Electric Code Upgrades & Repairs

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Whether you’re looking to sell your home, renovate it or you just want to have the electrical system updated to better reflect your lifestyle habits, a code upgrade is likely in store. The electrical system is one of the most important systems within your home, and it’s paramount to get it right not just to stay compliant with national and local building codes, but to ensure the property is safe as well. It’s why electrical code upgrades and repairs are not a DIY job – it takes a skilled and trained professional to ensure the job is performed correctly, safely and within code. That’s where we come in.

Safety First: Why Electrical Code Upgrades Matter

The biggest reason why it’s important to keep your electrical system up to code is for safety reasons. National and local electrical codes are established for a reason – and this key reason is to ensure the safety of residents and minimize the risk of electrical hazards that could occur from outdated or faulty wiring. The consequences of living with outdated electrical wiring range from minor to major. At the minor level, outdated wiring could lead to overloading and frequent trips to your circuit breaker. More dire consequences, however, are electrical shock and fire hazards.

 

You should never be surprised when your electrician delivers your bill. Before we perform services, we make sure to review your electrical needs and the proposed cost of those repairs. Our customers repeatedly report that our prices are not only competitive but also fair and honest. We never recommend repairs you don’t need, and we guarantee our upfront pricing principles.

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Signs of Outdated or Damaged Wiring

If your home is at least 30 years old and hasn't had any electrical upgrades in that span, then there's a good chance that it's not up to current code. There are a few other signs that you should be taking note of within your home that suggest a repair is necessary. Here's a closer look at some of them:

Discolored electrical outlets:

This can lead to a fire risk, as discolored outlets are common when sparks jump from one wire to another - impacting the outlets first.

Too few outlets:

If it seems like you're running extension cords everywhere throughout your home, then it's likely a sign that you have too few outlets.

Outlet shocks:

Are you feeling a shock every time you plug something into or unplug something from the electrical outlet? This could be very dangerous if it's not addressed quickly.

Frequent blown fuses:

If you're frequently parading to your circuit breaker to reset blown fuses, then it's a sign that your power draw isn't being properly handled by your electrical system and is due for an upgrade.

Burning scent:

Smell something burning but can't pinpoint the source? If it's coming from your electrical system and not addressed promptly, it could lead to an electrical fire.

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No matter how minor or how major the electrical upgrade, it’s important to ensure that your property is up to code – both for safety purposes and to ensure that your electrical system is operating as efficiently and as effectively as possible. For more information on our electric code upgrade and repair services, contact us today.
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