Electrical Upgrades Insurance in Camden
ATECH Security LLC understands Camden’s municipal and state laws. The National Electrical Code (NEC) governs the safety and proper installation of all electrical cabling, wires, panels, conduits and power serving services. Failure to comply with these standards or to meet the permit requirements, could have catastrophic results for you. This could include, losing your insurance coverage and having your rates raised to a premium sum. We are the local electricians who can assist you with the permit application process. Sit down with us and discuss your unique electrical upgrades insurance requirements with a seasoned professional. We’ll help you explore ways to save time and money while making sure your coverage remains intact throughout the entire process.
When Will Your Insurer Require an Electrical Upgrade
Your insurance provider will want a copy of the electrical inspection that was performed when you purchased the property as well as a copy of any inspections performed after an electrical service upgrade. You may need a new electrical panel, or additional wiring updates if you are currently having any of the following problems:
- The electrical panel is hot
- There is a burning, melting, or chemical-type smell coming from the unit
- Your breakers are tripping frequently
- Switches are capable of processing more power than the supporting wiring
- The panel is oversubscribed
- You have aluminum wiring
- Main service panel needs to be replaced to provide more power for the utility
- You have dangerous, old knot and tube wiring
- A fuse box cannot support the required load
- New appliances are being installed which require more power than your service panel can carry
What About Electrical Panel Wiring?
The dangers of putting in a new electrical service box without adjusting electrical panel wiring can be fatal. Statistics show that the chances of electrical fires are significantly higher when a panel upgrade is performed with no attention to the gauge, insulation strength, and length capacity of the circuits. Wiring that is rated to carry a lower amperage can overheat before circuits break, and before you know it, you’re dealing with a fire or the risk of electrocution and shocks. If your property has failed a recent inspection, the prospect of rewiring may seem daunting. Allow us to take the hassle out of making sure your investment complies will all your insurer's requirements.
Find an Electrician Who Puts Your Needs First
There are several good electrician companies in Camden, but only a select few really go above and beyond to put your needs first. Dealing with insurances can be time consuming and demanding enough without having to worry about why your electrical contractors won’t pick up their phone. We’ll be there for you when you need us with, 24/7 solutions, complex policy issues and service panel upgrades.
Your Camden home or business relies on your ability to meet all electrical upgrade insurance requirements in advance of any changes. Call us today to book an appointment to consult with our electrical experts for free.