Electrical Code Updates
According to the National Fire Protection Association, electric wiring issues can cause upwards of 30,000 house fires, 200 deaths, 1,000 injuries, and more than $600 million in property damage every year. Additionally, according to the Electrical Safety Foundation International, faulty wiring is the cause of approximately 20% of all electrocutions, with failing to bring a home up to code often being the main issue.
A Dyezz Electrical professional will take the time to do the following:
Check that your home is up to date in terms of electrical wiring and equipment, installation, etc.
Inspect a home that you may be interested in purchasing to make sure that it’s safe
Prevent a delay in the sale of your home due to electrical issues
Protect you from loss of life, injury, liability issues, etc.
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Do you need Electrical Code Updates?
The National Electrical Code is defined as being the nation’s main standard in terms of safe electrical installation and wiring practices, as it establishes electrical code standards for the following:
- Safe electrical design
This code, originally established in 1987, is updated every three years in order to decrease accidents and fire hazards that come from electricity usage.
Due to the overall intricacies and changes to the code, it’s extremely important to have a professional at Dyezz Electrical check your home for any and all outdated wiring.