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Ensuring the Safety of Electrical Systems in St. Louis 

Are you in the process of buying or selling your home? Even though you are likely to be extremely busy with everything that is involved in the adventure of moving on to your new house, it is essential to make sure that you arrange a dedicated home electrical inspection. There are many electrical components of a house which must be fully checked before it can be put up for sale. 

To ensure that your house, or the house you are looking to buy, is secure, speak to our technicians at J. Bathe Electric Co. about what is involved in our thorough home inspections in St. Charles. Our experienced team is even able to offer quick scheduling to help get your house closed on time.

To learn more about the importance of electrical home inspections, contact us now at (636) 306-3977 for a free estimate.

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What Is Involved in a Home Inspection

During an electrical home inspection, a qualified technician will carefully examine every element of your system, from the panels to the fixtures, the service level to the outlets. It is important to check whether there are any accidental violations of the National Electrical Code (known as the NEC), to prevent dangerous electrical fires or cases of electrocution. 

Examples of the common elements that appear on reports as having issues include:

  • Ungrounded receptacles
  • Fuse panels
  • Double tapped wires
  • Federal pacific panels
  • Interconnected smoke detectors
  • Receptacles that need GFCI Protection
  • Open splice boxes
  • Unsupported cables

Why a Home Inspection Is Important for Safety & Peace of Mind

It is easy for many people to view home inspections as a frustrating nuisance that takes up a lot of their busy schedule. However, you should always remember that an inspection can be the difference that protects you or your loved ones from experiencing an electrical shock. 

In addition to protecting your household, a home inspection also is key for adjusting the proper market value of a house. Simply by scheduling this dedicated inspection, your home’s property value can increase significantly since it will assure any buyers that this building is truly safe to move into. 

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What to Do Following Your Electrical Home Inspection

When you first see a giant list of all the apparent issues and code violations that are occurring at your home, no matter how important it may be to secure your family’s safety, you can be easily overwhelmed. 

Since home inspection reports can be so confusing and frustrating, it is best to discuss all the elements that have been listed. Even if the request for upgrades and repairs may seem long, most items can be corrected within one day. Let our professional team at J. Bathe Electric Co. help you get a better understanding of your report and review the steps necessary to move forward.

Call us today at (636) 306-3977 or contact us online if you would like more detailed info regarding home inspections in St. Charles.