Streb Electric has been performing professional whole house safety inspections for more than 25 years. We have the knowledge and expertise needed to spot potential problems and recommend the right repairs and services to address them.
What Is a Whole House Safety Inspection?
A whole house safety inspection is a complete inspection of a home’s electrical systems. The purpose of the inspection is to spot potential problems, so that they can be corrected before they become major safety hazards. Some of the items inspected during the process include:
- Main electrical panel
- Wiring throughout the house, attic and basement
- Air conditioning connections
- Smoke detectors
Why Should I Get a Whole House Safety Inspection?
Often times, electrical problems can go undetected for years and are not discovered until there is a major problem or an emergency situation like a fire. Having a whole house safety inspection done before there is a problem can alert you to any potential threats, so that they can be fixed before they require costly emergency repairs. You may also want to get your home inspected if you are considering selling it.
To schedule your whole house safety inspection, contact Streb Electric today. We will perform a complete inspection using our unique Safety Checklist and then review our findings with you after the inspection is complete.