Wouldn’t you like to know if you had an electrical hazard in your home?
Many homes, new and old, have computers, flat screen TV’s and many household appliances that have electronic circuit boards that are very sensitive to power issues. More than 90% of appliance and equipment failures are the result of poor electrical connections.
So, how do you find electrical hazards in your home that could pose a risk to your family and eliminate the risk of an electrical fire?
CurrentSAFE is a testing method that utilizes state of the art testing equipment that can detect electrical hazards without having to cut openings in your walls and/or ceiling. On average, the test takes about day .When the testing is completed you will be given a very comprehensive report that our CurrentSAFE consultant will review with you. After reviewing the report with you he will offer you solutions to resolve the electrical hazards found along with a quote on the cost to correct these issues.
By identifying electrical hazards early on, you can avoid unnecessary repairs. Locating a bad circuit breaker early can prevent having the electrical panel replaced, a repair that could cost $2,000.00 or more. Depending on what area you are in this could trigger upgrading your entire electrical system, a cost of over $10,000.00
Just recently we completed a CurentSAFE test for a customer who was told that they had to completely rewire their home at a cost of over $20,000.00. After having the CurrentSafe test done it was determined that it was not necessary to rewire the entire home. This reduced this customer’s cost to less than half of the original estimate.
Several months ago we were called by an insurance company to perform a CurrentSAFE test on a home that was hit by lightning. After we completed the test the cost for the testing and repairs came out to be less than $2,500.00. We were later told by the insurance company that they had received quotes of over $8,000.00 to make the repairs for the damage by lighting.
So, what’s preventing you from having a CurrentSAFE Electrical Hazard Detection Test today?
This week’s tip: Smoke Detectors Be sure to test your smoke detectors monthly to be sure that they are functioning properly and replace the batteries at least every 6 months.