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Electrical Renovations

Fuse/Breaker Panels & Service Upgrades

New Electrical Construction

Lighting Design, Installation & Repair

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When buying a home, you’ll want to know if any electrical defects or safety hazards exist before investing. Key items of concern are things like out-dated or unsafe electrical service panels, missing GFCI protection, aluminum wiring, and grounding problems. The peace of mind you will have knowing that a licensed electrician – a professional in the electrical field – inspected your home, is well worth the money. Roberts Electrical of Sudbury and surrounding areas can bring you that peace of mind at an affordable rate.

Whether you’re buying a home, living in an older home, or just moving in to a new home, here are some ideas that can help you. If you’re in the buying process, the things to look for are safety and repair aspects. Roberts Electrical can offer you an inspection to check for these items. Although a home inspector does a very thorough generalized inspection, there is the chance for potential electrical problem areas to be missed. However, if you hire an experienced licensed electrician, your electrical inspection will be more thorough and you can get an estimate for the cost of the repairs at the same time.

At Roberts Electrical, we provide a thorough home electrical safety inspection. We closely follow all items and current electrical codes as specified by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). The National Fire Protection Association has ensured that electrical installation codes are in place to promote safety in the home; any codes generally are in place to promote proper electrical system operation and prevention of electrical fires and the tragic loss of life and limb. We will go through the electrical wiring, electrical devices, and all electrical systems in your home or business to ensure that your electrical wiring is up to the NFPA standard. If we find something that is currently not up to this standard, it’s possible that we can offer you a price to correct the situation while on site in your home.

We will also go through your electrical service panel to check for proper connections, proper grounding, checking the main disconnect, as well as looking for possible damage due to age or from the elements. Other items we look for are proper grounding throughout your electrical wiring, and we conduct polarity checks at your electrical receptacles. We observe dimmers for excessive heat buildup and proper function. These are just examples of a few of the items that need to be checked.

Roberts Electrical will provide you with a written report of our findings of the home electrical safety inspection as well. The home electrical safety inspection program offered by Roberts Electrical of Sudbury and surrounding areas, is just one of the many residential electrical services we offer.

Our Services

Electrical Renovations

Fuse/Breaker Panels & Service Upgrades

New Electrical Construction

Lighting Design, Installation & Repair

Backup Power Generator

Service Calls & Emergency Repairs

Old Wiring & Rewire

Solar Power Systems

Heat Trace

Electric Heating

Equipment Connections

Sauna & Hot Tub

Voice Data, Security, CCTV, Networking, Low Voltage, Cabling.

Electrical Inspections

Industrial Electrical Solutions

Electric Tint

Phase Converters

Indoor Garden Electrical

Electrical Supplies

Insurance Electrical Inspections

The primary reason for an electrical inspection is safety– and the peace of mind that comes with the reduced risk of fire and electrocution in your home. It can also mean cost relief, not just from high hydro bills, but also from steep insurance premiums.

Insurance companies like safe homes. Safe homes mean fewer fires resulting in fewer insurance payouts. Often, insurance companies will reduce your insurance premiums if a professional electrical inspection is done. Sometimes when you switch insurance providers, your new provider will ask for a home electrical inspection from a licensed electrical contractor. It can even happen when you’ve had the same provider for a number of years, often after a claim– or if your home is more than 30 years old.

Even aside from the insurance premium savings, it’s best to ensure the safety of your home and family with annual preventive inspections to ensure that the wiring, circuit breakers, and outlets are up to date and that there is no overloading.

Safety, peace of mind, and potential monthly savings on hydro and insurance are all good reasons to contact us today at Roberts Electrical.

Call Today for a FREE Quote! (705) 561-9339

Our Services

Electrical Renovations

Fuse/Breaker Panels & Service Upgrades

New Electrical Construction

Lighting Design, Installation & Repair

Backup Power Generator

Service Calls & Emergency Repairs

Old Wiring & Rewire

Solar Power Systems

Heat Trace

Electric Heating

Equipment Connections

Sauna & Hot Tub

Voice Data, Security, CCTV, Networking, Low Voltage, Cabling.

Electrical Inspections

Industrial Electrical Solutions

Electric Tint

Phase Converters

Indoor Garden Electrical

Electrical Supplies

Defect Corrections

Electrical codes are designed to ensure safety in all electrically wired buildings. But we hardly expect that most Canadian home and business owners carry around a copy of the Canadian Electrical Code (specifically the C22). Nor do we expect that our local customers are up-to-date on local requirements. That’s where we step in to ensure that these codes are being met. Your safety is our concern, too.

Canadian Code revisions are scheduled on a three-year cycle. The Code outlines in detail the wiring methods that are acceptable. Anyone installing electrical wiring is required to comply with the Code rules.

Is your home, office or commercial building up to code? Call Roberts Electrical today to ensure your home or business meets the safety and legal requirements of Canadian and local codes. We’ll inspect for violations and correct them as necessary.

Call Today for a FREE Quote! (705) 561-9339