Whole home Electrical Inspections | Airco Service is Keeping You Safe!

Posted on: Dec 19, 2017

Do you know the state of your home’s electrical wiring? Are all the plugs grounded? If you live in a historic home, does any of the old knob and tube wiring remain? Most importantly, is the electrical system in your home safe? According to NewsOK, house fire deaths increased in 2017 accounting for a higher percentage of the national average. A whole home electrical system inspection performed by a licensed, bonded and insured professional technician can ease your mind about possible faulty wiring, as well as make safety recommendations and perform any necessary electric repair service.

The Importance of Electrical Safety

The importance of getting a thorough examination of your home’s electrical structure cannot be understated. A detailed inspection of your whole home electrical system will ensure all the wiring, components, and systems in your home or office building are safe and up to code.

If you experience any of these problems, you have an electric emergency, call us right away:

  • Flickering lights
  • Non-working switches or outlets
  • Circuit breaker problems
  • Electric shocks
  • Switch plates or fixtures warm to the touch
  • Sparks
  • Burning smell

Reasons for a Whole Home Electrical Inspection

Peace of mind is an excellent reason to get a comprehensive electric system evaluation, but it is not the only reason. You may be in the market for a new home and want to supplement the house inspection with a more exhaustive review of the electrical system to guard against costly electric repair service in the future.

Sellers gain an advantage in their neighborhood armed with a recent inspection. Offering potential buyers peace of mind in buying a home with a sound electrical system.

Aside from buying or selling a home, whole electrical system inspections are recommended:

  • Before a renovation
  • When a home is 30 years old or more.
  • Adding a new appliance
  • After a renovation

If you need to ease your mind about the electrical system in your home, or want to learn more, contact us at 918.252.5667. We’ve been servicing Oklahoma homes like yours since 1961.