Do You Need, and What’s the Cost to Upgrade Your Electrical Service?

Not having enough power isn’t just an inconvenience — voltage drop-offs may actually damage sensitive electronics, so having plenty power is important to electrical home safety. Even with enough power, you may need additional outlets to avoid relying on a tangle of power strips and extension cords — a potential safety hazard. Read the rest of this entry »

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Should You Replace Old Wiring?

Old wiring—even knob and tube wiring that dates back to the early 20th century—isn’t inherently dangerous, but unless you were around when the house was built, you can’t be sure the electrical system is up to code. Plus, materials such as wire insulation can deteriorate over time. Read the rest of this entry »

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