Cost for updating electrical system dear dating
If you’re going to spend the money and cut holes in the walls, you might as well run all the wires you can.That way, you’ll be ready for any possible future power needs.Upgrading electrical wiring is a big job, for one simple reason: All the wires are behind the walls.
Sixty amps used to be the standard for household power.The vast majority of that is the labor involved to get to the wires, run new ones, connect them to every switch and outlet, close up the holes, and clean up the mess.The easiest time to tackle this work is during a larger remodeling project, such as redoing a kitchen or building an addition, when contractors are knocking holes in the walls anyway.These estimates are NOT substitutes for written quotes from trade professionals.
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