Electrical Services To Your Rental Property
As a landlord or commercial property owner, you’re responsible for the electrical system of your tenant’s space. It’s an everyday, essential part of your renter’s lives, so you’ll want to make sure your electrical system is up to code and safe so there is no potential to cause injuries to your tenants, or damage or fires to your property. To keep an up-to-date, well-maintained, safe electrical system, call Logan Electric. We provide landlords with electrical inspections, maintenance, repairs, installations, or replacements. We’ll make sure your apartment complex or rental home meets all of the legal requirements that landlords must comply with for the electrical safety standards when renting out a property. We’ll also give you solutions to optimize your energy efficiency, cutting your energy bills down.
Don’t chance an electrical disaster when it comes to renting out your property. For the safety of your renters and your property, call the experts at Logan Electrical Services, and we’ll provide you with affordable, high-quality solutions to your electrical problems.Get A Whole House Inspection
From outlets to light fixtures and everything in between, a landlord must ensure that their rental property’s electrical system is operating properly before a tenant takes possession of the unit. It’s actually required by law. For example, if a tenant’s outlet stops working, the landlord is responsible for finding the root problem and arranging a repair (and that’s where we come in to help).
When it comes to ensuring the safety of an electrical system in a rental property, start with a whole home safety inspection from a licensed and insured electrician, like our pros at Logan Electric. We recommend routine preventative maintenance. We’ll be able to detect smaller issues and prevent them from turning into a bigger, more costly repair.
A landlord can ask tenants to carry out regular visual checks and report on any electrical mishaps. This way, if there is anything out of the ordinary with your rental property, you’ll know about it, and be able to schedule a repair sooner. Tenants can check for broken casing or plugs, damaged cables or wires, loose parts or wires, cracks, dents, or bent parts, or missing parts. But for their safety, make sure they don’t DIY a repair. Instead, call our professionals and we’ll have your electrical issue taken care of in no time.