If you live in an older home, you probably have already learned a lot about the infrastructure of your house. Bringing mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems up to date is a lot less exciting than new countertops or fresh landscaping. Even so, there is a lot of wisdom to building a safe and dependable foundation inside your walls. Your electrical system powers your home and protects your electronics from surge and fire damage. Updating it to 21st century standards guards your investment for the next generation.
Your electrical system powers your home and protects your electronics from surge damage. Even more importantly, it protects your home against fire. Updating your panel and wiring to 21st century standards guards your investment for the next generation.
Call Electricians you Can Trust
When your home has outdated wiring, it’s important to call a quality electrician you can trust. Rewiring a home is a very detailed job, and sloppy work can be costly in the long run. When you call A.B. May, you can count on our licensed electricians to do things the right way. We answer your questions, explain all of your options, and give you upfront pricing. Our careful work methods respect your home. And we stand by our work. To do that, we always pull appropriate permits and refuse to cut corners that could give you headaches in the years to come. Calling A.B. May means bringing our quality, integrity, and tradition into your home.
Signs Your Home has Outdated Wiring:
- Breakers trip often.
- Lights flicker or dim.
- Extension cords or power strips are overused inside your home.
- Appliances don’t operate at full strength.
- Outlet covers are discolored.
- There’s a burning smell or crackling sound near appliances.
Are You Planning a Remodel?
Remodeling your home creates a great opportunity to update your wiring. It’s more cost effective to replace wires if the walls are open, and it is also an ideal time to add outlets or move light fixtures to make your new room shine. Schedule one of our professional electricians to help you protect your new investment by ensuring quality work inside your walls.