Electromagnetic Field Inspections
A home inspection is a visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a home, from the roof to the foundation. The goal of a home inspection is to identify any major defects that could affect the safety, livability, or value of the home.
One of the systems that is often inspected as part of a home inspection is the electrical system. The inspector will look at the service panel, wiring, switches, outlets, and any other components of the electrical system.
One component of the electrical system that is often overlooked is the electromagnetic field (EMF). EMFs are created by electrical current, and they can be harmful to people and animals if they are exposed to them for long periods of time.
That’s why it’s important to have an electromagnetic field inspection as part of your home inspection. An inspector will use a special meter to measure the strength of the EMFs in the home. If the levels are high, the inspector will make recommendations for how to reduce them.
If you’re buying a home, it’s important to have an electromagnetic field inspection as part of your home inspection. The inspector will measure the levels of EMFs in the home and make recommendations for how to reduce them. If the levels are high, it could be a sign that there are major defects in the electrical system that need to be fixed.
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