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SWIS is always striving to better serve our customers. We are proud to announce that we have most recently been approved to inspect in Rye Brook in Westchester County. The application process takes a few days so be sure not to start any work until you have received notification from the Building Inspector. This rule is strictly enforced and may result in fines if not adhered to. 

Please feel free to contact the Rye Brook Building Department Directly at 914-939-0668 if you have any questions or if this is your first time filing with Rye Brook. 

We encourage you to review our COVERAGE AREA frequently where you have access to a complete listing of the municipalities we serve. In addition to the permit policy for each municipality, you will find links to Local Electrical Permit Applications as well as links to City and Village websites.


  • Per Greenburgh Building Department, all processed permits in which does not list all work including HVAC Systems will be subject to rejection. Please list all work including HVAC Systems prior to filing permits.

  • A Separate Fire Alarm Application is also required per Greenburgh Building Department, to install any Fire Alarm Device ( i.e., smoke, carbon, e.t.c)



    Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the


    that went into effect in New York State on April 1, 2019


    below is from the NYS Department of State website

    • New Residential Smoke Alarm Sales Requirements

    Go into Effect April 1

  • The New York State Division of Consumer Protection today alerted New Yorkers that, effective April 1, 2019, all new or replacement smoke detectors offered for sale in New York State must either be powered by a sealed, non-removable battery with a minimum battery life of 10 years or hard-wired to the building.
    “Smoke alarms save lives by providing warnings to allow us to get out of the house before we are trapped by fire or smoke,” said New York Secretary of State Rossana Rosado, who oversees the Division of Consumer Protection. “The new smoke detectors do not require periodic battery replacements, and therefore reduce the possibility of human error. This is an important law that will undoubtedly save lives.”
    Retailers will be able to sell any remaining residential-type removable battery-operated smoke detecting alarm devices in their inventories or were ordered prior to April 1. All product packaging containing a sealed, non-removable battery-operated smoke detector must include the following information: the manufacturer’s name or registered trademark, the model number of the smoke detecting alarm device, and that the smoke detector has a minimum battery life of ten years.
    Installation of smoke detectors is governed by applicable regional fire and building codes, which are not impacted by this change.  Neither this new law nor regional fire and building codes will require the removal and/or replacement of any existing smoke detector powered by a replaceable, removeable battery that was installed in compliance with such codes.
    For safety, alarms should still be checked for effectiveness twice each year by pressing the test button on the front of the detector.
    For more information on keeping homes safe, please review the Division of Consumer Protection’s Safety Tips for Today’s Home.
    For questions about the new law or to file a marketplace consumer complaint against a business or individual, please contact the Division of Consumer Protection Hotline at (800) 697-1220 or visit our website at www.dos.ny.gov/consumerprotection. The Consumer Assistance Hotline is open Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm. You can also follow the Division of Consumer Protection on social media on Twitter: @NYSConsumer  and Facebook: www.facebook.com/nysconsumer.


Our Mission


State Wide Inspection Services is committed to “Service with Integrity“.

We will serve the public, as well as the Electrical Contractor to the very best of our ability.

Safety, integrity, innovation and professionalism is what you can expect from SWIS.

Beginning January 2019 the following fee will apply:

Minimum fee of $90.00, reflects a $5.00 increase.

Small increase square footage fees less than 10% in most cases.

This nominal increase will enable SWIS to continue to provide timely inspections and certificates.

We look forward to continuing to provide excellent service for many years to come and appreciate as well as thank you for your support !!

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