UL, “Underwriters Laboratories”, is a national recognized testing laboratory (NRTL) that provides evaluations on products for safety
and usage. They are not associated with, nor do they provide electrical inspections. Often our certificate is incorrectly referred to as
a UL certificate, although the correct reference should be Electrical Approval Certificate.
No, our list of approved municipalities is located in the “coverage area” section on our site. Feel free to call us to ask about a
specific town, village or city as more municipalities continue to empower SWIS for inspections.
No, pools are one of the most serious life safety areas. In most cases pools are installed for recreational use with children. If the
pool is not wired as per the National Electrical Code, Article 680 of the NEC, it may not be a safe pool. Consult a licensed electrical
contractor for your pool wiring.
No, we are an inspection company, providing visual inspections only. Your independent licensed electrical contractor provides
violation corrections. Check your local yellow pages for a licensed electrical contractor.
Westchester County License Electrical Contractors Association (WCLECA), Putnam County Electrical Contractor Association
(PCECA), International Association or Electrical Inspectors (IAEI), Dutchess County Electrical Contractor Association (DCECA)