June 22, 2015 in Pro Tips
1) Identify Uncertified Electrical Work
If you’re living in a previously owned home, you may want to consider this. Because many homeowners choose to do electrical work on their home for themselves, you may be living in a home with uncertified electrical wiring. We suggest hiring an electrician to ensure that all wiring in your home is certified, which in turn will increase the value and safety. Don’t worry about this if you’re house was brand new when you purchased it though, everything should be certified.
2) Offer Energy Saving Suggestions
We all know that a home with energy saving features is attractive to buyers. Why not discuss energy saving options with an electrician? Because they are not trying to sell you a product, you can have confidence in their unbiased advice.
3) Lighting Design and Upgrades
A professional can assist you in achieving a beautiful lighting plan, inside and outside your home. An updated lighting plan can make a big impact on potential buyers.
4) Upgrade Your Panel, Surge Protection, and Generators
A licensed electrician can answer questions you may have regarding any of these topics. The right electrician can ensure that what you have is sufficient for your home.