If you’re thinking about selling your home and want to make sure that the transaction is completed without any hitches, WIREONE is available for a pre-sale electrical inspection. At WIREONE, we understand that any electrical problems with your home can make your residential sale grind to a halt. Because you can’t see behind your walls, it’s often difficult to determine if you have a problem.
WIREONE recommends that all residential homeowners perform an electrical safety inspection before listing their home with a realtor. A pre-sale inspection will allow you to overcome any issues that could be discovered during the pre-sale inspection.
During your pre-sale electrical inspection, our professional electrician will perform a 39-point inspection of your home and will work to uncover any problems with your home’s electrical system before they are identified by a buyer.
An electrical home inspection provides a thorough examination of your entire electrical system, ensuring all electrical wires, systems, and components (such as appliances) meet legal safety standards. The National Electrical Code (NEC) is the code that all electricians operate under when examining your home, and defines the parameters for minimum standards across the United States. During your residential safety inspection, our professional electrician will perform a 39-point inspection of your home and will work to uncover any problems with your home’s electrical system before they become serious issues. Upon completion of your electrical home inspection, WIREONE will provide a detailed, prioritized checklist including areas in need of immediate attention, recommendations for improvements, and potential upgrade possibilities.
An electrical home inspection is important for the safety of your home and everyone in it. Getting your home’s electrical system checked by a professional will offer you peace of mind by:
WIREONE’s 39-point Residential Safety Inspection, includes a thorough evaluation of the electrical system in your home, including:
Our professional electricians will make sure that your wiring system, sockets, and outlets are all in excellent condition, and we’ll check for any wear-and-tear, damage, or deterioration.
We’ll give you a thorough report of the condition of your electrical system, detailing any damage, deterioration, defects, or dangerous conditions that we find. If we find anything that is dangerous—or potentially dangerous—we’ll discuss the problems with you and suggest the best ways to move forward with repairs, with a variety of pricing options and strategies to fit every budget. We’ll make sure that your home is as safe as possible before our job is complete.
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