Electrical Inspection

KEEP YOUR HOME SAFE WITH ELECTRICAL INSPECTION SERVICES FROM A KNOWLEDGEABLE AUGUSTA, GA ELECTRICIAN

The electricians at Voltz Electrical Service offer residential and commercial electrical inspection services for homes and businesses across the CSRA, including Augusta, Evans, Grovetown, Hephzibah, and Martinez, GA, as well as North Augusta, SC. Learn more about some of the common electrical issues that could impact the safety or efficiency of your home or business below. If you have questions or concerns about your electrical systems, contact us today at 706-738-0378 to schedule an inspection.

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Loose Wires


Seventy-five percent of all electrical service problems are caused by loose wires. Most homeowners and businesses never do electrical inspections on their electrical system which leaves these problems undetected. Panel inspections provide a lot of information about the overall health of your electrical system. In some cases, a simple tightening of the wires on a breaker can prevent thousands of dollars in electrical service work.

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Breakers


Circuit breakers are designed for your safety. When the circuit breaker trip, there is usually a problem with the electrical wiring. We can perform an electrical inspection to get to the source of the issue.

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GFCI Protection


GFCI protection is like auto insurance policy. Ninety percent of the time you never need it. However, when you do not have it, it can be debilitating. Ground fault circuit interrupter is a fast-acting circuit breaker designed to shut off electric power in the event of a fault.

Electrical inspection can cover loose wires, breakers, GFCI Protection, etc.

What to Do When Outside Outlets Don’t Work

When your outside outlets are not working: CHECK THE GFCI!

In most homes built after 1970, there is some form of GFCI protection. The GFCI might not be outside. A lot of times pressing the reset button will do the trick.

Learn information about the top causes of electrical fires by visiting the National Fire Prevention Association. Contact Voltz today at 706-738-0378 with questions or to schedule your inspection.