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Electrical Safety Inspections

It's better to be safe than sorry! Thomas Edison Electric offers expert electrical safety inspections to help resolve electrical woes and prevent hazards.

An electrical safety check can safeguard your home or business and give you peace of mind. When little things go wrong, it can be easy to ignore them. Unfortunately, there’s no such thing as a “little” concern when it comes to electricity. That’s because even minor electrical malfunctions can point to something much larger. An electrical safety inspection can help put you at ease.

Common Electrical Hazards

If you have buzzing outlets, hot-to-the-touch electrical outlets, or frequently blown fuses, it’s time for an electrical safety inspection. Whether your home or business is older or just experiencing electrical overload, an expert assessment can get to the root of your issues. 

Electrical hazards like unsafe toasters, chandeliers, and hair dryers

Frequently Blown Fuses

Most of us experience a blown fuse from time to time. But if it’s becoming a regular occurrence, it’s time to bring in the professionals. Frequently blown fuses might point to a problem with the breaker, damaged or outdated outlets, damaged wiring, or an overloaded circuit.

Noisy Outlets

Electrical outlets should be seen and not heard. If your outlet is buzzing, spitting, or humming, the message it’s sending isn’t a friendly one. Contact the licensed team at Thomas Edison and let us solve the case of the talkative outlet.

Frequently Dimming or Flickering Lights

If a light is dimming or flickering, there could be a simple explanation. It could be a faulty switch or a problem with the bulb itself. On the other hand, regularly dimming or flickering lights could point to an overloaded circuit, loose wiring, or voltage fluctuation. An electrical inspection can help diagnose and repair the issue. 

Electrical Safety Inspections

A home in electrical distress will send clear signals alerting you to the need for professional action. With an electrical safety inspection, our trusted electricians can determine why your electrical system is functioning poorly. You can think of an electrical safety check as a preventative measure that can save you a lot of money and heartache in the long run. 

When Do I Need An Electrical Safety Inspection?

If you’re experiencing electrical issues or have an older home or business, getting an electrical safety inspection is a good idea. Older systems weren’t designed to handle modern electrical loads, so they struggle with the demand, and significant safety issues can arise. 

What Does An Electrical Safety Inspection Involve?

During an electrical safety check, we can inspect:

  • Your electric meter for potential defects

  • The capacity of your circuit breaker, including any risk of overload

  • Electrical wires to see if they are damaged, exposed, or frayed

  • Whether your GFCI outlets are properly wired and in good working order

Electrical Safety Inspection Benefits

Malfunctioning electrical systems are bad news. They cause frequent issues, make your home less energy efficient, and put your family in danger. Since electrical demand has increased dramatically, you may need repairs or upgrades to keep everything running safely and smoothly. An electrical inspection will reveal what’s required.

Why Thomas Edison Electric?

With Thomas Edison in your corner, you don’t have to face electrical problems alone. Our team will work tirelessly to ensure your peace of mind, any time of day or night. We have highly trained & licensed electricians available 24 hours, 7 days a week.


Our skilled professionals deliver safe, affordable, long-lasting electrical services.


Your time is precious. If we’re late, we’ll waive your dispatch fee.


Transparent pricing means written quotes with no surprises.

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Homeowners and business owners trust Thomas Edison for our transparent quotes, on-time arrival, and 24-hour service. We cover everything from emergency electrical issues to home EV charging stations to house rewiring and upgrades.