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A schedule is a common reporting practice for keeping track of electrical equipment in a particular building. It provides a graphical representation or list of all electrical equipment and can help with the readability of inspection reports. It usually contains all equipment, such as panelboards, switchboard, switchgear, and transformers.
To use a schedule, create a chart and include all of the information relevant to the client. It could include the panel number, location, manufacturer, amperage, voltage, phases, and any additional comments or defects.
Note that a schedule doesn’t replace assessments and images in the body of the inspection report; instead, it serves as a reference and summary table. Additionally, schedules may cite page numbers within the report so the clients can easily locate expanded information.
Read How to Use Schedules in Commercial Property Reports to learn more.
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