Did you know electrical failures are the #1 cause of home fires?

Safeguard your home with Air Group’s Power Protection Plan to ensure safety and security.


Peace of mind is priceless. When you join the Air Group’s Power Protection Plan, we’ll thoroughly inspect your home’s electrical systems annually to ensure safe operation and help identify potential problems before they become disasters. Our certified electricians will meticulously inspect your electrical system by performing the following critical checks:

  • Inspect for signs of overheating/arching/oxidation in the panel.
  • Check that breakers/fuses are sized correctly and that the panel cover is secure and accessible.
  • Check that all electrical panels, breakers, and outlets are correctly labeled for easy identification.
  • Examine the service entrance cable for any signs of wear or damage.
  • Verify secure attachment and that there is no corrosion on service conductors.
  • Test and replace smoke/CO detector batteries and check expiration dates.
  • Ensure smoke/CO detector placement in bedrooms, outside sleeping areas, and each level.
  • Inspect outdoor outlets/covers for damage and functionality.
  • Locate and test emergency disconnect switches for major appliances.
  • Check the electric service for proper grounding/bonding and verify that it meets local codes.
  • Test GFCI outlets in wet areas (kitchen, bathrooms, outdoors.) for proper operation.


  • 1Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs), Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters Check GFCIs
    • Kitchen
    • Bathrooms
    • Garage
    • Laundry Room
    • Outdoors
  • 2Panels/Electric Meter Panels
    • Check wiring connections are secure
    • Check busbar for signs of arching/oxidation
    • Confirm panel is not overloaded
    • Check for surge protection
    • Check outdoor meter panel
  • 3Circuit Breakers/Fuses
    • Make sure circuit breakers are the correct current rating for their circuit
    • Confirm no circuits are doubled on breaker
    • Confirm breakers are UL listed for panel
    • Confirm no burn marks/melting on breaker
  • 4Fire/Smoke/CO Detectors (Appropriate Locations/Quantities)
    • Check operation for interconnected or battery detectors
    • Check expiration dates
  • 5Grounding/Bonding
    • Check for proper grounding/bonding
    • Confirm cold water grounding
    • Confirm water heater jumper
    • Confirm CSST bonding (if applicable)
  • 6Outlets
    • Check for ungrounded outlets
    • Check for tamper resistant outlets
    • Avoid overloading outlets with too many plugs/appliances
  • 7Missing Cover Plates
    • Check for any missing or broken wall plates and open splice boxes
  • 8Extension Cords
    • Check to see that extension cords are not overloaded and only used on a temporary basis, not as permanent wiring
    • Make sure cords are in good condition: not frayed or cracked
    • Make sure cords are not under carpets or rugs or any furniture rests on them
  • 9Space Heaters
    • Do not use space heaters with extension cords; plug directly into an outlet on a relatively unburdened circuit
  • 10Outdoor Fixtures/Outlets
    • Check outdoor fixtures and outlets are not compromised from weather conditions
    • Check that outlets are GFCI protected


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