In recent years, there has been an influx of concern over the safety of aluminum wiring. Homes built during the mid-1960s and 70s equipped with aluminum wiring are possible hazards. Now homeowners are finding out why most insurance companies won’t cover or renew them. Property owners should have their wiring inspected/repaired/ or replaced. If you want aluminum wiring replacement for your home, call Pensacola Electrical.
Overheating and the failure of aluminum wiring terminations have been the causes of many electrical problems. The reason behind this is the oxidation of the wiring. Many modern components are not compatible with older aluminum wiring.
Aluminum wiring has a higher expansion rate than other types. This often leads to loose connections as well as arcing, melting, and eventually fire. The following are also signs of potential problems with aluminum wiring:
If you are renovating the home or reconfiguring it where the aluminum wiring will become affected, a replacement could be the best solution to the project. In most cases, wiring is a very challenging process to take place in any home or business.
As many problems can arise out of older aluminum wiring, rewiring may be the best answer to your wire problems. Having the wiring in the home rewired will be an investment cost that is worth making as it can increase the price of the property.
If you are having problems with your aluminum wiring currently, there is a solution. Call Pensacola Electrical for an inspection for your wiring and stop living through blown circuits and flickering lights.
Many insurance companies will not insure a homeowner with outdated aluminum wiring. With a replacement wiring service, you’ll be able to have a home that is better insulated and energy-efficient as opposed to dangerous and faulty.
If you are planning on buying an older home, make sure that you have the wiring checked out by Pensacola Electrical. We are certified replacement contractors who have the knowledge and skills in aluminum wiring.
Studies show that aluminum wiring has a higher risk for starting a house fire. This is because the wiring has a higher expansion rate. Aluminum wiring is smaller wiring that delivers electricity from the panel to the plugs, switches, and lighting fixtures.
Contact our Pensacola electricians today for more details on how you can get aluminum wiring replacement in your home. We’ll set you up with one of our professionals to get a more safe and efficient home.