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Home Inspection Report Troubles?

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We often get asked about home inspection reports and are glad to help because everyone wants to get the sale closed quickly.   Typically we see things like improper grounding, or a lack of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI), or reversed polarity in some outlets.  At other times we see larger issues, like the need to add a new sub-panel or to replace an older service panel.   Whatever the trouble you see on your home inspection report, you can trust Frye Electric to take care of every item, so don’t worry.

home inspectionWhen we fix the electrical items on the list, you can be sure they are fixed correctly.  We have been a licensed electrical contractor in this area since 1975, and with over 40 years of experience we’ve done repairs on hundreds of homes and offices to resolve home inspection findings.    After we fix the items we’ll provide appropriate documentation as proof that each item was corrected as required and in accordance with local electrical codes.

We also often receive great compliments from our customers after a job.  This is one of them from last year, but it is typical of the feedback we receive.

“I have had Frye Electric to my home twice in the last month and both times was extremely pleased with the professionalism and helpfulness of the technicians. Bill, the technician today, eased my mind almost immediately with his knowledge. I was anticipating a major repair and it ended being a minor problem. I would recommend your company without hesitation to anyone needing electrical services.  Ann Penington”

Whether you are a home buyer or a home seller, a real estate agent or a home inspector, we’d appreciate the opportunity to help you resolve any electrical issues in a home inspection report.   Contact us with the information, and we’ll be glad to schedule one of our professional electricians to take care of the work at your convenience.

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