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Electrical Inspections

Ensuring Code Compliance & Safety Standards

Integrity Electrical holds ourselves to the strictest standards, including compliance with all local and national codes dictated by the National Electrical Code (NEC). Our standards ensure our customers’ homes are as safe and as reliable as possible, and also protects their investment: by complying with the NEC, our electricians make sure homeowners can sell their homes with minimal trouble.

For homeowners who are buying, selling, or considering a new home, electrical inspections are crucial to a.) understanding what you’re getting into, and b.) ensuring a home is safe. Even newly-remodeled homes might have neglected electrical systems with aging components, outdated design, and other problems that range from inconvenient to dangerous.

It’s also worth noting that older homes might not be up to the most recent codes, as the NEC is constantly improving and iterating. Even if a home is up to code, it may not be suited for the demanding power needs of the average family. With several laptops, smartphones, screens, and other devices for each family member, having reliable power everywhere in the house is vital—an inspection lets you know what you’re working with.

Local jurisdictions and code enforcement boards inspect for compliance with the minimum standards, as set forth in code. The extensively trained and licensed technicians at Integrity Electrical electrical comply with all local and state codes. Our techs are specifically trained to flag and take corrective action to keep your property and family safe.

Bathrooms

  • GFCI receptacles are required in bathrooms.
  • There must be a receptacle within 3 feet of the outside edge of the sink basin.