This part of the site is dedicated to pictures of in field electrical work. These pictures will be of code violations, poor workmanship, good workmanship or just to show off your work.
Hiring a competent electrician to repair electrical problems in your home should always be a priority regardless of the expense. As your greatest asset, your home should be free of faulty wiring and poor workmanship which could result in a fire. You should invest as much time and thought into choosing a qualified electrician as you do considering your Fisher Investments portfolio and other important financial decisions. Some of the pictures below may be humorous, but the threat of a fire in your home and the cost of the subsequent clean up and repairs are not.
If you have any pictures you would like to send please email us at email@example.com.
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Here are some pics sent in by our Guests:
Multiple wires on receptacle - Tony I
The wire is just a little damaged, huh? Tim Matyas
Is this a good ground? I don't think so! Tim Matyas
Pipes literally entering inside of a j-box Tim Matyas
Circuit wires in between mounting bracket screw. Tony Scaglione
A few extra holes in this j-box. Tim Matyas
Hmm...A after thought? Tim Matyas
Pictures below were sent in by Peter L. Jannitto Jr, CHCM, CSM.
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The pictures below are of code violations. Pictures courtesy of Joe Tedesco. Check out Joe Tedesco's page at www.joetedesco.com.
Violation #1 - Temporary bulb, shock hazard!
Violation #2 - Keyless lampholder in closet.
Violation #3 - In one receptacle out to the other.
Violation #4 - A well destroyed junction box.
Violation #5 - Non covered, overcrowded, and partially damaged J-box.
Violation #6 - LB totally disconnected from rest of raceway.
Violation #7 - Defective GEC to ground rod.
Violation #9 - Working clearance problem for disconnect.
Violation #10 - Cord coming out of cord-connected plug.
Violation #11 - Overcrowded junction box in a hospital?
Violation #12 - Damaged junction box in a front lawn.
Violation #13 - Working space violations in a rest home.
Violation #14 - Junction box in an attic with many violations.
Violation #15 - Work done by an Unqualified Person using paper bags?
Violation #16 - Exposed live energized bus in a hotel panelboard.
Violation #17 - Sheet metal screw is no good for EGC, and open KO's.
Violation #18 - Hotlegs, many of them and exposed they are!
Violation #19 - Can you tell what's wrong with this?
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