Keller House Rewiring
Increase Your Safety & Energy-Efficiency
Electrical rewiring involves having a Keller electrician come in and take out all of the old wires of your home, replacing them with newer, safer wires that can keep up with your electrical needs. The thought of rewiring your home might seem overwhelming and costly. However, rewiring is a worthwhile investment that can keep your appliances working and ensure your home’s electrical system is safe. At Desnina Electric, LLC, I have more than 30 years of experience in the field, which comes into play in getting the job quickly and affordably.
I offer military and senior citizen discounts. Call (817) 495-7249 to learn how you can increase your home’s value with new and improved wiring.
Should I Invest in Rewiring?
If you are building a new home or commercial property, setting up electrical wiring is necessary. However, there are a few other situations which may call for rewiring. If you believe rewiring is necessary, I can come to your home and inspect your wiring thoroughly to determine if electrical remodeling or rewiring is the right choice.
If you are considering rewiring, there are a few factors to consider:
- Unexpected or regular power outages: Unexpected outages are not only annoying, but they can be a sign that there is a problem and rewiring is necessary.
- Circuit breaker failures: Your circuit breakers should not be tripping or popping. If they are occurring, even rarely, it could be a sign that your electrical system is damaged. Upgrading your electrical panel can help ensure circuit power is transported safely.
- Two-prong (non-grounded) outlets: Your home should be upgraded to three-pronged or grounded outlets. Older homes were fitted with two-pronged outlets, which do not have sufficient power for modern appliances.
- Excessive portable cords and outlets: If your home is full of portable outlets, extension cords, and surge protectors, it may indicate that you have a problem. Additionally, having too many cords and outlets can put you at risk for shock or fire.