Residential Old Home Rewiring & Upgrades
If your home is 40 years old or more, it could be time to consider rewiring it. Materials degrade over time, and code standards change to improve safety, so while your old home’s electric may be functional, you and your family could be at risk.
Faulty electrical wiring is one of the leading causes of house fires. And insurance carriers may increase your premiums or even refuse to insure your house if the electrical system is old.
Other signs that it’s time to upgrade your home’s electrical wiring include randomly dimming lights, scorch marks near outlets, or popping or buzzing sounds from outlets or appliances.
Don’t wait until you suffer a fire or loss. We specialize in old home rewiring and upgrading the electrical systems in old houses. Our certified electrical inspectors will ensure that your new wiring is up to safety codes and standards.
Our Old House Electrical Rewiring Services Include
- Circuit panel upgrades
- Circuit breaker replacements and fuse to breaker conversions
- Rewiring and replacing switches, sockets and circuits for lighting, heating, alarms, doorbells, smoke detectors and other home systems
- Converting to GFI outlets or childproof outlets
- Replacing and upgrading cloth-insulated, knob and tube, or aluminum wiring
- And much more – we’ll inspect your home and provide you with a free estimate for all electric upgrades!
Here’s What You Can Expect When You Hire Us For Your Old Home Rewiring Project
- A dedicated team that specializes in upgrading electrical wiring in old houses, with certifications as electrical contractors and as electrical inspectors.
- A job completed to the highest standards of safety, quality and excellence, guaranteed to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for one year from installation or we’ll repair it at no additional cost.
- Free estimates with detailed up-front pricing so you won’t be blindsided by unexpected costs.
- 24/7 emergency service when you need us most.
Joan of Arc has always given up front estimates and sticks to them, even reducing the price upon completion if the costs came out to be less!