As Michigan residents know, our climate can fluctuate from hot to cold in a moment’s notice. Humidity levels jump, pressure drops, tornadoes or big snow or ice storms blow through, and they can ravage the roads during a Michigan winter. These conditions not only ravage the outdoors, they can effect your home’s electrical systems, which can hurt the performance of your HVAC system. Reliable heating and cooling system performance is essential for Michigan homes, and yet they can be subject to power failures. Electrical problems can be common, and if you experience them you’ll want electrical repairs performed as soon as possible.
That’s where your friends at FLAME Heating, Cooling, Plumbing and Electrical come in. FLAME expert technicians are licensed and insured in the state of Michigan to perform residential electrical inspection, residential electrical repair, and residential electrical installation.
It all starts with a call from you, and FLAME will perform a complete evaluation by one of our highly-trained technicians.
FLAME’s comprehensive Home Electrical Repair Inspection includes:
- Check all switches: single pole, three ways and four way
- Check for correct polarity on all 110 volt duplex devices
- Check G.F.I. devices for proper operation **
- Check for correct grounding on all 110 volt duplex devices *
- Check G.F.I. devices for proper locations, as per electrical code **
- Check smoke detector 110 volt and battery for proper operation
- Check carbon monoxide detector
- Check electrical panel for correct labeling
- Check for proper grounding in the electrical panel *
- Check for proper grounding at the water meter *
- Check for electrical ground rod connection outside *
- Check for damaged electrical devices
- Check for damaged electrical device covers in the house
- Check for weatherproof covers on all outside devices
- Check all outdoor lighting for proper operation
- Check for bath exhaust fan operation
- Check for proper operation on door bell system
- Check dedicated circuits, furnace, refrigerator, dishwasher, etc.
- Check all breakers for loose wire connections
- Check for loose wire connections on neutral bars in the electrical panel
- Check for sub electrical panels in stairways, garage, sheds and etc.
Now, that’s a long list of to-dos that you do not have to worry about, because it is all handled by a FLAME electrical expert. Next time you suspect an electrical failure in your home, FLAME is your go-to pro for electrical flow.
*Grounding is the bond between your electrical equipment and the earth.
**G.F.I. stands for ground fault interrupt device normally near water location.