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Whole House Electrical Inspection Southern Vermont & New Hampshire Residents Rely On

Electrical Inspection

After a series of preventable electrical fires damaged local homes and businesses, we began offering residents of Southern Vermont & New Hampshire low cost electrical inspection accompanied by a detailed checklist to help find and correct electrical issues for our clients before they could become a dangerous problem.

50–Point Electrical Analysis

Our detailed analysis of your home’s electrical system includes over 50 carefully laid out checkpoints to inspect your entire electrical system from the outside service entrance cable and electrical meter, to your electrical panel and many of the electrical circuits and devices within your home. During this inspection, we also tighten the electrical connections in your panel, and seal the meter connections if necessary. Problems in these two areas are two of the most common causes of electrical fires in Vermont & New Hampshire. During the electrical inspection, our professional, friendly electricians can also discuss any questions, or improvement ideas you may have.

Comprehensive Electrical Inspection Report

Upon completion, we will send you a comprehensive report outlining the results and any additional recommendations we may have. This is a great way to have peace of mind within your existing home, or for a new home you have just purchased. For only $99 this service offers an incredible amount of value for you and your family. Customized commercial & industrial inspections are available as well at custom prices. We hope to hear from you soon.

The following list details some of the common areas of your electrical system we inspect and accompanying services we offer:

  • Upgrade old wiring such as knob and tube to more current and safer types of wiring
  • Upgrade electrical service to the house to 100 amp or 200 amp service
  • Replace old electrical panels and fuse boxes
  • Replace Federal Pacific electrical panels which are very dangerous fire hazards
  • Install whole house surge protection
  • Install new grounding systems for your home
  • Install outdoor lighting
  • Repair existing lights, switches, outlets
  • Upgrade life safety systems such as GFCI outlets, Arc Fault breakers, carbon monoxide and smoke alarms
  • Repair generators
  • Install new whole house generators