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expert electricians offer a free Home Electrical Safety Inspection when we come to your home to complete a job. This includes a thorough check of your switchboard, wiring, smoke detectors, lighting, power outlets and more.


electricians will leave you with lasting peace of mind knowing that your home is safe. After the inspection, we’ll provide you with a written report that includes any recommendations we have to keep you and your family safe.



Did you know that you could have hundreds or even thousands of feet of electrical wire in a 2,000 square foot house? This means that there are many areas where potential defects could occur.  The Electrical Safety Foundation recommends that you hire a licensed residential electrician for your home electrical safety inspection. There are certain times when an inspection should be done. When you purchase a new home, a professional should inspect the electrical installation and all its components.

If your home is not new, it should be inspected before you buy. You should also have an inspection if your house is over 40 years old. When your house is undergoing renovations, an inspection is called for. Many experts suggest having an inspection when you install an appliance such as a refrigerator or a dryer.  The electrical inspector can tell if the wiring is up to date and in good working order. Electrical standards are outlined in the National Electrical Code (NEC). The NEC is a portion of the National Fire Codes that the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) publishes, so it may also be known as the NFPA 70.

The NEC has standards for commercial and industrial facilities as well as for residential structures. All 50 states have adopted the NEC that electrical professionals follow. This code contains the most recent regulations for wiring, grounding, overcurrent protection, and equipment installation.

The electrical inspector will check all of the receptacles or outlets in your home. These receptacles must have no physical defects or cracks and they should be properly grounded.

Areas that are subject to moisture ought to have ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI). These potentially wet or damp areas include kitchens, bathrooms, basements, laundry rooms, garages, and outdoor outlets. A GFCI is a wonderful way to be sure that the circuit shuts off quickly if moisture causes it to short circuit.


Inspect Your Home. Protect Your Loved Ones

Electrical Safety Inspection

When it comes to the well-being of your loved ones, few annual maintenance tasks are as essential as a house-wide electrical inspection. After all, when you use your appliances, lights, and electronics 24 hours a day, even a small wiring problem can pose a significant fire risk.

Your home safety inspection will be done according to National Electrical Code (NEC) standards and include a detailed report on any potential safety hazards. If you do need work completed, our licensed electricians can often take care of it the very same day.

What’s Included in Your Electrical Inspection

Since 1945, our family-owned business has been dedicated to making PA families feel comfortable, safe, and happy in their own homes. We take an old-fashioned approach to service and never cut corners-allowing you to feel confident in our trusted expertise throughout your home safety inspection.

During your electrical inspection, we’ll analyze electrical panels, check grounding, examine switches, test GFCIs and AFCIs, and ensure that all smoke/carbon monoxide detectors are in proper working order. Beyond these industry-recommended safety checks, we’ll further ensure your satisfaction with our:

Convenient Scheduling

Upfront Quotes and No-Surprise Price Guarantee

Trained and Certified Electricians

Full Code Compliance

Proper Licensing and Insurance

Wide Range of Service Plans

Low-Payment, Long-Term Financing Options

home safety inspection is complete, we’ll provide professional recommendations for any areas of improvement. Should any improvements be needed, we can complete the repairs ourselves-and back them with a 1-year warranty for additional peace of mind



Fully Accredited Master Electricians and abide by and use a stringent and comprehensive Active Safety System, in every aspect of our electrical work. Much the same as a building inspection which covers all structural issues within your home, Electrical Safety Inspections cover every aspect of electrical within your intended property purchase or existing residence.

Find out what you’re buying into…..

Faulty or crumbling wiring

Poor quality or old damaged power points and switches

Burnt out transformers in the roof space

No earthing, and most critical in a home

Most critically…No safety switches

These are just some of the day to day electrical hazards we regularly encounter in homes across. This can not only be costly to repair but life threatening to you and your family if left unattended.

Some of the details our Electrical Inspections cover the following…

Inspection of all wiring throughout the property including roof and floor space

Inspection of Switchboard and if current Safety Switches are present/Compliance with AS3000 Standards

Inspection of all power points and switches for damage

Inspection of all lighting in roof space and beam/insulation clearance


Inspection of smoke detectors

A full report and rectification budget emailed in lieu of inspection


Electrical Safety Inspections

Improving the Safety & Performance of Your Home

If you are purchasing a piece of property, having an electrical safety inspection performed is essential. Otherwise, how will you feel safe in your new home? The purpose of this inspection is to ensure the safety of your electrical system and find problems, such as faulty or old wiring. Once the inspection is complete, you’ll be given a full report regarding your existing electrical components and whether there are any major issues that need to be fixed

Do You Need Electrical Code Corrections?

Our team is known for our dedication to providing quality work to residential clients throughout and the surrounding areas. This includes helping homeowners correct electrical code violations. You may have violations in your home that you aren’t even aware of but are posing a threat to you and your family.

A few examples of electrical code violations we can correct include:

Outdated wiring

Poor electrical connections

Damaged wiring

Overloaded circuits

Mixed-era technology

Incorrect outlet usage

Faulty breaker panel

Thorough Examination of Your Electrical System

specialized in examining and assessing electrical systems thoroughly. With decades of experience, our licensed and insured Lake Mary electricians are trained to conduct comprehensive residential inspections. Once the many steps of the inspection have been completed, you can rely on us to provide you with our recommendations on how your system should be upgraded or fixed, if necessary. The ultimate goal is to ensure that your system meets your existing demands, as well as operating safely.