When buying a new home, or selling your existing house, you want to ensure the property’s electrical system is up-to-code. To make sure your house is safe, schedule code compliance repairs with trusted experts. Call Solaris Electric for services in Orlando, FL. A family-owned company since 2008, we guarantee 100% satisfaction in every job.
Protect your young children by installing childproof outlets in your home. Contact us to learn about our services in Orlando, FL.
What Is the National Electric Code?
Did you know there is a certain national standard that all electrical systems in the U.S. must meet? This is called the National Electric Code (NEC), and it is meant to protect your household, building tenants, and occupants from electrical accidents that could be caused by poor electrical installations and deteriorating electrical equipment. It’s important to hire a company - like Solaris Electric - that adheres to the NEC and ensures all work is completed accurately, safely, and is up-to-code.
Common Code Compliance Issues on Home Inspection Reports
Home inspections that are conducted when you buy or sell a house can reveal aspects of your system that are not up-to-code. Some of the most common issues that could end up on your report are:
- Double-tapped circuit breakers
- GFCI protection
- Electrical panel repairs
- Smoke alarms
- Ungrounded outlets
- Junction box covers
- Extension cord wiring
- Illegal closet lighting
If these issues are found during your home inspection, call Solaris Electric to schedule repair services with our professionals.
Save on your energy costs by installing LED lighting in your home. Contact us to learn about our services.
What To Expect During Electrical Inspections
When you schedule an appointment with a professional to inspect your electrical system at your home or building, you can expect him or her to perform the following tasks:
- Check your electrical system for flaws.
- Determine if any repairs are needed and recommend possible solutions.
- Perform an assessment of new homes and properties and ensure their electrical systems are installed correctly.
- Perform code updates on older homes and buildings. This can be performed to ensure the current occupants’ safety, and before a property goes on the market.
- Do a safety check of any electrical work that was previously performed to protect your family from injury and liability.