Electrical Safety Inspection

In Star & Surrounding Area

WHAT DOES OUR ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION INCLUDE?

Electric Panel

Your circuit breaker panel distributes electricity to various parts of your home. It must be in top working condition always. Faulty circuit breakers, loose wires or hot spots can lead to an electrical fire. We care a lot about your safety so we will do our best to make sure your breaker box is working perfectly. We recommend that you have at least one major inspection of this component every year.

Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detectors

Smoke and dangerous gas detectors can save your life when they are well maintained. But a faulty poisonous gas detector is a mere decoration if it is faulty. That’s why we help you to inspect this device. During the inspection, we test the batteries and make sure the device will protect you and your commercial space.

Arc-Fault Protection

An arc-fault can heat up your wires and melt the insulation around them. When plugs are slightly loose, it may lead to arching. And this may cause an electrical fire outbreak.
Arching is a real safety hazard, but most times it’s a hidden danger. Arching may not cause your circuit breaker to trip off. But it could disrupt the current and start a fire. At Keely Electric, we are committed to preventing fires caused by arching. We can help you prevent an arc-fault by installing a high-quality arc-fault circuit interrupter (AFCI).
After installing an AFCI, you should get it tested every month. Then include it in your annual inspection routine. Our electricians always inspect this device during our clients’ routine annual electrical inspections.

GFCI Outlets

GFCI stands for ground fault circuit interrupter. It protects you from receiving an electric shock anywhere there’s water. GFCI outlets work best in bathrooms, on kitchen counters and pool areas. You need to test these devices monthly and get them inspected once a year by a professional.

Tamper-Proof Outlets

Tamper-proof outlets protect kids and even adults. But if you have little kids, you have to make sure your home is baby-proofed. If you call us now, we can inspect all your outlets and help you find those that we need to upgrade to prevent your toddlers from getting injured.

Back-stab Connections

Some electricians cut corners by setting up back-stab connections. These sub-standard connections may save the electrician cost while installing power outlets and switches. But they increase the risk of electrical fires as they tend to overheat. Our certified electricians will help to detect and repair any of these connections.

Indoor and Outdoor Lighting

We can help you cut down your energy bills. Just allow us to inspect your interior and outdoor lighting. We’ll recommend the best-LED lighting fixtures for your home that use 80 percent less energy than other bulbs. That’s why our inspection fee is an investment and not a cost. Our inspection and LED light installation will keep giving you energy cost savings month after month.

Lightning and Surge Protection

Do you want your home to withstand a lightning strike or power overload? Your answer is most likely YES! Then call us now to inspect your surge and lightning protection device. If you don’t have one installed, we can help you to do that too. In Tulsa, you need to have lightning protection due to our weather.

Standby Generator Inspections

Generators are only great when they respond instantly during emergencies. But a poorly maintained generator is not a reliable backup. Give us a call for a free inspection.

GIVE US A CALL TODAY FOR YOUR ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION AT (208) 991-0122

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Steven H.

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Phenomenal service! The owner responded immediately and performed same day service, while other companies took days to call back. They didn’t try to oversell us on unnecessary work and the rates were far better than the competition. Should the need arise we will most definitely use this company again in the future.

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Danii J.

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So glad we came across this company! Keely Electric is great to work with and extremely knowledgable. Reasonable pricing and a job well done. Doesn’t get any better than this!

Sam R.

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Keely Electric replaced my breaker box and added outlets to my older home. They were professional, courteous, on time, and cost-efficient. I highly recommend them. With an older home, there are always unexpected problems but they were able to find solutions. I wish every experience I’ve had with the workman was as good as with Keely Electric

Frequently Asked Questions

WHY DOES MY ELECTRICAL OUTLET OR LIGHT SWITCH FEEL HOT TO THE TOUCH?

Heated outlets and light switches aren’t normal and could signify serious trouble. If you’re experiencing this problem, we recommend calling Keely Electric for an immediate inspection. Power overloads, loose wires, weak connections—all these can cause heat buildup and all can potentially lead to serious issues, including fire, if not quickly addressed.

WHY DO I KEEP BLOWING FUSES OR TRIPPING CIRCUIT BREAKERS?

Usually, a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker happens because you’ve overloaded a circuit with too many appliances or other heavy-use devices. Refrigerators, microwave ovens, stoves, air conditioners, plugin heaters, and toasters are notorious for causing this problem. However, continually blown fuses or tripped breakers could signify a more serious issue. If you’re experiencing this problem, we recommend calling Keely Electric for inspection.

HOW DO YOU TAKE CATE OF FRAGILE ITEMS/ANTIQUES?

Blinking/flickering lights can be caused by a number of issues. The first and most easily diagnosed and fixed is a faulty or improperly secured/sized bulb. Blinking and flickering can also be caused by an inadequate number of branching circuits throughout your home or business, frayed wires, or loose connections in a breaker or meter box or even throughout the entire building. Although the latter issues are all serious and can lead to overheating and fires, it’s impossible to pinpoint the problem without an inspection by a certified electrician. If tightening or changing bulbs doesn’t resolve flickering/blinking, call Keely Electric

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OFFICE LINE

(208) 991-0122

EMAIL

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WORKING HOURS

9:00am – 5:00pm

OFFICE LINE

(208) 991-0122

EMAIL

keelyelectric@gmail.com

OFFICE HOURS

9:00am – 5:00pm