At WireOne, we understand that any electrical problems with your home are a huge inconvenience to you and your family, and they can often cause your daily life to grind to a halt. But the problems can be much more serious than that: any electrical problems in your Des Moines home could potentially pose serious threats to the safety of your family. That’s why our professional electricians recommend you have electrical safety inspections performed regularly.
If any part of your electrical system is in bad enough condition, it could cause significant damage to your property, or result in serious injury. Without regular safety inspections, there could be serious problems that go unnoticed and untreated until they become serious threats to your safety.
Our Des Moines Electrician will find any problems with your home’s electrical system and take care of them before they become serious issues.
The recommended frequency of electrical safety inspections varies based on your home:
Your Des Moines home’s electrical system is always used consistently, and safety inspections can make sure it’s ready for that. The inspection will:
You should only trust a licensed, professional electrician to perform a safety inspection on your home’s electrical system. Finding all the safety risks present can only be accomplished by a professional, and it takes a professional to know the Des Moines and surrounding area’s codes and standards, which you need your system to meet.
Our professional electricians can 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, but we’ll never use scare tactics to sell more work than is necessary. We’ll make sure that your home is as safe as possible before our job is complete.
Smart device, eh? This is why modern building codes require GFCI outlets in bathrooms and kitchens. However, many older houses haven’t been updated, creating an unnecessary risk for you and your family.