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From small electrical wiring jobs to upgrading all the wiring in an older home, a professional electrical contractor should always be used to get the job done right and to ensure your safety and your homes. Electrical repair and upgrades are often required in older homes as we use more electrical applicances and systems in our homes. On BizziBid.com you can find highly trained professionals to complete your electrical home improvement! Below are the types of information you will need to know in order to submit your project to Electricians:
- Do you need electrical repairs of the existing wiring or installation of new wiring?
- What type of electrical work do you need completed?
- What is the age of your home?
- What is the age of the electrical wiring in your home?
- As much project details as you can provide will ensure you get the best estimate possible.
Electrical Home Improvement Tips
Install Energy Star Lighting
Energy Star products surpass the strict energy efficiency and conservation guidelines set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). These light fixtures come with 10,000-hour (7 year) fluorescent bulbs or motion sensor/photocell controls to reduce energy usage. They use 50-70% less energy than regular lighting.
Should You Get An Electrical Inspection?
When you buy a home you get a property inspection because you want to make sure that the features you are purchasing (ie. appliances, plumbing etc.) are fully capable of handling your lifestyle. Typically, most people don't think about an eletrical inspection. According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International, a separate and comprehensive electrical inspection is necessary in many home purchases. Your lifestyle may require more energy usage than the previous owner. You may have one or more additional appliances than the previous homeowner that may cause an electrical strain, which can lead to circuit breakage or even an electrical fire. Be sure to have an inspection done by a licensed electrician who can determine that your home's electric strcuture is 1) up to your requirements, 2) up to date and 3) up to state and county code.