At lest in those cases an electrician gets called out eventually seeing what was missed. The real issue is when dangerous defects get missed. No electrician sees it and the HO believes their word is solid.Last i checked, about 1/2 of the states had some level of HI certification.
My state does not, so HI could be anything from an engineering firm down to a retired GC
I have had little complaint(s) with the former, yet have had major HI Nightmares from the latter
All i'll say is, if you're thinking that all you need do is blindly address some HI's list of electrical woes, you may be setting yourself up for serious litigation as the last 'electrically qualified entity'* appearing at the structure
*actual summons wording
Funny you should ask that Steve. There is some of my word for word stuff I gracefully loaned out to the proprietor of ES2 in his Flat Rate package, and you are most certainly welcome to access it for the low low price of 99 bucks a month as a subscriber. :thumbup:Well said Mac
In fact, could we inspire you to post a few of your protectant passages here?
It might save a little grief for one of us down the road