You’d be amazed at the sheer number of electrical cables hidden all over your home and it’s no surprise rewiring a house isn’t a quick and easy job. A full home rewire needs to be done carefully and expertly to avoid the risk of fires or electrocution. In fact, rewiring a house involves:

  • Replacing back boxes on switches and sockets
  • Running new electrical cables throughout the house
  • Upgrading size of cables for electric shower, hob and oven
  • Relocating and adding additional socket outlets
  • Plaster repairs
  • Installing new consumer unit
  • Testing
  • Issuing relevant certificates

What’s more, there’s a range of different advantages to a home rewire. These include reduced chance of fires and shocks, adding value to your home and increasing your home’s energy efficiency.