There are numerous boxes that must be checked for your electrical installations to be NEC compliant. In this article, we outline these essential components so that you know what is expected. It is useful to know precisely what the electrical inspection points include so that your installation can be ready to receive the go-ahead from an electrical inspector.
Before your actual inspection, the electrical inspection points serve as a handy guide. First, you’ll have the rough-in inspection before wires in walls, ceilings and floors are covered. The second and final inspection occurs when the project is finished but before you move in. With the right contractors on the job, you can rest assured that all electrical work will pass the inspection.
Everyone involved in the building and installation process (such as the project managers and contractors) should always comply with the above points. The National Electric Code provides these checkpoints as quality and safety assurance for you and your family.
Professional electricians from Art Plumbing, Air Conditioning & Electric can further guide you and ensure that all installations are ready, according to building codes, to pass the electrical inspection the first time around. With a solid team managing the electrical work, you have peace of mind that the job will be done safely, efficiently and professionally.
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