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Image Left: Do it yourself wiring – an electrical defect and fire hazard. Image right: A low voltage down light – an extreme fire hazard.
Pre Purchase Electrical Home Inspection
Buying a home is probably the most expensive purchase you will ever make. In most cases we get a termite and building inspection but what about the electrical system?
Did you know that it is legislation for WA licenced electrical contractors to report and/or repair any defective electrical works found while carrying out work on your property.
This could cost BIG, UNEXPECTED $$$.
Would your insurance company cover you if your home was found to have defective wiring or doesn’t meet building regulations?
Recently I was called to install a ceiling fan in the home of a couple who had recently purchased a renovated home. DEFECT #1 The wiring in the ceiling had over 10 exposed junctions. DEFECT #2 The lighting circuit wiring was not installed as per electrical rules. These needed to be rewired. The job should have cost $150 but ended up costing over $650 to repair the defects.
Justice Electrical & Communications are pleased to offer you the following inspection which includes:
- Inspect main switchboard for compliance, advice of cost if any upgrade is required.
- Test of main earth and MEN link.
- Check for safety switches for power and light circuits.
- Fault simulation test using specific RCD testing equipment providing trip time.
- Visual inspection of wiring in ceiling.
- Inspect down lights for compliance.
- Check light switches and accessible power points.
- Ensure smoke alarms are compliant.
- Perform smoke alarm simulation test.
- Verify expiry dates of smoke alarms.
- Provide a detailed inspection report within 3 business days.
- Report to include estimated cost of recommended repairs.
- All inspections carried out by licenced electrician.
For a quote call: 0477 904 930 or 0407 424 367 or email email@example.com
Justice Electrical are members of the 'National Electrical and Communications Associations' and 'Clipsal'