Electrical violations are not something any homeowner wants to see.
Violations that deal with electrical work might include improper grounding, no covering for the electrical paneling, using an unlicensed electrician, not having a permit and not doing the wiring according to requirements.
These violation fines can be costly.
To prevent a violation for using an unlicensed electrician, you must use an electric contractor that is certified, licensed and insured to do the work. In most states, if the homeowner wants to do electrical work themselves, all work must be up to code, and most homeowners are not familiar with the building codes.
A professional electrical contractor will obtain a permit before beginning an electrical project. This insures that a building inspector will inspect the work. All work must be up to code.