Modern living comes with many new demands, which means your home’s wiring is working harder than ever. And if a professional hasn’t looked at it in the last 25 to 30 years, your wiring won’t be up to current standards.
If you plan to remodel, extend or convert your home, you’ll also need to rewire the property to make sure it can safely carry the additional loads and is earthed correctly. Rewiring your home is a complex process and poses several safety risks, so it’s important to let a Part P qualified electrician carry out the work for you.
Your electrician will remove old and faulty wires and replace them with new ones. They’ll also improve your fuse box (or consumer unit), install or shift hard-wired smoke detectors and fit new power sockets. And they’ll make sure the work complies with the latest building and safety regulations.
Rewiring your home involves much more than simply replacing old and faulty wires with new ones. Only a Part P qualified electrician can do this – they’re certified to work with electricity in and around your house. To find one of these professionals in your area, simply tell us where you are. We have hundreds of qualified electricians on our platform, so we can match you with a Local Hero in minutes.
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