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    Knowing how to inspect your electrical service to insure its installed correctly is important for the safety of you and your family.

    Electrical Code Inspection, Service and Grounding Electrical Code Inspection, Service and Grounding
    In this video you will learn all about electrical services, how to evaluate a service, types of services, proper grounding, proper bonding, safety and power requirements for your home. It will give you the knowledge to look at your electrical service and find out if everything is up to code. If you’re going to change your existing service or install a new one you need to know this information, it will insure you pass inspection the first time.
    Available on DVD or Download.

    Video By: Rick Neall, a veteran electrical code inspector and licensed master electrician.

    Video Length: 40 minutes

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