If You are Remodeling Your Home? Always Hire a Georgia Licensed, Insured and Bonded Electrician
When you decide to take the plunge and remodel your home, it’s easy to overlook the fact that the upgrades and additions may change the way you need power. Before the actual tearing down and rebuilding begins, have an overall electrical design that will be up to code, easily service your needs, and give you the peace of mind that your family is not in danger of fire or electrocution that faulty electrical wiring can pose. Hire a licensed electrician to guide your project.
Additional Outlets and Switches
Additional lighting, new appliances, and extra electronic devices all increase electrical loads. Make sure that they will be able to operate safely by incorporating your energy hungry gadgets on an electrical wiring diagram. You will be adding new electrical outlets and switches for convenience. Wiring to enable you to control electricity from more than one location can be complex, and a licensed professional can help you coordinate your design.
Media Rooms, Man Cave, Home Theater
Special systems that you want to incorporate in your remodeling plans need special consideration in your electrical design. A home intercom system, sound system or media area all need special wiring, and possibly more outlets. Communication wiring for items like cable television of phones should be included in the diagram.
Installing Outdoor Hot Tubs
Planning to add a hot tub to your home? Don’t take the chance that your new spa area will shock instead of sooth. The fact of improper wiring is that you may not get a second chance.
Install a Whole House Surge Suppressor/Protection
Loss of electronics and appliances because of improper wiring and inadequate energy capability is minor compared to electrical disasters like fire or even electrocution. Make sure that your home wiring is safe and efficient by hiring a licensed electrician before you pick up your tools.
The electrician will look at your remodeling goals, and give you recommendations so that your project safely complies with electrical codes in your area and increases the resale value of your home.