Whole House Rewire

Upgrade Your Home’s Electrical System with Power Pro Electricians

Power Pro Electricans Summerville SC

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Signs That You Need a Whole House Rewire

Is your home’s electrical system outdated? Do you notice flickering lights or frequent power outages? These are just a few signs that your home may need a whole house rewire. Other indicators include burning smells, sparking outlets, and buzzing sounds coming from your electrical panel.

Outdated wiring is a common reason why a whole house rewire may be necessary. If your home was built before the 1960s or 70s, it may have aluminum wiring, which can be a fire hazard. Additionally, knob and tube wiring, which was commonly used before the 1940s, is not grounded and can pose safety risks.

If you’re experiencing any of these signs, it’s important to have your electrical system inspected by a licensed electrician. They can determine if a whole house rewire is necessary and provide you with an estimate.

The Whole House Rewiring Process

At Power Pro Electricians, we follow a thorough process to ensure your whole house rewire is completed efficiently and effectively. Here are the steps we take:

  1. Initial consultation: We’ll assess your electrical system and provide you with an estimate for the rewiring project.
  2. Preparation: We’ll turn off power to your home and prepare the area for the rewiring.
  3. Wiring installation: Our electricians will install new wiring throughout your home, including new outlets, switches, and fixtures.
  4. Electrical panel upgrade: We’ll upgrade your electrical panel to handle the new wiring and increase safety.
  5. Final inspection: We’ll test your new electrical system and ensure everything is up to code and working properly.

Our goal is to make the whole house rewiring process as smooth and stress-free as possible for you.

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Benefits of Whole House Rewiring

A whole house rewire provides several benefits for your home and family. Here are some of the advantages:

  1. Increased safety: Old or damaged wiring can be a fire hazard. Upgrading to new wiring can provide a safer environment for you and your family.
  2. Improved electrical efficiency: New wiring and upgraded electrical panels can improve the efficiency of your home’s electrical system, potentially reducing your energy bills.
  3. Enhanced home value: A whole house rewire can increase the value of your home and make it more attractive to potential buyers.
  4. Modern features: Upgrading your electrical system can allow you to add modern features to your home, such as smart home technology or additional lighting options.

Contact Us for Whole House Rewiring Services

At Power Pro Electricians, we’re dedicated to providing quality whole house rewiring services to homeowners in Summerville SC and the surrounding areas. Our licensed and insured electricians have the expertise and experience to ensure your home’s electrical system is safe, reliable, and up to code.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How long does a whole house rewire take? The timeline can vary depending on the size of your home, but typically takes between 5-10 days.
  2. How much does a whole house rewire cost? The cost can vary depending on factors such as the size of your home, the extent of the rewiring needed, and the cost of materials. Our team can provide you with an estimate after an initial consultation.
  3. Will I need to move out of my home during the rewiring process? In most cases, you will not need to move out. Our team will work with you to minimize disruptions and ensure your safety during the rewiring process.

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Complete Rewire

This involves replacing all the wiring in the home, including the electrical panel and all outlets and switches. This type of rewire is necessary for homes with outdated or damaged wiring that pose a significant safety risk.

Partial Rewire

This involves replacing only some of the wiring in the home, such as in certain rooms or areas where there are known issues. This type of rewire may be a cost-effective solution for homes that don’t require a full rewiring but still have electrical issues.

Knob and Tube Rewire

Knob and tube wiring was commonly used in homes built before the 1940s and is no longer considered safe due to its lack of grounding. This type of rewire involves replacing all the knob and tube wiring with modern, grounded wiring.

Aluminum Wiring Rewire

Aluminum wiring was commonly used in homes built in the 1960s and 70s and can be a fire hazard if not properly maintained. This type of rewire involves replacing all the aluminum wiring with copper wiring, which is considered safer and more reliable.

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ELECTRICAL PANEL CHANGES

Commonly known as Breaker Boxes, Electrical panels are the heart of any electrical system. We can remove, replace, or upgrade any system, according to your electrical needs.

GENERATOR INSTALLATION & REPAIR

Installing a generator can provide a reliable backup source of power to keep your home or business running smoothly during an outage. We offer installation and repair services.

Light and Ceiling Fan install

CEILING FAN & LIGHTING INSTALLATION

Installing a ceiling fan and new lighting can increase your home’s comfort, improve your energy efficiency, and enhance your home’s overall aesthetic.

WHOLE-HOUSE REWIRE

We offer offers expert whole house rewiring services to upgrade your home’s electrical system and ensure it’s safe and reliable for you and your family.

OUTLET & SWITCH INSTALLATION & REPAIRS

Maintaining safe and efficient electrical systems requires professional installation, repair, and replacement of electrical outlets and switches.

WHOLE-HOUSE SURGE PROTECTION

Electrical surges can be caused by lightning strikes, power outages, and even the appliances in your home. These surges can damage your electronics, appliances, and even your home’s electrical system.