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Aging Homes May Need Rewiring

If you live in an older home, it most likely needs to be electrically rewired to meet today’s functionality and safety standards. Rewiring a home, however, is not a DIY task. Contact a Ellicott City electrician to assess your property and determine if vital upgrades are needed. Read on to learn more.

Does Your Home Need Rewiring?

Here are a few telltale signs that your home needs wiring upgrades:

  • Blown fuses and circuits.
  • Browning of your sockets.
  • Flickering lights in multiple locations throughout your house.
  • Burning smell.
  • Electrical shocks.

If you notice any of these signs, contact your local electrician for further assessment. An electrician can take an inventory of your home’s electrical usage. They will also know your local electric and building codes to determine whether your home is up to date or needs replacements. In addition, today’s homes have more sophisticated wiring that does more than just turn the lights on. You may want to consider new data lines, a security system, or even new fire protection lines. Finally, a professional will be able to survey your home’s existing internal infrastructure to prioritize your home’s electrical needs.

Tim Kyle: an Ellicott City Electrician

For most people, it’s hard to determine the source of an electrical problem. It can be dangerous for the inexperienced homeowners to go poking around in wiring. Fortunately, that’s where we come in: our skilled technicians can work with you to identify the issue and to quickly and safely address it. No job is too small here at Tim Kyle. We take every case seriously, whether it’s a burnt-out light bulb or updating the wiring in your house. Contact us today to learn more about our services.

 

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