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In many cases, people who are thinking about doing their own electrical wiring end up having to get an electrical permit for their area of residence. Once the permit has been acquired, which shouldn’t take too long, the self-funded project can start to take place. Once the electrical wiring has been set up and everything is working as it should be, booking an electrical inspection in Cleveland is going to be the next step. In order to pass this inspection with flying colors, there are some points to keep in mind.

Find out What They’re Looking For

In order to pass an electrical inspection, one needs to know what is going to be asked of them. To do so, either look up the information online and print out a check list, or simply ask the inspector when making the appointment. This will make double checking any forgotten steps easy, thus allowing someone to feel more secure about their work.

Know What to Tie Together

A key factor in an electrical inspection is seeing whether or not the grounds have been tied together. The ground wires should be tied together in every outlet and electrical box location. However, refrain from grouping anything else together, as many hot and neutral leads should absolutely remain separate from one another.

Install Fire Blocks

In order to stop an electrical fire from spreading to different sectors in a home, there is something called a fire block that needs to be installed. Any holes omitting a passage needs to be blocked off to prevent fire from using its air supply to travel and expand. Use an expanding fire block foam to seal off any unnecessary holes.

Use Staples

In order to promote safety, wires should be stapled and secured onto the framing. Do this every couple of feet to insure that no wires will hang loose.

Use Wire Nuts

Whether someone is using ground wire or regular wires, the use of wire nuts is needed. Wire nuts are put on to the extremities of the wires to ensure that there aren’t any exposed conductors.

Leave the Circuit Unpowered

While some of the new wiring will tie into the new breaker, leaving them unpowered is a must, since the breaker cannot be powered up until every needed piece has been installed.

Having a good knowledge of electrical wiring can be enough incentive to try and pull off a wiring job without the help of a professional. However, when done improperly, many complications can arise. In order to be confident in the installation, getting the opinion of a professional is mandatory, and so knowing what the inspector will be looking for will come in handy.

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Clover CaresDid you know that when Cover Electric removes a light fixture or ceiling fan from a home it’s donated to help others in our community?

We perform a safety check to make sure it’s in good working condition and ready for its next home.

It's just one way we help support local families, and keep electronic waste out of landfills.

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