Home Electrical Safety Inspection

Carroll Service Co. is staffed with reliable and experienced technicians who are here to ensure that your home is safe from fire hazards and that old wires and electrical components are upgraded before they can malfunction, putting your family at risk. Based in Keller, we provide annual home electrical safety inspections for homeowners across the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. However, you can also give us a call to ensure your electrical system is up to code before or after a home renovation. 

Smoke Detector & Carbon Monoxide Detector Inspection

An average of 46,700 homes caught on fire due to an electrical failure or malfunction each year between 2015 and 2019, according to a 2022 report conducted by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Meanwhile, the CDC reports that approximately 50,000 U.S. citizens end up in the emergency room each year for carbon monoxide poisoning treatment. 

Don’t become another statistic, make an effort to check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors monthly, replace batteries once or twice a year, and call Carroll Service Co. for a safety inspection once a year. Once our technicians arrive, they will ensure that your home’s smoke detectors are fully functional using vapor-check ground fault plugs. 

Breaker Panel Inspection

During our annual smoke and carbon monoxide detector inspection, we will assess your breaker panel to ensure its completely safe. Carroll Service Co. electricians will start out by inspecting the main service panel cover before checking openings and labels, ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI), arc fault circuit interrupters (AFCI), wiring design, and grounding.

Some issues we commonly find in DFW homes include:

  • Wire corrosion
  • Water leaks
  • Pest damage
  • Burnt electrical components
  • Circuit breaker issues 

How Often Do I Need to Schedule an Electrical Home Safety Inspection?

It’s our duty to inform you that for the safety of your home, you should schedule annual electrical home safety inspections. However, we know that life gets busy and that a lot of people don’t want to spend their hard-earned money until they absolutely have to. Of course, preventative maintenance is a lot more affordable than electrical repairs, but we’re still going to give you the low down on when you can bypass a professional inspection and when it’s absolutely necessary. 

If you’re careful to switch out the batteries on your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, you call for repairs if you smell any burning or notice exposed wires, and your home is fairly new– you might be able to prolong an electrical inspection for a few months.

However, if you’re planning to sell your home, your residence is 40+ years old, you’re beginning renovations, or your homeowner’s insurance requires a home electrical safety inspection– you’ll need to schedule a comprehensive inspection. 

Carroll Service Co.– Home Electrical Safety Inspections

As one of the top electricians in Keller, Carroll Service Co. has had the privilege of keeping Fort Worth homes safe with a host of essential electrical services. Our residential electrical safety inspections include:

  • Main electrical panel servicing
  • Residential attic and crawl spaces
  • Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
  • Circuit breakers
  • Home amperage demands
  • Outdoor electrical system safety
  • Grounding and outlet surge protection

If you need electrical maintenance, a standard home electrical safety inspection, electrical repairs for shoddy work done by other local electricians, help reducing energy costs, or assistance eliminating fire hazards in your home– call Carroll Service Co. at (682) 305-0304. We’ll send out a team of experienced electricians to assess your home, typically the same day, and begin any necessary repairs.

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Surge Protection For Your Entire Home

Do you a surge power strip to protect your flat screen TV’s and Computer equipment? Probably so because they are controlled or operate using a sensitive computer chip and green circuit board. Most people don’t realize their big ticket appliances do too! Your air conditioner, dryer, range, oven, dishwasher, GFCI plugs, and more need SURGE PROTECTION.

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