One of the most complex parts of the home inspection process is the assessment of the home’s electrical components. There are many working parts, and most of them are hidden behind walls, in crawl spaces, and in attics. But, it’s critical to get this part right, because it identifies those high-priority faults that could cause electrical shocks and fires, putting health, safety, and your investment in the property at risk.
We’ve collected some articles to help you understand what’s involved with this part of the home inspection.
Design-phase maintenance checklist for electrical systems
Energy checklist for homeowners
Do-it-yourself energy checklist for homeowners
Residential Construction Academy: House Wiring
Evaluating wiring in older homes
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General Home Safety Inspection
Heating and Air Conditioning Inspection
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