Electrical code requirements are updated frequently. As technology advances and techniques improve, the electrical code that governs buildings in the DFW area is updated to make sure the best available practices are used. When it comes time for you to do major work to your building – like completing a renovation project – you’ll likely need to update the electrical system at the same time to meet code.
For help understanding how these rules apply, or to discuss the project you have in mind, contact Walker Air • Plumbing • Electric today. With an expert team on hand and decades of experience in the industry, you can be sure your building is in good hands when we are on the job.
Understanding the Rules
For those not in the electrical profession, simply understanding code updates and what is required to keep your building on the right side of the law can be difficult. Also, it’s hard to know when the new code rules apply to you and what you should do to catch up. Do all renovation projects then trigger the need to conform with new code rules? There are more questions than answers for the average business owner, but Walker Air • Plumbing • Electric can help. Reach out today to get assistance with this potentially confusing situation and we’ll point you in the right direction.
Avoid Unwanted Delays
You don’t want to deal with a failed electrical inspection in your building. When an inspection fails, it will be repeated after the necessary corrections are made. This is frustrating, will lead to additional costs, and could throw off the timing of the rest of your project. To avoid this, you need to work with the right contractor from the start. Make sure your chosen electrician understands the current code rules and how they apply to your building. That way, you should sail through the first inspection and you won’t have to deal with the hassles of repeating it.
Rest Easy Because Walker Air • Plumbing • Electric Knows Code Updates and Corrections
Most building owners don’t know much about electrical work, so they trust a contractor to do the job – and hope the contractor lives up to their expectations. With Walker Air • Plumbing • Electric working for you, there is no reason to worry. We’ll clearly communicate what needs to be done and why, and our teams will handle the job properly right from the start. Let’s get started today!