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Professional Home Wiring Update Services in Citrus & Marion County, FL

Enhance the Safety & Functionality of Your Electrical System

Outdated electrical wiring in your home can pose serious risks to your family's safety. At Mr. Electric of Citrus & Marion County, we prioritize your satisfaction and safety by offering professional home wiring updates to homeowners in Citrus and Marion County, FL. Our team of electrical technicians specializes in upgrading residential wiring to keep up with modern power demands and ensure compliance with the latest electrical codes. Even if only part of your wiring requires replacement, we can replace old, hazardous wiring and frayed wires to reduce the risks of electrical shocks, tripped breakers, and residential fires. Don't leave your family's safety to chance. Learn more about home wiring updates, and get in touch with us today to request a quote.

Professional Home Wiring Update Services in Citrus & Marion County, FL

Enhance the Safety & Functionality of Your Electrical System

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  • If you're unsure whether your home's electrical wiring needs updating, Mr. Electric of Citrus & Marion County can help. Our team can quickly and efficiently identify potential signs that your electrical system requires updates to keep up with modern demands and ensure compliance with the latest electrical codes. Look out for these signs that you may need to update your home's electrical wiring: old wiring, ungrounded two-pronged outlets, missing GFCIs, missing AFCIs, inadequate appliance outlets, and inadequate electrical panels. Learn more about the following signs that your home needs a wiring update:

    • Old wiring - Rewiring an entire electrical system can be a daunting task, but sometimes only a portion of the wiring needs to be replaced. If you have an older home, it's likely that you need to update your wiring. For instance, aluminum wiring was popular in the 1960s and 1970s but should be replaced because it poses safety hazards. Older homes may have knob and tube wiring or non-metallic wiring that needs to be replaced. Additionally, our team can replace loose connections and frayed wires due to improper installation or wear and tear.
    • Ungrounded, two-pronged outlets - A home with ungrounded, two-pronged outlets is a clear indication of an outdated electrical system. Such outlets present significant safety hazards, exposing your family and electronics to risk. These outlets are not grounded properly, and the excess electricity has nowhere to go but into the person or device in contact with them. Even surge protectors may not be sufficient. To mitigate these risks, our technicians can install three-pronged outlets and grounded wires.
    • Missing GFCIs - GFCI outlets have “test” and “reset” buttons on their receptacles and protect you against shocks. They should be installed in areas of your home with high moisture levels, as required by electrical codes. These areas include laundry rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, pool or spa areas, garages, and more. GFCIs are inexpensive and can be installed quickly by our team.
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  • Missing AFCIs - AFCIs are effective at preventing fires and keeping your family safe by acting as circuit breakers that disconnect if a potentially dangerous arc occurs. Colorado and every other state require AFCIs to be used in bedrooms.
  • Inadequate appliance outlets - Not all outlets in your home are the same. Appliances like washing machines, dryers, and ovens require higher amounts of electricity to run optimally and safely. While older electricity systems may have three-pronged plugs, these appliances need four-pronged plugs for improved safety. You will need 240-volt outlets for all your heavy-duty appliances.
  • Inadequate electrical panel - Many homeowners are unaware of how many amps their homes need to power modern electronics and appliances. A couple of decades ago, 60-amp breaker wiring was sufficient, but today's houses typically require amps in the range of 100 to 200. Our team can install upgraded breaker box wiring to meet your home's energy needs for your air conditioner, refrigerator, home entertainment center, mobile device charging, and more.
  • When it comes to updating electrical wiring in your home, it's crucial to leave it to the professionals. At Mr. Electric of Citrus & Marion County, all of our electrical technicians undergo comprehensive screening and background checks and have extensive training and experience. Our team can handle all your electrical needs, including installing whole-house surge protectors and updating wiring. Homeowners in Citrus and Marion County, Crystal River, Inverness, Homosassa, Beverly Hills, and Le Canto, FL can trust us to upgrade their electrical systems safely and efficiently. We are happy to answer your questions about the cost of updating electrical wiring in homes. You’ve come to the right place if you’ve been searching for updating electrical wiring old home or update electrical wiring home.

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