Electrical Inspection is a Must


Inspect details prior to finalizing the deal. (Photo Credits)

Buying a new home can be very exciting. After all, it is a new phase in life and definitely a milestone for the whole family. But before inking that deal, every property owner should conduct a thorough examination of the whole home, its systems and fixtures, especially details which involve electrical systems.

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But unless the soon-to-be property owner has a background on the electrical profession, he should seek the services of a licensed expert electrician. These electricians can undertake a thorough inspection on the whole home, see possible concerns that could be encountered, and what the buyer can possibly raise to the property seller such that electrical issues can be prevented.

The website TheSpruce highlighted that hiring a professional electrician to inspect a home one is eyeing to buy can be one of the best decisions to make. “Before you buy a home, you should inspect or have a professional inspect the electrical installation and its components. You could have the county or city inspector take a look, or you could find an electrical contractor to help you with the task. Make sure that the home is up to date and safety standards as required by the National Electrical Code. You should have an electrical service that is large enough to supply the home and have room for future expansion.” Read the continuation of the post here.

Things to watch out for

Apartment Therapy for its part came up with a list of ten things to check before buying a new home. Electrician 

“We’ve learned the hard way that there are some very important things that should be checked before signing the papers to buy a new home. Of course, you’ll have a professional do an inspection and look over the place to make sure the home is termite and flood damage free, but these 10 things fall into a different category; the immediate to-do list, which is something you may not want to be adding to right now. Even though there will always be cosmetic changes to make to a new home, trying to avoid costly repairs upon first moving in is always wise. Being able to save that money for the dining table of your dreams (or simply for gas and groceries!) is a big deal.” Read the rest of the post here.

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MoneySense on the other hand listed down the ten common mistakes home buyers usually commit as they ink the deal. Not having a professional inspection is one of the mistakes commonly made.Build Safe

“Mistake #4: They don’t bother with an inspection. During the home buying process there are two specific times when it’s important to have your house inspected. The first is the pre-delivery inspection, a mandatory walk-through for all new homes under warranty. This inspection takes place with your builder shortly before you officially take possession of your home. The second inspection should be scheduled for about one month before your home warranty expires.” Read the rest of the post here.

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Thoroughly inspecting a home before finally sealing the deal is one of the most critical steps future homeowners should make.

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