Schedule Electrical Inspections in Austin, TX
Searching for a trusted electrician to provide a comprehensive electrical inspection? Work with the professionals who have your best interest in mind. RC’s Plumbing and Electrical Company LLC is your Austin electrician committed to ensuring your safety and peace of mind. Give us a call today to discuss any concerns you may have and make an appointment for a full electrical inspection.
What Do We Look for During Inspection?
A comprehensive electrical inspection will include the following:
When Should You Schedule an Electrical Inspection?
You are Purchasing a New Home
It’s easy to get drawn into a charming old property. But keep in mind that most older homes (and some newer ones too) may have hidden electrical issues. Do your part as a diligent homebuyer and make sure to check if an inspection has already been performed. If not, call the team at RC’s to schedule an immediate inspection. We’ll help you move into your new home with greater peace of mind!
You Have Recurring Electrical Problems
Electrical issues are often caused by poor installations, worn out or damaged circuit breakers, or an outdated/inadequate electrical system that can’t keep up with your appliances or electronics. A comprehensive inspection will need to be performed on your system to determine the cause of your problem.
Storm or Water Damage
Appliance or Equipment Upgrades
Are you planning to upgrade to new appliances or electrical equipment? Many homeowners are discovering the benefits of tankless water heaters and personal EV charging stations. Make sure new appliances and equipment are installed by licensed professionals who can properly inspect your current electrical system and make sure it’s able to handle the demands of your new additions.
You Live in an Older Home
If your home was built before the 1960s, it might still have original knob-and-tube wiring or two-prong outlets. In most cases a well-maintained home won’t have any problems with older electrical systems. But we do encourage you to schedule an inspection if you begin to notice ongoing problems.