Section 5.0 - Electrical

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THE HOME GUIDE SYSTEM - SECTION 5.0 - ELECTRICAL

ELECTRICAL INSPECTION OVERVIEW
The electrical portion of a home inspection can be a real challenge at times. The Home Guide Report System covers the two major types of service, overhead and underground. Our report allows you to move through the inspection efficiently. But more importantly you can be assured no stone goes unturned when using The Home Guide Report System.
FOUR-PART ELECTRICAL INSPECTION FORM
Here are just a few of the many elements covered in the electrical inspection: service to building, panel box(es) and distribution, equipment present in building and more. With the VISIBLE CONDITIONS checklist covering over 40 different items, you can be sure your client will be well informed of any issues. Of course the addendum is available if extra space is needed for the electrical inspection notes, or for that matter, any other part of the report.
MAINTENANCE TIPS
Within the electrical section the client will find some very helpful and strongly advised safety and maintenance tips.

A list of electrical tables is included in this portion of the report also. Though most clients will have very little need for these and will not understand the importance of this information, the inspector will benefit when it comes to quick reference during the inspection.
CROSS REFERENCE GLOSSARY FOR ELECTRICAL INSPECTION
The glossary section is as all others, very thorough and professionally written, which in this case is very helpful for the client. For example: Under "Visible Conditions" on the Inspection Form there is item #502, NO DRIP LOOPS. This term is very difficult to even speculate at its definition, let alone understand it clearly.  The client can cross-reference this item or any others in a matter of seconds.