Electrical Home Inspection Page
Home is where we feel safe and secure, but is your home safe from electrical fires?
We often don’t want to think of the worst happening in our homes, so scheduling a home inspection will give you that feeling of safety in your home.
Do any of these conditions apply to you?
When a home is 40 years old or older
If an appliance has been added
When a home has had a renovation
If any of the above conditions apply to you, you’ll need to schedule a home inspection with a licensed electrician, and Glo Electric has licensed electricians on call to help.
Did you know that U.S. municipal fire departments respond to about 45,000 house fires each year that are caused by electrical failure or malfunction?
What’s included in a home inspection?
Grounding and bonding of the electrical system
This is absolutely crucial for modern protection devices to work correctly
Main electrical service panel and sub panels
The panels are the heart of the electrical system and control all power throughout the building
Circuit protection and safety devices
There are many devices installed throughout an electrical system to protect against fire, overload, and electrical shock
Smoke and CO1 detection devices
These are extremely important for life safety and are often overlooked
This is common in older electrical systems and is one of the major causes of electrical failure and fire
Switches, outlets, and appliances
These parts are usually made of plastic, receive heavy use, and fail more often, which is the most common cause of electrocution
After your Electrical Home Inspection, you will receive a detailed report of any issues. You will also receive an explanation and a quote to correct it.
If the home meets current electrical safety codes, you will receive a formal statement declaring it, signed by a licensed and certified electrician.
Either way, you can rest at ease knowing your home is safer for you and your family.
$49 instead of $199 for a full inspection
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