Renovations are a key component to our everyday living. We all have ideas when we purchase that new home, from kitchen or bath remodels to replacing the doors and windows. Probably the greatest creation other than running water in a house is electricity, but 90% of the time it’s the one component we tend to overlook. We assume if the light bulb blows out we’ll just replace it while not checking to see the recommended wattage on the fixture. If the breakers keep tripping we’ll just reset it or if the fuse blows we’ll just install a larger fuse. Those are just some of the issues you may be dealing with and some of the most underling culprit’s in house fires. In most homes 30 years or older the electrical wiring is outdated and could be in desperate need of replacing. When the electrical conductors are over stressed they heat up and start to decay the insulation. This can lead to the conductors touching, causing an arc, leading to a potential fire. So when considering renovating your home, have your electrical wiring inspected to insure you are doing the right project at the right time. We offer free visual inspection and quote to help you determine the best options for you and your budget so call today to schedule an appointment.