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How to Prepare for an Electrical Insurance Inspection

When trying to get an insurance policy, many people are required to receive electrical inspections in order to proceed. Although plenty of people worry over these inspections, the right company can complete an inspection in a very short amount of time with very little intrusion into your life and property. At Expert Electric, our electrical insurance inspection services are designed to help our clients wrap up this potentially stressful process quickly with as little interruption to their lives as possible. In order to ensure we are able to accomplish these goals on behalf of our clients, we like to make sure that they are aware of some of the ways to prepare for an electrical insurance inspection.

Steps to Prepare for an Electrical Insurance Inspection

With proper preparation, it is possible to speed along the process of an electrical insurance inspection and also improve the likelihood that your property passes with high ratings, potentially lowering your insurance premiums. Some steps to take to prepare include:

1.     Communicate with Your Electrician

If you are hoping to prepare your home or business for an electrical inspection, the first step to take is to talk to the electrician who will be performing the inspection to get their input on anything that they would like to see during their inspection and prepare to give them access.

2.     Check for Cord and Outlet Safety

Make sure that you read up on how to use extension cords, power bars, and outlets safely. This should be a standard that you maintain at all times and not just when an electrician is coming for an inspection, as it is vital for electrical fire safety.

3.     Ensure Access to Electrical Systems

Make sure that your electrician will be able to easily access all components of your electrical system including the breaker box, meters, and outlets and switches.

4.     Update Safety Equipment

Go through your home or business and ensure that all safety equipment is up to date. Check smoke alarms and CO detectors, fire extinguishers, and anything else that could pertain to your building’s electrical safety.

If you would like to learn more information about different ways that you can prepare for an electrical insurance inspection to ensure that it goes as smoothly as possible for your home, or to find out about the services we offer at Expert Electric, please contact us and we will help you get the information you need.