safety lighting is working correctly, that all switches and outlets are working properly and that they are in good condition. We check for potential shock and electrocution hazards and ensure that your surge protection is in good working order and appropriate for the devices and appliances in your home.
We also check smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors, the grounding systems of your home, and that your DB board is appropriately labelled and using the correct amps for your device load.
We also check that light bulbs are the correct wattage and that any outdoor electrical systems are safe to use and protected from the elements.
Once we have checked everything, we provide you with a detailed report of your home’s electrical system, with any areas of concern listed for you in order of priority.
In this way, we hope to keep your home safe from outdated or degraded wiring, identify any fire or safety hazards and find any potential errors in your wiring. Give yourself and your family the peace of mind that all electrical systems are in good working order and safe to use.
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Want to ensure you home is as safe as possible?
Print out this checklist for general safety and check your home.