IRRT provides homeowners with peace of mind with our top to bottom home inspection, designed with your safety in mind. Our electrical service technician will thoroughly go through your home and check everything on your electrical system and let you know your risk for electrical problems concerning safety issues, the potential for fire and general problems which can lead to expensive repairs in the future.
Not only do electrical inspections prevent fires, they prevent injuries, prevent surprise electrical issues during a home sale or renovation, and ensure your home is safe as possible. Consider a home inspection if your home is more than 40 years old, you are considering purchasing a home, you have recently added an appliance, or you have made renovations.
Our electrical service technician will thoroughly go through your home and check everything on your electrical system and let you know your risk for electrical problems concerning safety issues, the potential for fire and general problems which can lead to expensive repairs in the future.
A typical home inspection conducted before buying a house differs from our 50-point home inspection by our residential electricians. A pre-purchase home inspection may confirm there are the required amount of smoke detectors in your home, while our 50-point home inspection will confirm those smoke detectors actually work. We want your electrical system to be safe, so we accomplish a thorough inspection which focuses on functionality and not just existence.
If you move into a previously owned home, you should know about the safety and functionality of the electrical system. We provide a comprehensive inspection report and will also provide an estimate to fix any issues we discover upon inspection. We will also look for opportunities and give suggestions or recommendations for things that need to be done to update your home to the current electrical codes.
With over 30 years of experience, IRRT knows where to look, how to spot issues and how to address them. From outlet testing, line cords, circuit inspection, interior switches, smoke detectors to surge protection and more, we know what to look for. We keep our technicians up to date on the industry practices and regulations so they will leave you with a safe electrical system and a safer home.