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What do electrical inspection and testing services include?
Electric testers and test light electricians know their way to almost any type of electrical system. You can hire them for commercial or domestic electrical testing, and ensure that the circuits are operational and safe to use. They follow a set of inspection and testing processes that are compliant to the industry standards. And with the use of appropriate test equipment, they can also identify hidden leaks and damages that are not as visible.
Electrical installation testing and inspecting
Electricians inspect the quality, durability, and safety of various electric equipment before doing any installation. They check for any damages or defects and verify if the materials are compliant with local standards. If the electrical systems are already mounted on your walls or ceilings, Taskers can examine them before covering them with your insulation.
The process involves reviewing the general circuitry, GFCI and AFCI protection, electrical boxes and their switch heights, and cable wiring methods. If needed, they can also provide electrical wire listing and labeling.
Final electrical safety check
It’s always wise to get a final electrical inspection before you occupy a new space. Once the walls and ceilings are finally covered and painted, you can book an expert electrician to visit the site for one last electrical safety test. They can verify if the wires, cables, light and electrical fixtures are secured, hung, and mounted to places. Plus, they can also check if they are efficiently bonded and connected to their appropriate sources.
Periodic inspection and testing
Every electrical installation ages and weakens over time. Whatever the reason, you can avoid potential accidents by booking a periodic electrical inspection service. Doing so can help you monitor the condition of your existing cables, wirings, and electrical boxes. The process involves a series of tests, including:
- inspection of insulation resistance
- continuity of conductors
- earth fault loop impedance
- electrical leads and residual current devices (RCDs)
The purpose is to identify potential risks that could compromise your safety in the long run. Some crucial things to look out for are overloaded electrical circuits, possible fire and shock hazards, and poor earthing and bonding. After the service, your electrician can provide a detailed inspection report with suggested repairs in case defects are found.