Electrical Safety – Safety tips and when to call in a licensed Electrician By Matt Berenz of Berenz Home Inspections 360
Happy Thursday! During my home inspections, I have noticed that electrical safety is a common issue. It seems like every day on the news, I read about house fires and I wonder how many of them were electrical related and could have been prevented by simply testing your outlets with a simple $5 outlet tester you can find at your local hardware store? Here are some safety tips I found on the National Fire Protection Association to help keep you and your family safe from electrical fires, as well as, when you should think about calling a licensed electrician.
WHEN TO CALL IN A LICENSED ELECTRICIAN
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