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Electrical Inspections in Phoenix

Thorough Electrical System Safety Inspections in Phoenix

Once a home reaches a certain age, code violations and safety issues can start to pile up. Whether you’re purchasing a home, selling a home, or just have electrical issues on a regular basis that you’d like taken care of, scheduling an electrical safety inspection with Patrick Riley | Isley’s is a great option.

Our professionals are licensed and insured for your peace of mind. By the end of your visit, your home’s electrical will be safe, efficient, and up to code, guaranteed.

We also offer:

  • Upfront, honest pricing

  • 100% satisfaction guarantees on all of our work

  • Flexible scheduling

  • 4.7 star rating on Google…

What's Included

Your Electrical System Safety Inspection Includes:

  • Testing Smoke & CO Detectors

    It’s important to have your smoke and CO detectors tested from time to time. Our electrical inspection and maintenance visit includes a thorough test of every smoke and CO detector in your home.

  • Circuit Breaker & Panel Safety Inspection

    Our experts will evaluate the load your panel and circuits are currently under and test fuses to make sure no electrical hazards exist. If your circuit breaker trips regularly, this safety and maintenance inspection can work miracles.

  • Outlet & Wire Inspection

    We include a complete outlet and wire inspection of the home. If outlets aren’t working, we’ll go in and fix them. If we encounter worn-down wires, we can replace them.

  • Lighting Maintenance Services

    From replacing old lightbulbs to resolving flickering and dimmed lights, our maintenance service takes care of all those frustrating issues around the home.

Price

Cost to Perform an Electrical Safety Inspection in Phoenix

Average cost $149
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Factors that affect your electrical system safety inspection

  • Necessary service repairs: It’s not unusual for your electrician to suggest a repair or two during your inspection. This may be something you already know about, like a broken outlet, for example, or lights flickering on a ceiling fan. Other times, it’s something you didn’t expect, like a panel repair. This can add to the cost, and it’s up to you whether you’d like to resolve those repairs with us that day or do so at another time.
  • Necessary installations & equipment costs: If it’s been a long time since your last electrical safety inspection or your home is particularly old, there’s always a chance that a major electrical system is out of date and needs to be replaced. The most common kinds of replacement services include a panel replacement or a whole-home rewiring. While we may urge you to take care of these as soon as possible, we don’t mean to be pushy. Old wiring and old panels can be quite dangerous, and we only have your best interest in mind.
  • The contractor you hire for the job: Contractors charge varying amounts for electrical safety inspections and maintenance visits based on their years in business, reviews, experience, and other factors. At Patrick Riley | Isley’s, we charge just $149 for our inspection. It’s a great price for what you get, and you’ll sleep better knowing your inspection was done by true electrical professionals.
Schedule Electrical Inspection

How Scheduling Works

Get Your Home’s Electrical Inspected in 3 Steps

  1. Schedule Your Installation

    Schedule your inspection online, or give us a call (602) 280-1793. Pick a day and time that's convenient for you and we'll send a licensed electrician. You’ll receive a courtesy call 30 minutes before your expert arrives, just as a heads up.

  2. Have Your Home’s Electrical Inspected by a Licensed Pro

    Patrick Riley | Isley’s electricians are licensed, well-trained, and experienced in a wide range of electrical systems. They are meticulous, safe, and always willing to answer any questions you have about your home’s electrical wiring, panel, breakers, or anything else you’re curious about.

  3. Resolve Any Important Repairs or Replacements

    Once the inspection is complete, your electrician may suggest repairs or even replacements. It’s not unusual for older homes that have not had an inspection in the last ten years or so to require some additional service work. Your expert will help you prioritize this work, pointing out services that can wait–and services that cannot. Our experts have your best interests at heart, and will always be honest about the repairs and replacements you need.

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