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Maintaining your home’s electrical system is a crucial element of your family’s safety. Home electrical fires account for an estimated 51,000 fires each year.
An electrical inspection of your home is a necessary safety precaution for all homeowners, to ensure you and your home do not become a statistic. A thorough inspection of your entire electrical system will ensure that your home is meeting all requirements for electrical safety according to the proper electrical codes. The expert electricians at Miller’s Services have been providing safe and trusted electrical services to the community for nearly 50 years. Our licensed and highly trained team of electricians have a vast knowledge of industry standards and extensive experience.
When you are in need of an electrical safety and efficiency inspection, turn to the Master Electricians at Miller’s Services. Your comfort and safety is our concern.
When should you have your home’s electrical system inspected?
The Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) recommends having an electrical inspection on a few different occasions during your time as a homeowner. Beginning when you have bought a new home, an inspection of your electrical system will ensure that the previous owners have maintained the safety of the home. When you have added a new major appliance or have undergone a major home renovation, an inspection will guarantee your electrical system is still running smoothly. If your home is more than 20-25 years old, an inspection of the electrical wiring is crucial due to the older system your home is running on.
During an electrical examination of your home, the trusted electricians at Miller’s will examine several parts of your home’s electrical makeup. You can expect an assessment of the condition of your circuit breaker, outlets, light fixtures and switches, and wiring, among other aspects. Throughout the entire process, we guarantee to provide you with unparalleled customer service and respect for your time.