Updating electrical wiring in the home

21 Nov

The inspection and/or review process by an ESA Inspector may vary depending on the project.An installation may require an inspection at multiple stages if it's complicated.And if the work isn't done in compliance with the Code, the Inspector will issue a defect notice which outlines what corrections must be made.Learn more about inspections: What you need to know about electrical inspections Return to top Once the inspection is complete, whoever took out the permit receives an ESA Certificate of Inspection.He is Technical Blogger and Familiar with English, Hindi, Gujarati, French languages.

The Code is updated every few years to address emerging technology and improvements in safety practices. Return to top If you are hiring someone to do electrical work in your home, they must be a Licensed Electrical Contractor.A Licensed Electrical Contractor is required to display their ECRA/ESA licence number. Learn more about the benefits of using a Licensed Electrical Contractor.You can find a Licensed Electrical Contractor or confirm that your contractor holds a valid licence here.Learn more about permit fees here There are ways that homeowners or occupants* of a home can apply for a permit: 1.Download the applicable Application for Inspection form. Contact our Customer Service Centre at 1-877-ESA-SAFE (372-7233) to speak with a Customer Service Representative.