I did a small kitchen renovation that involed fishing in a couple new plugs and ganging up some switches. As a good contractor would do I pulled a permit and had an inspection done on the scope of my work. To my surprise I received 3 defects for other areas of the house that were outside the scope of the inspection and were not part of the work I had performed. Has anyone else had a similar experience with ESA inspectors doing this? Pretty sad and unenjoyable when you do the right thing by taking out permits, just to be nailed for defects on other items that did not involve you. I am not sure about anyone else but I strongly feel that some ESA inspectors are out to get the little guy instead of working with them! I hope someday ESA is not the only agency that is approved to do electrical inspections.
Edited by mr_electrician (07/09/09 08:56 AM)
Edit Reason: spelling
Never trust an electrician with no eyebrows!!