An Electrical Inspection will ensure that your home’s wiring and other electrical components are in good working order and do not pose a safety hazard to you and your loved ones!
Having electrical inspections regularly and meeting electrical safety requirements, will help reduce the chances of disasters occurring, such as a fire due to loose electrical connections, overloading circuits, incorrect wiring, etc.
A detailed electrical inspection is not included in Pre-Purchase Building Inspections or Building Defects Inspections…electrical inspections must be conducted by a licensed electrician and most building inspectors are not licensed electricians…our licensed Master Inspectors are also licensed electricians!
An electrical inspection prior to buying your home is important to identify any dangerous electrical issues that may be very expensive to repair once the property has been purchased. An electrical inspection can also help you negotiate a lower price if faults are found.
Subject to safe and reasonable access, the inspection will report on the condition of each of the following areas on the date and time of inspection:
|Consumer Mains||Overhead, underground, single phase, three phase, size of main cables|
|Mains Switchboard||Circuits, fuses, RCDs (safety switches), circuit breakers|
|Sub-boards||Circuits, fuses, RCDs (safety switches), circuit breakers|
|Earthing Systems||Earth Bonding, M.E.N. (Multiple Earthed System), earth stake, size of earth cable|
|General Wiring (where visible)||General wiring where visible in roof space, under floor (if accessible), main switchboard|
|Switches/Powerpoints||Switches, power points, earth testing of power points|
|Downlights & Lights||Downlights and lights|
|Fixed Appliances||Oven, hotplate, stove, rangehood, microwave, dishwasher, coffee machine, exhaust fans, ceiling fans, smoke detectors, electric hot water service, air conditioner|