Properly Inspecting Electrical Wiring
In this video, you will learn about electrical inspections. Some homeowners may ask a contractor to do electrical work without a permit. This is generally not a good idea, because it can be the contractor’s fault if anything were to go wrong.
By attaining a permit, the homeowner is giving permission to the contractor to complete the work, and the contractor is not responsible for any other issues that may arise, which were not their fault. The electrical inspector is going to protect the homeowner. After the contractor does the work, it needs to be inspected before the electrical is sealed up. The inspector is going to look at all kinds of things like electrical boxes, wire placement, and the location of the electrical system. The location of the electrical system is important because certain wires can withstand certain electrical surges. The inspector also wants to make sure that the system is stable and the workmanship is good. The contractor will have to fix any errors that the inspector finds, per the permit. If you are interested in learning more, keep watching this video for more information.