Charlotte Electrical Inspections & Code Corrections
Electrical inspections are necessary after you’ve renovated or altered a home, whether you chose the DIY route or a professional contractor. If you are buying or selling a home in Charlotte, an inspection also helps the closing process go smoothly.
Most importantly, correcting wiring problems and other code violations gives you comfort and safety. From electroshock to devastating house fires, a faulty electrical system is a ticking time bomb.
Charlotte Electricians for Code Inspections and Corrections
Roby Electric performs electrical code inspections and provides code corrections according to the NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (the NEC). We are also familiar with all applicable codes in North Carolina and South Carolina, making sure your home is perfectly safe and functional.
Common electrical code violations include:
- Frayed or damaged wiring
- Loose electrical connections
- Overloaded circuits
- Missing GFCI protection
- Ungrounded wires
Dangers of Electrical Code Violations
Electrical problems put you and your family at risk of getting shocked when touching an appliance or outlet. The electricity may also damage appliances or compound the problem with even worse damage to the wiring.
In a worst case scenario that is all too common, the sparks and heat from electrical problems can burn or set fire to your home.
Failure to correct code violations has other consequences, ranging from fines and legal liability for injuries to costly disputes when selling the home.
Simply put, you need to get an electrical inspection if it’s been a while since the last one or you have made alterations to your home electrical system. Your safety and security depend on it. Roby Electric can help identify issues and make all necessary corrections.
Electrical Code Standards in North Carolina & South Carolina
We ensure that all electrical systems meet or exceed the standards of the NEC, or NFPA 70: National Electric Code®. This code was created by the National Fire Protection Association and has been adopted nationwide.
The North Carolina Building Code uses the NEC plus some state amendments. The NEC itself is also updated every few years, so the codes are always changing.
As a residential electrician in Charlotte, it’s our duty to stay on top of the current regulations and offer the best knowledge and insight to keep your home safe and up to code.
Trust Roby for Electrical Code Corrections in Charlotte
Let the best residential electricians in Charlotte take care of your inspections and code corrections. All Roby Electric electricians are licensed, insured, and well-educated about the latest electrical codes.
We want to be your electrician, so you can expect great service from helpful, honest electricians when you choose Roby Electric. Our goal is to provide fast, thorough inspections and to offer the best repairs and corrections when truly necessary.
Schedule an Electrical Code Inspection in Charlotte
North Carolina: Archdale, Belmont, Burlington, Charlotte, Concord, Davidson, Denver, Elon, Gastonia, Greensboro, High Point, Huntersville, Kannapolis, Kernersville, Lake Norman, Matthews, Mount Holly, Pineville, Summerfield, Thomasville, Waxhaw, Weddington, Winston-Salem, and more.
South Carolina: Columbia, Fort Mill, Lake Wylie, Rock Hill, and more.