Homes built in the early ’60s and ‘70s have aluminum wiring in some or mostly all of the houses. Problems can range from dead circuits to a destructive house fire, so you must replace your aluminum wiring in your home as soon as possible.
Red Electricians has the best solution for your aluminum wiring. We will diagnose to determine if you need to completely rewire your home or replace your current aluminum wirings to prevent serious issues in the future.
Is Aluminum Wiring dangerous?
If your home has enjoyed stable electrical power for years, you may be wondering if aluminum wiring poses a risk. Aluminum has only ever been used because it’s cheaper than the copper. Overheating wires can cause sparks, ruin the wire insulation, and loosen connections right away. Aluminum wires act as an insulator, not a conductor, so it can also cut off power to your outlets. Houses with aluminum wiring causes thousands of house fires each year. It’s a danger to you, undesirable to new homeowners, and makes it hard to obtain insurance.
Aluminum Wiring Replacement
Hundreds of thousands of homes were built with aluminum wiring when it was considered safe. Red Electricians has helped many homeowners with a safe and efficient solution of replacing their aluminum wiring so they can have peace of mind and less hassle with insurance and inspections in the future.
The process of aluminum wiring replacement can be challenging, but our certified and professional electricians know how to remove old aluminum wirings and install new wires with little disruption to your walls. We give honest advice for replacing your old aluminum wiring and upgrade to full new rewiring.
Why Choose Us?
- Professional inspection for aluminum wiring
- Honest, prompt, and efficient service
- Upfront pricing
- Licensed, insured, and certified electricians
- 100% satisfaction guaranteed
Red Electricians can save the day with an aluminum wiring inspection and any repair or replacement services that your home needs. Call now to schedule an appointment for aluminum wiring replacement today!