This inspection is usually required by insurance providers when doing a commercial policy. The purpose of this inspection is to verify that no unsafe or inadequate electrical wiring conditions / deficiencies exist at the location.
We are here to help you in the process of getting your commercial property insured, we will check:
If the electrical system in good working order.
If the entire electrical system meets applicable code.
If the system is sufficient for the load requirement.
If the system is properly grounded.
If there are any safety concerns, deficiencies, or update recommendations.
We will inspect the:
Electrical panel (s).
The wiring types.
The light fixtures.
The smoke detectors.
Why do I need a commercial electrical inspection?
Commercial electrical inspection is usually a requirement to get your commercial property insured. It allows insurance companies to know the conditions of the electrical system of the property before insuring them.
Who is supposed to pay for commercial electrical inspection?
The Commercial electrical inspection is normally paid by the client, whether you are getting a new insurance policy or renewing an existing one.
Why is it important to do a commercial electrical inspection?
As mentioned before the Commercial electrical inspection is usually required by your insurance agent in order to help you get your commercial property insured, but regardless of this we recommend for commercial properties or buildings to schedule a commercial electrical inspection every year to make sure the electrical system is up to code and in good working conditions.
Regulations and codes change so this inspection should be an essential part for keeping the commercial property safe as this inspection can alert you of any necessary updates, replacement or repair needed on the electrical system. It will also help you identify potential problems that could increase the risk of fires or electrical shocks.
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