Electrical Home Inspections
by On Point Electric.
Inspections start at just $249.99 >
Keeping your family safe and the lights on, avoiding costly and unexpected repairs!
What is an 'Electrical Home Inspection' ?
Sometimes electricity seems like magic, you don't see it with your eyes or hear it. But when it stops working we sure notice quickly! Electrical home inspections are simply a full diagnostic and checkup of your entire electrical system. Similar to a motor vehicle inspection or even your yearly checkup with the family doctor, your home's electrical is just as important.
Although they are very important for home safety, most homeowners have no idea they are required, but just like anything else that's dangerous your electrical system should be inspected annually or at minimum every 2-3 years depending on the age of the home. Homes older than 10 - 20 years old should be inspected at least once a year as they are built with less stringent code and pose a larger risk for electrical fires.
When you book an Inspection with On Point Electric, you can expect a local licensed Electrician to perform a thorough inspection of your home's electrical system.
We use a Thermal Imaging camera to inspect all outlets and wires behind the walls to ensure there are no hot spots or hazards.
Verify all lighting systems including; wattage of bulbs, proper socket connections, and dimmer ratings.
Test all electrical outlets for proper wiring and integrity.
Identify any electrical shock hazards, including any code violations that may be present.
Ground Fault Circuit interrupter (GFCI's), testing and compliance.
Ensure proper Arc-Fault Circuit Interrupters (AFCI's) have been installed and test for proper function.
We verify proper smoke detector placement, test all devices with a CO2 / Smoke simulator.
Electrical Panel Inspection and Maintenance, We test and verify operation, circuit loading, torque connections and clean interior.
We provide a detailed inspection report, and certificate of electrical safety, which can be used for Insurance rate reductions or value add if you're planning on selling the home.