You don't know what the previous home owner might have done.
As you know, most of the electrical wiring in your home is hidden behind the walls, and electrical wiring hazards, irregularities, and code violations are virtually undetectable by the average homeowner. If you are living in an older home, you don’t know what the previous homeowner might have done, and therefore, you don’t know if the electrical wiring in your home is electrically safe and up to the today's electrical, fire, and safety standards.
Birnie HomeSAFE are the experts in residential electrical wiring and systems. We use highly trained residential electricians who are outfitted with state-of-the-art electrical testing equipment to assess and inspect your home's electrical wiring systems in an unobtrusive way to detect, identify, and uncover electrical hazards before they become a fire hazard and/or possibly an emergency. Electrical wiring is the second leading cause of housefires, and Birnie HomeSAFE’s award winning inspection program (electrical risk assessment, ERA) continues to win praise from homeowners, renovators, inspectors, local fire departments, and most importantly, The Electrical Safety Authority of Ontario (ESA).
If you had an electrical hazard in your home that had the potential to cause an electrical fire, wouldn’t you want to know about it?
Yes, you most definitely would!
Steps to get Peace of Mind and the HomeSAFE Electrical Risk Assessment for Your Home.
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We will determine with you if you need a simple service call and repair or if you require an Electrical Risk Assessment done on your home's electrical system.
Get our award-winning ERA inspection done on your home's electrical system so you're informed. Cost is based on the size and extent of the electrical system in your home. Electrical Risk Assessment (ERA) consists of a thorough inspection of every switch, fixture, outlet, wiring, panels, and all other electrical items connected in your home.
We conclude by checking that your smoke and CO alarms are in good working order.
Once the inspection is complete, we will sit with you and explain the outcome of the inspection in simple terms, so you completely understand what has passed, what has failed, and what is a concern with your electrical system.
We will answer any question you have and advise you honestly what needs your immediate attention, so you can confidently decide on next steps to take to make your home electrically safe.
Finally, we will leave you with a detailed copy of your inspection report for your records.
Allow us to repair the electrical safety hazards we found in your home, so you have the peace of mind knowing you, your home, and your family are electrically safe.
Once our repairs are completed, we leave you with a comprehensive 5-YEAR warranty, HomeSAFE Certification, and ESA Inspection Certificate.