According to the NFPA ( National Fire Protection Agency ) electrical fires are the leading cause of both deaths and property damage in home structure fires. In addition, the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) identifies small appliances plugged into inadequate or improper home wiring as the leading cause of accidental electrocution. These safety hazards can be prevented with our electrical maintenance agreement.
Nipper Electric offers our Take Charge Club, a safety, savings, and priority service annual maintenance agreement. Making sure your home’s electrical system is running safely, efficiently, and at it’s optimal performance level is no accident. You are going to need Nipper Electric to Take Charge™!
Nipper Electric’s annual 115 point inspection of your home’s electrical system will ensure its efficiency and safety. It can reduce breakdowns so much that we will waive 100% of the service charge and diagnostic cost during normal business hours with paid repair.
As a member, you will save up to 10% on parts, products, and services while your plan is current. These savings alone could more than pay for your annual service.
As a member, if you ever need service, you will receive priority scheduling when setting your appointment. Your job will take precedence over others, and you will jump to the front of the line
Nipper Electric’s annual service can reduce breakdowns so much, we waive the service charge/dispatch fee, during normal business hours. Also all estimates are FREE!!
We will provide a LIFETIME WARRANTY on all of our ”Recommended” repairs and installs in your home, as long as your agreement remains active
Circuit Breaker Maintenance, done annually, will keep your electrical panel operating at its peak performance level preventing untimely breakdowns, while ensuring the safety of people in your home.
You receive $50 OFF our copper bus bar circuit breaker box solution for each consecutive year you remain a Club Member.
- The main electrical panel with an infrared test (FLIR) to check for hot spots within the electrical system.
- The mechanical parts of your electrical system for proper operation.
- Smoke detector operation, including the interconnection circuitry.
- Outlets for polarity, reverse polarity, and proper grounding.
- Ground fault receptacles for operation (Review Locations)
- Grounding bridge interior and exterior
- Operation and size of main breaker
- Trip settings for Installed breakers and loose termination points
- Antioxidant compound on aluminum wires
- Corroded connection points
- Acceptable amperage readings
- Service entrance cables
- Exterior service meter
- Power company termination ports
- Exterior grounding connection
- Grounding and bonding points
- Proper mounting of equipment
- All aluminum wires in the panel for signs of oxidation