Electrical Inspections Contractor For Des Moines Tenant Make-Ready’s
On March, 26, 2017
If you’re an investment property owner or are in charge of the property management for residential properties in Des Moines, you’re likely to run into plenty of tenant repair needs or requests for the home. One way to avoid prospective calls for repairs is to ensure the property meets a minimum standard for tenants prior to move in.
Being responsible for the property means you’re it when it comes to handling problems like the house burning down due to electrical fires from bad or old wiring. Avoiding problems like this are for everyone’s best interests.
The make-ready process should entail any electrical repairs or fixing of any electrical components in the home, especially if old wiring or loose connections are present. Unfortunately, many times the problems can’t be seen unless you’re a trained, experienced electrician. So professional electrical inspections should always be done to get a thorough, accurate report of the condition of the home’s electrical systems.
By preparing the home in advance, you avoid potential problems that not only include further repairs down the line but emergency situations you need to avoid. But first you need a good electrical inspection done so you know what condition it’s in and what needs to be done.
Professional Electrical Inspector Contractors Help You Avoid Problems
The home’s electrical system is no place to skimp when it comes to prepping a property for renting. So if the home you’ve invested in has old wiring, you’re much better off having it replaced than trying to see how long you can go with no replacement. This practice is dangerous if you’re counting on luck to see you and the family renting from you through.
Since many of the appliances in the home count on good wiring and good methods of avoiding surge or other damaging effects, the electrical system could also effectively destroy thousands of dollars worth of a home’s major systems including the HVAC system, water heater, dishwasher, refrigerators, freezers, and more.
To do the best by your tenants and to ensure safety in the home for everyone, have professional electrical inspections done by our expert Des Moines Electrical Contractors so you know where you stand with the home’s most important safety issues. Electrical inspections done by caring professional electricians will be thorough and give you the best information on the condition of your electrical system.
Not only are you able to find out what needs to be done for the home electrical systems to be safe, you’re improving you home’s value. A home with good bones is one that has a good, solid core of systems that are in good condition. The structure of the home and the major systems like plumbing, electrical, and HVAC need to be in good shape so you have something to offer tenants.
In today’s world, tenants expect to be safe in their Des Moines homes. And no one should have to live in a building they can’t trust to be safe. Old wiring, old fixtures that haven’t been examined in a long time, or bad outlets and switches all lead to problems you want to avoid. A simple spark is all it takes to start a fire, and all it takes for a spark is an outlet with loose wiring.
Don’t let the home go without properly preparing it for the next occupants. Take your real estate investment and keep it valuable with a quality professional electrical inspection from Lazer Electric & Plumbing!