California Electrical Code Compliance
Keeping up with ever-changing electrical codes can seem daunting for home and business owners. With so many rules to follow, how is the average person supposed to keep them all straight? Fortunately for you, that is our job. Our team of licensed electrical experts at Home Team Electric is fully informed on electrical code compliance and can make sure your electrical installations
and projects are completely safe and up-to-date.
Although there is nothing wrong with saving money and getting creative with DIY projects around your home, that doesn’t necessarily apply to electrical work. For the safety of your home and family, it is always best to leave electrical installation and repairs to the professionals. If you have completed some electrical DIY projects in the past, chances are, they may not be in compliance with current electrical codes. Schedule a consultation with a Home Team Electric team member to assess your home for electrical code compliance and find out how we can bring it up to date.
Common Electrical Code Offenders
Some of the most common electrical code violations to look for are:
- GFCI Breakers
- GFCI Outlets
- AFCI Protection
- Neutral Wires for Switches
- Tamper-Resistant Receptacles
- Type of Grounding Electrode
- Outdoor Receptacle Covers
- Crowded Service Panels
- Number of Indoor Receptacles
- Sufficient Electrical Bonding
If you are uncertain about your code compliance with any of the items on this list or any other areas of your electrical system, it is better to be safe than sorry. Compliance with updated electric codes protects you from power surges, electrical shocks, fires, and legal problems.
Service on Your Schedule
No matter how soon or what time you need help with electrical code compliance, our team can accommodate your schedule. We are available 24/7 for any types of electrical projects or repairs. To schedule a consultation, speak to a live customer service representative in our call center today.
Need help with electrical code compliance in your California home? Call Home Team Electric today.