Electrical Rewiring Baulkham Hills
Rewiring the electrical system in your house is more than just replacing old wires. Rewiring your home will ensure your safety, prevent flickering lights, and save energy and your electricity bills. But, rewiring your home is very crucial, as it needs planning and patience.
In the 1960s, houses were built with 60-amp electrical panels, which was enough at that time because households used less electricity. However, modern users tend to overload their 60-amp panels, which can cause a fire hazard. On the other hand, modern houses are built with 100-amps, 150-amps, or maybe 200-amp panels. 200-amps electrical panels are more cost-effective if you have a large house, or you use power-hungry appliances such as hot tubs or an electric water heater.
Rewiring isn’t only replacing old wires or changing electrical panels, you might also need to change and upgrade your old sockets, light fixtures, and switches.
In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what are the things you need to know about rewiring your home.