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    Is your home’s wiring outdated? While it’s easy to assume our house’s electrical system is in pristine condition and operating properly, many older houses don’t have electrical systems that are up-to-date with their area’s current codes. Modern appliances require greater capacity, which means your home’s wiring is most likely due for an update.

    If you think your house’s electrical system may be lacking, you’re in luck. Our electricians at Dream Team Home Services will go over everything you need to know about rewiring your house, from what rewiring means and when you need it to the process of rewiring an entire house and the benefits it brings.

    Whole House Rewiring Services

    You may need whole-house rewiring services if you plan on selling your home, recently bought an older home or simply want to update your house and bring it up to code. Ensuring your house is compliant with all local and state regulations will make it far more valuable and marketable over the coming years. Plus, rewiring makes your home much safer.

    Electrician sitting on floor, rewiring a wall outletIf you’re looking for home rewiring services in Havertown, Newton Square or Media, you’ll want to consider a few points. Because rewiring your whole house is such a significant investment, you’ll need to be selective about the electrician you hire for the job. A whole-house rewiring requires an expert electrician who’s highly trained, certified and experienced in carrying out projects similar to the size and type of your house.

    Working with the wrong electrician could put your home at risk and result in poor craftsmanship. In contrast, a qualified electrician will help you add significant value to your house by performing a durable and reliable rewiring job for your entire property. Make sure your electrician is licensed and insured before agreeing to have them rewire your house.

    When to Upgrade Your Electrical Wiring

    Rewiring your house is a big decision, so it makes sense if you have some hesitations. However, keep in mind that waiting to rewire your house is a risk. Faulty wiring is one of the leading causes of residential fires, which means rewiring your home is a worthy investment.

    If you’re unsure whether you should take the plunge and get your entire house rewired, here are some of the most obvious signs it’s time to upgrade your house’s electrical wiring:

    • Your electrical fuses blow regularly.
    • You use extension cords excessively.
    • You’re experiencing poor lighting because of inadequate fixtures.
    • The electrical plugs or sockets in your house get hot.
    • The electrical plugs or sockets in your home have scorch marks.
    • You have a mix of modern and outdated wiring.
    • Your electrical system — knob and tube — is underground.

    What Is Involved in Rewiring a House?

    Every home has a different electrical wiring system, making it difficult to know what needs to be done to the house without a thorough inspection. After a complete assessment of the house’s wiring, a professional electrician will be able to assess the homeowner’s needs and recommend specific services.


    • Partial-house rewiring: A partial-house rewiring project will focus on upgrading or replacing a specific portion of your home’s existing electrical system. This type of job often involves upgrading existing fittings, fuse boxes and cables to boost efficiency and achieve the required standards.
    • Whole-house rewiring: The complete rewiring of a home’s electrical system is a more extensive job that includes replacing the whole electrical system and bringing everything up to code.

    Although it’s difficult to anticipate the level of rewiring your house will need without a proper inspection, the rewiring process generally looks the same regardless of whether you’re rewiring all or part of your house.


    • Assessment: Identifying the problems and your goals for the rewiring
    • Inspection: Examining the electric panel and electrical system
    • Estimate: Providing you with a description of the plan and an estimate of the cost
    • Execution: Performing the necessary work to ensure your home’s wiring is safe and up to code
    • Conclusion: Testing the work to ensure outstanding quality