According to the U.S. Fire Administration, there were almost 25k fires attributed to electrical failure across the country in 2020. It is important to ensure that your electrical systems are installed correctly to prevent such dangers from occurring. For that reason, a lot of electrical work in many states must be the subject of an electrical work permit.
So, does this apply to New Jersey? This article aims to answer questions about the scope of electrical work permits in the state. By the end, you should have enough information to be able to plan for any future electrical work in your home.