Are you planning on selling your house, or perhaps you’re moving into a new home? Don’t sweat the inspection and wonder if your electrical work is up to code. Have it inspected by a professional to ensure it’s safe. Call Mr. Air AC & Electrical for code compliance repairs in Pompano Beach, FL. We offer same-day appointments and straightforward pricing.
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What Is the National Electric Code?
To keep your house and family safe, your electrical system needs to meet the National Electric Code standards. This is meant to protect your household, building tenants, and occupants from electrical accidents that could be caused by poor electrical installations and deteriorating electrical equipment. It’s important to hire a company - like Mr. Air AC & Electrical - that adheres to the NEC and ensures all work is completed accurately, safely, and is up-to-code.
Common Code Compliance Issues on Home Inspection Reports
A home inspection can reveal many issues with your electrical system, some of which will need to be repaired to ensure the house is safe to live in. Some of the most common electrical issues listed on home inspection reports include:
- Double-tapped circuit breakers
- GFCI protection
- Electrical panel repairs
- Smoke alarms
- Ungrounded outlets
- Junction box covers
- Extension cord wiring
- Illegal closet lighting
When an inspection reveals issues with your electrical system, call Mr. Air AC & Electrical for code compliance repairs in Pompano Beach.
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What To Expect During Electrical Inspections
When our technicians inspect your electrical system for code compliance violations, you can expect them to perform many tasks, including:
- Check your electrical system for flaws.
- Determine if any repairs are needed and recommend possible solutions.
- Perform an assessment of new homes and properties and ensure their electrical systems are installed correctly.
- Perform code updates on older homes and buildings. This can ensure the current occupants’ safety.
- Do a safety check of any electrical work that was previously performed to protect your family from injury and liability.