I have been asked to make sure that the wiring of a fire-damaged home is clear to be turned back on. I inspected any and all cables that ran from the breaker box into the different circuits of each of the home's rooms for damage. While there was a significant amount of damage caused by both the smoke and the fire that happened within the kitchen (where the fire started), there was only smoke damage to the rest of the home. That being said, would it be safe to say that the electric could safely be turned back on if the damaged circuits in the kitchen were simply turned off until it is rewired? Any suggestions would be helpful. Thank you for your time.