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Why do I Need an Electrical Safety Checkup?

  • Maintain Safety in Operation
  • Insurance Agencies May Require a Risk Assessment Inspection
  • Find and Correct Safety Hazards
  • Save Energy and Cut Costs
  • Peace of Mind

What to Expect from the Electrical Safety Inspection

One of Direct Electric Company’s qualified electricians will visit your home or business and thoroughly examine your entire electrical system. A detailed written checklist will be filled out and given to you on site. Our electrical safety checkup includes any areas that need immediate attention, recommendations for improvements and potential upgrade possibilities for your home or business needs. Because Direct Electric is serious about your safety, the electrical safety checkup is a part of every service call at no additional cost to you. At Direct Electric Company, we know firsthand what a daunting task it can be for homeowners to solve even the simplest of home electrical challenges. Our highly skilled Residential Electrical Services Electricians go out of their way not only to offer comprehensive solutions for all your residential electrical needs, but also provide you with information and resources you need to make educated decisions about which solutions are best for you. Here are just a few of our electrical services, our qualified electricians have recently provided homeowners in the area:

What Does the Electrical Safety Checkup Cover?

  • Light Bulb Wattage
  • Switch and Wall Outlet Operation and Condition
  • Shock or Electrocution
  • Check Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters (AFCIs)
  • Check for Safety and Security Lighting
  • Check Grounding Systems
  • Check for Appropriate Surge Protection
  • Portable Heater Safety
  • Check Other Heating and Air Conditioning Systems
  • Check for Proper Placement and Presence of Smoke Detectors
  • Test Smoke Detectors
  • Test Carbon Monoxide Detectors if present
  • Check the Electrical Panel for Appropriate Labels, Amps, and Operation
  • Check Outdoor Electrical Systems
  • Inspect and Report ALL Other Potential or Immediate Hazards