JN Electrical Temperature Control, Inc Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Rewiring’

Does Your Home Have Aluminum, Copper, or Knob and Tube Electrical Wiring?

Monday, June 17th, 2024

If you don’t have an immediate answer to this question, don’t worry. Many people aren’t aware of the type of wiring they have in their homes or how to describe it. But it’s an important question to ask yourself and get an answer to, because you don’t want outdated wiring in your home.

If you have older wiring that will have difficulty handling current electrical loads or which can create safety hazards, you’ll definitely want to work with us for electrical rewiring in Hart County, GA.

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Your Home May Need Rewiring

Monday, August 14th, 2023

Nothing inside a home can last forever, although homeowners often act as if something like the electrical wiring will never feel the touch of time. Unfortunately, no matter how much you’d like the electrical wiring in your home to never need replacement, wires age like everything else to the point where you’ll need an upgrade.

But how can you tell if your home is ready for rewiring, either partial or whole house? It’s a good question and we’re going to explore it further in this post. 

If you’re searching for “electricians near me” who can tell you if you need rewiring, as well as do the full job if you do need it, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll work hard to see you have a hassle-free experience when we take care of your rewiring needs.

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7 Signs That Your House Needs Rewiring Work

Monday, January 30th, 2023

Your home’s electrical system is the champion of your home. It keeps you comfortable and runs everything in your home, but it might be in trouble.

Houses need to be rewired from time to time, but it’s difficult to know if you need electrical rewiring in Hart County or not. Thankfully there are a few ways to tell.

Let’s help you find out with these 7 signs that your house is struggling and in dire need of rewiring. If any of these list items jump out at you, be sure to take them seriously.

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