ALUMINUM WIRING REPLACEMENT
If your home was built between the 1960’s and early 1970’s, your home was probably wired with aluminum wiring. Homes after the mid-1970’s were largely built using copper wiring. Copper wiring is the only wire used in homes today, since aluminum wiring was found to be a fire hazard.
Aluminum wiring can be a fire hazard wherever the wire is spliced or makes a connection with an outlet, switch, lighting fixture, circuit breaker or other component of an electrical system. Another reason aluminum wiring is such a fire hazard is because it shrinks and expands depending on the temperature. These changes to the aluminum wires can result in overheating, arcing, and ultimately electrical failures and fires.
24/7 Electric can upgrade your home by replacing the aluminum wiring with copper wiring throughout your home. We also offer cost effective methods that are less intrusive to you home and Drywall. All methods exceed the minimum code and are CSA approved and Safe!
Call today to schedule your consultation with one of our aluminum wiring replacement experts…
*24/7 Electric adheres to the highest standard of code and we are committed to our client’s complete safety. As such we will only approve aluminum wiring if the wiring has been pigtailed or treated with Alumiconn©. Under no circumstances do we accept payment for insurance safety inspections. Upon completion of a treatment or replacement a safety inspection will be provided.
Our Aluminum Wiring Replacement Offers the Following Detailed Services
- Aluminum Wiring Repair
- Aluminum Electrical Wiring
- Aluminum House Wiring
- Copper Wiring
- Aluminum Wiring Replacement
- Aluminum Wiring
- Aluminum Electrical Wire
- Anodized Aluminum Wire
- Electrical Rewiring
- Home Rewiring
- Electrical Upgrades
- Electrical Troubleshooting
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