High Quality Knob & Tube Wiring Services in Merced & Stanislaus County
When it comes to electrical wiring in California, the standards have changed a great deal over the years, but there are numerous homeowners out there that still have some of these older wiring systems in their homes. Knob and tube wiring in the Merced and Stanislaus County area is one of these. Knob and tube electrical wiring was one of the earliest standardized methods for wiring a home, and while it was once considered safe and effective, changing standards have led electricians to move on to safer and more efficient methods of wiring a home. In light of what we know today, knob and tube wiring is largely considered fairly unsafe to have in your home, especially if it hasn't been properly maintained over the course of its lifetime. Knob and tube wiring tends to deteriorate faster than most other standardized forms of wiring, which can prove to be quite problematic since it will likely have been in place longer than just about any other type of wiring out there. If you still have knob and tube wiring in your home, or if you aren't sure whether or not it is present in your home, it might be time to call in the professional electricians here at Koehn Electric and have them replace your old wiring with something, newer, safer, and more efficient.
If your home still has knob and tube wiring in place, it is less a question of if you are going to need to have it replaced, and more a question of when to do so. Most electricians recommend that you have it replaced as soon as you are able, but if you are unsure about what kind of wiring is present in your home, our team of professional electricians here at Koehn Electric would be more than happy to take a look and help you determine whether or not your current wiring is in need of replacement. If you have any questions about our full line of knob and tube wiring services, or if you would like to schedule an appointment for consultation with one of our electrical service specialists, give us a call today. Our team of experts are always standing by and would be more than happy to assist you in any way we can.
Knob & Tube Wiring Replacement Services
While it is possible for knob and tube wiring to remain a safe wiring option over the years, the chances of that being the case are extremely low. Knob and tube wiring tends to deteriorate faster than other types of wiring, and hence requires more frequent maintenance. In fact, one of the most common reasons that knob and tube wiring has to be replaced in homes all over the country is because there are usually a large number of electricians over the years that have worked on it, and if even one of didn't do the work right, or didn't have the training to do so, your knob and tube wiring could be a serious liability. Even when properly installed and cared for, knob and tube wiring can create dangerous situations in your home, so it is normally just a better idea to call in a professional electrician and have them replace it entirely. If you still have knob and tube wiring in your home, one of the best decisions you might ever make as a homeowner is calling in the professional electricians here at Koehn Electric and having them update your home's wiring to something newer, safer, and more efficient.
If you need knob and tube wiring replaced in Winton or any of the surrounding areas of Merced and Stanislaus County, please call Koehn Electric at 209-564-1038 or complete our online request form.
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