Is Your Electrical Systems Prepared For The Winter Months?
Electricity allows us to power so many useful and indispensable appliances in our home, and yet it is also a dangerous resource. Residential structure fires due to electrical failure are a source of major property damage and loss of life. Every year, thousands of house fires are caused by unsafe or faulty electrical work. Ensuring the electric in your home is safe and up to code is critical for the safety and wellbeing of your family. Your residential electrical system might be unsafe if your home and wiring are old. If you have conducted DIY electrical work, or electrical work was performed by an unlicensed electrician.
Electrical fires are extremely destructive and difficult to predict. Because electrical systems are wired throughout the walls of a house, they also are difficult to detect and often are inaccessible. The walls create a network of passageways for a fire to continue to get oxygen and spread completely throughout the house. Over time, increasing age of wires and electricity consumption has put a high demand on the home’s electrical distribution systems.
Your electrical system can do more hard work than you realize during the upcoming winter months. There’s heating, power plug outlets, lighting and the holiday season to contend with. It can really be worthwhile to get your electrical system checked before winter sets in.
A CurrentSAFE professional can provide a no-cost in-home consultation. Our walk-through consultation helps you understand your home’s electrical system and often identifies energy saving opportunities you can take advantage of. If hazards are discovered, you may choose a comprehensive Electrical Hazard Detection (EHD) inspection.
A CurrentSAFE professional is trained and licensed to perform an Electrical Hazard Detection. We use state-of-the diagnostic equipment that allows us to “look” behind the walls and discover electrical problems in your home, any of which could lead to dangerous shock or fire hazards. Following this comprehensive inspection, our experts will then review their findings with you. Our certified professional CurrentSAFE electricians are capable of reducing the risk of a fire by finding and correcting those problems, identifying electrical shock hazards and assuring clean, dependable power to your home electronic equipment and appliances.
Be prepared for the winter months and trust CurrentSAFE to help keep your family safe. Contact CurrentSAFE today!