The contractor forgot to wire the box to the rest of the system

A couple of months ago, my wife and I bought a brand new house.

The house was recently built and part of a new housing development in the neighborhood.

We bought our home for $311,000. It has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2600 ft of living area. The new house came with a residential washer and dryer, stainless steel refrigerator, oven, and stove, and brand new shower and bathroom fixtures in all three of the restrooms. We were in the house for a couple of months before we noticed a pretty significant problem. One of the outlets in the living room did not work. We plugged lots of different electrical items into the outlet, but there was no power to any of them. All of the other outlets inside of the living room work just fine. Eventually I decided to take the outlet apart. Behind the box, there were no wires at all connecting the box to the electricity. I called the home builder and they sent a residential electrician out to the house to check on the problem. The guy removed the outlet and sure enough, there was no electrical wiring behind it. The electrician who originally wired the house must have forgotten this single outlet. It’s a strange thing to happen, but accidents like this do occur every once in a while. The home builder paid for the residential electrician to fix all of the problems with the box and he tested every one of the other outlets to make sure that they were receiving power. We didn’t have to pay for any of it.

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