Is Wiring an Outlet a Professional Task?
At the very least, you have probably noticed that your Wichita home is short on electrical outlets. It is very likely that at some point you have considered wiring an outlet so that everyone can plug their cellphones in at the end of the day without a huge power strip. However, this is only a temporary solution to home wiring issues given the fact that extra outlets won’t solve any issues if you don’t update your circuit box. Outlets are not what determines how much electricity your home can accommodate, your electrical box is and that means that fusing a few electrical wires is not going to do it. This task, of course, is way over the comfortability level of most homeowners, as it should be.
4 signs your electrical wire is aging:
- Dimming or flickering lights
- Circuit breakers tripping
- Knob-and-tube wiring
- Frayed wires
Turn to the Experts in Wichita for Help With Electrical Wiring
Eck Services in Wichita has been offering electrical services to our neighbors since 2004. We are locally-owned and operated and are able to help all of our Sedgwick County clients from our base on Meridian Road. Our electricians
are licensed and insured and deliver quick and flexible electrical solutions so that your home wiring never has to limit your electrical use again. As an A+ rated BBB accredited business, we know what it means to provide top-tier electrical services and work hard to show our new clients why we have become an ally to many homeowners in Wichita.
Is it time to consider upgrading your home wiring or at least wiring an outlet? Call Eck Services today to schedule your visit.
There are a lot of older homes around Wichita, KS, which is remarkable unto itself given the extreme weather that the area receives. However, older homes bring older electrical wires with them, which means that for some homeowners it might be a good idea to revisit the idea of upgrading their home wiring. 40 years ago homes were built much differently than they are now because energy consumption by the average homeowner was very low. In today’s world, where everyone has a smartphone, tablet, cellphone, and at least five different kitchen appliances, electrical systems are tested in older homes.