The wiring or electrical in many old buildings is outdated and is often overused by increased home electrical appliances. If your home was built as far back as the 90s, your electrical system is likely outdated and needs to be rewired.
Not only do outdated electricals affect the efficiency of appliances in the home, but they can be hazardous to residents, not to mention very expensive to manage and maintain. Here are some reasons why you should rewire outdated electricals in your home.
#1. To increase the electrical capacity
Old wiring systems are of low capacity compared to modern wiring systems and appliances. Modern appliances could cause an overload on outdated wiring systems, which could bring about severe damage like causing devices to burn out, burning the circuits, or even starting a fire. Rewiring your house increases the capacity of the wiring system, which is safer.
#2. It makes the home safer
Many old wiring systems are uninsulated, which can cause house fires during power fluctuations. Uninsulated wires can also cause electrocution, and when there's an overload, these wires are likely to burn out. Outdated wiring systems could cause your appliances to malfunction. For instance, your smoke detectors could stop working, making it difficult to detect fires early.
#3. Protect the wires from high temperatures
New wires come with better coatings or insulation that protect them, keeping them from getting too hot in high temperatures. Unlike old wiring systems that lack insulation or are poorly coated, the wires cannot overheat in high temperatures.
#4. To improve the general electrical system.
While rewiring your outdated electronics, your technician can suggest upgrades that make the system more efficient, like wiring each appliance to its own circuit, etc., which would reduce the risk of overloading the system.
#5. Reduces cost of electricity bills
Outdated wiring systems take up more power to make your appliances function optimally. You can reduce the cost of electricity bills by rewiring your home so that your devices take up less power to function optimally. Also, you get to save money on repairs because, with old wiring, something is bound to need fixing. Rewiring your home reduces the risk of damages and the need for repairs.
#6. Increases the resale value of your home
If you're looking to sell your old building, you might consider rewiring the home. Having the new wiring systems installed will increase the overall cost of reselling the building.
#7. Cheaper insurance plan for your home
Many insurance companies will give cheaper insurance rates for a building that's been recently rewired. This is so because rewiring reduces the risk of electrical fires. This way, there's a lesser risk to insure.
#8. It gives peace of mind
Rewiring your home reduces the risks of wires burning out, electrical fires, power outages, and other electrical problems. This allows you to enjoy your home with peace of mind, knowing that the chances of having these accidents are pretty low.
Don't waste any more time with outdated wiring systems; contact JW Services to rewire your home! Get a free estimate now!