Electrical Home Safety
Every year, electrical products are associated with injuries, deaths, and fires in homes. The following checklist is usedto spot possible safety problems before they occur. This checklist is a room-by- room guide and allows to identify and follow up on safety concerns. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission staff recommends inspecting electrical products in your home every six months. Each time you move into a home or change your clocks is the perfect time to check your smoke alarms and perform this checklist
In All Rooms
Lights, Portable Electric Heating Equipment, Three Prong Adapters, Electrical Cords, Electric Outlets, and Switches, Outlets with Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters.
In the Kitchen
Counter Top Appliances, Large Appliances,
In All Bathrooms
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters, Small Electrical Appliances.
In All Bedrooms
In Basement, Garage, and Work Areas
Fuse Box, Circuit Breaker Box
Outside of Your Home
Outlets, Electrical Garden Tools, Extension Cords Used Outdoors Pools and Spas
* We'll go thru the list and check off each item and extend a copy to the home homeowner.