Cleveland Area House Rewiring
Room by Room Rewire© or Whole House Rewiring
If you’re thinking about rewiring your house you’re probably doing so because you’ve experienced the warning signs of potential electrical problems, including:
- Frequent blown fuses or tripped breakers
- Dimming or flickering lights
- Hot or discolored switch plates, cords, or plugs
- Light bulbs that frequently burn out
- Buzzing or sizzling sounds
- A burning smell
- Arcs or sparks from an outlet when you plug or unplug a cord
- Electrical shock when you plug in or touch a cord
An Innovative Way to Rewire Your HouseClover Electric has been rewiring homes in the Cleveland area for over 30 years. We’ve got the system down to a science! We’ve done all kinds of homes from small bungalows to mega-mansions. Every job is unique, but each project has one thing in common: Every rewiring project performed by Clover Electric was done with meticulous detail, to all current electrical codes and passed inspection with flying colors.
Back in the day, the conventional thinking was that the only way you could rewire a house was to rewire the entire home all at the same time. It was a very disruptive process and expensive for the homeowner.
Today, Clover Electric offers an option to that is so innovative, and simple, that homeowners in need of rewiring nearly always choose our Room by
Room by Room Rewire©Clover Electric’s Room by Room Rewire© option has the homeowners and electrician working closely together to determine the most important or critical rewiring needs. For example, a homeowner may have flickering lights or breaker tripping issues in the kitchen when cooking, using the microwave or running the garbage disposal. For this homeowner, Clover Electric would begin by rewiring the kitchen. While the need to rewire the bedrooms and bathrooms may still be there, it’s not as immediate and can be put on a schedule to accommodate the homeowner’s use needs and budget. It makes sense! Only do what NEEDS to be done, when it needs to be done. The Room by Room Rewire© option gives you the flexibility to do a rewire project on your timeline while meeting the needs of your home’s electrical system.
How Much Does It Cost to Rewire a House?The cost will depend on the size of the home, condition of existing electrical system and many other factors. Clover Electric will evaluate your home to determine what needs to be done and what can be left in place for the new wiring system. Our goal is to ONLY do what NEEDS to be done.
A word for caution: When you go online to various websites to see how much rewiring project costs you’ll get all kinds of answers from pros, homeowners, know-it-all bloggers and DIYers. Keep in mind, every system is unique. The pricing you see online may include top of the line materials or the cheapest available. The price may or may not include a professional electrician. It may be the homeowner DIYing it themselves. The best and most reliable way to determine price is to have a qualified electrician look at your system and speak with your directly about what needs to be done for you and your family to be safe for many years to come.
No Warning Signs? Maybe Your Electrical System Is Just Old and Wearing OutEven if you don't notice any hazardous warning signs, it's a good idea to have your home's electrical system inspected periodically.
- If your home is more than 40 years old
- If you're relying on extension cords for power
- If you've made major home improvements or added major new appliances that could strain your electrical system
- If your home is ungrounded and uses two-prong outlets
- If your home has knob and tube wiring
- If your home has aluminum wiring
- If your home has a Federal Pacific Electrical Panel or Zinsco Electrical Panel (also known as Zinsco Sylvania)
Are you ready to learn more? Try a Virtual Electrical consultation with Mike Talty, the owner of Clover Electric. You can talk “face-to-face” the man who has all the answers about your rewiring project. The Virtual Electric option is a great way to start any project with Clover Electric.