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Jody – This is a good topic which I provided some very good information for you earlier.  Understand that Safety is a key factor to getting new work in this economy. One way this is done is through Electrical Safety Inspections. This service for a homeowner can identify key problems that can lead to  disaster if the homeowner does not have these items corrected, and many times it could lead to service upgrades and changes.


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