So I got an inspection, and failed. I brought in my electrician to install all new detectors. Now the agent is saying I have to pay another service fee to have them checked again. Is this really needed? I'm not a cheapskate so if it means the difference between being legally exposed if there is a fire and being 100% risk free then sure I'll pay it. I'm not going to lose sleep over $100-200. But paying the cost of two inspections seems like overkill. If my electrician is certified, surely this isn't necessary? Or do I need to obtain some sort of special safety certificate that most regular electricians are unlikely to be able to provide?