Safe is one of the first words that comes to mind when we’re thinking of how we want our homes to be. A solid foundation and a sturdy roof are needed to protect against outside threats. Safety inside is just as important. The condition of your electrical panel is one of the key elements of your home comfort system that should be checked regularly to ensure your home remains a haven and not a disaster. An electrical panel inspection is more than a routine check. It’s a necessary step to get the “safe & sound” environment we all desire.
The team at Dixie Electric, Plumbing & Air believe our most important job is to make sure our customers are safe in their homes with well running home comfort systems. That’s why Dixie is the only company with the “Safe & Sound” Service, aimed at preventing a deadly fire in your home. Unfortunately, this is more important in our area than others.
Did you know that Alabama leads the nation in house fires? Many homes in our state have the original electrical systems that were installed when they were built, many of them in the 1960s and 1970s. At that time, aluminum wire was the norm instead of copper. Copper is a safer conduit of electricity. If you suspect your home is wired with aluminum, and it has been more than one year since your last electrical system inspection, it’s time to call Dixie to keep your loved ones safe and sound.
Why schedule an electrical panel inspection?
For many homeowners, the electrical panel is just a box that distributes power. However, its purpose goes beyond that. It protects our homes from power surges, potential electric fires, and any other hazards associated with shifts in electric current. Think of your electrical panel as a guardian that works behind the scenes to keep you safe and sound.
Electrical panels can wear out over time. They can become outdated, overloaded, or damaged. Ignoring these changes can lead to significant dangers such as fires, electrocutions, or costly damage to household appliances. An electrical panel inspection should be at the top of your list of preventive measures.
What is involved in a Dixie electrical panel inspection?
Dixie Electric, Plumbing & Air offers a “pre-disaster” detection process using state of the art and dependable technologies including Ultrasonic Arc Detection, Infrared Thermal Imaging, and Circuit Tracing. These tests can locate problems before disaster strikes. Our trained electricians will also perform a thorough electrical panel survey, which includes checking your entire panel for loose connections, corrosion, and proper wiring and grounding.
Let us keep you Safe & Sound!
To guarantee the optimal operation of your electrical panel and ensure your home’s safety, choose the “safe & sound service” from Dixie Electric, Plumbing & Air. This specialized service goes beyond inspecting your panel. We’ll also assess your home’s overall electrical health. A few things included in the comprehensive safe & sound service are:
Panel Inspection: Examine the panel for any outward signs of wear, damage, or age. This includes looking at the circuit breakers, checking for corrosion, and ensuring the panel can handle the home’s electrical load.
Wiring Examination: Over time, wires can fray or degrade. A thorough inspection ensures these wires remain in top condition, reducing any risks.
Grounding Verification: Proper grounding is essential to prevent electrical shocks. The service verifies the grounding connections, making sure they’re both intact and effective.
Circuit Analysis: This step assures circuits function as they should, without being overloaded or at risk of short-circuiting.
Invest in regular electrical panel inspections and select a comprehensive safe and sound service to be a proactive homeowner who keeps their home safe and their loved ones shielded from electrical hazards
Dixie’s licensed electricians are standing by 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help our customers with any electrical emergency. Schedule your Safe & Sound Service today to get your electrical panel inspection. The cost is small compared to saving your home or your family. Call Dixie, and it’s done!