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The National Electrical Code is a widely-recognized benchmark for electrical safety. Work with our experts to ensure your home meets the standard of code compliance.

Code Compliance for Electrical Safety

The National Electrical Code serves to protect people from unintentional danger. Recent examples of code compliance mandates include installing tamper-resistant outlets and ground fault circuit interrupters. Both of these code updates have the potential to prevent injury and save lives. Tamper-resistant outlets protect children from accidental electrocution, whereas ground fault circuit interrupters prevent electrocution. Contact us to discuss a code compliance upgrade.

Code Compliance for Fire Safety

In addition to preventing the danger of accidental electrical shock, code compliance also limits electrical fire hazards. The National Electrical Code recommends against the outdated panels and wiring that pose the greatest risk for an electrical fire. Partner with Mister Sparky Electric to make your home as safe as possible with a code compliance upgrade.

Code Compliance for Homesale

If you’re planning to sell your home, you should ensure it’s up to code ahead of time. The closing process is almost guaranteed to include a home inspection which will feature electrical code compliance. Don’t risk the sale falling through or the unexpected expense of last minute upgrades. If you’re planning to buy a new home, bring us in for a code compliance inspection, before you sign. Whether you are buying or selling, partner with Mister Sparky Electric for the code compliance upgrades you need.

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