Electrical Rewiring, Commercial

Electrical rewiring for fire safetyElectrical Rewiring of  Commercial Structures

The most recent statistics on electrical fire losses in the U.S. indicate a rising trend in property loss.  In order to minimize fire outbreaks a rewiring initiative should be focused on any residential or commercial building older than 25 years.  The conditions of electrical wires deteriorate over time and once they remain in use beyond their lifespan they become disasters waiting to happen.

Facts about residential electrical fires

  • U.S. fire departments respond each year to an estimated 25,900 home electrical fires. These fires cause an estimated 280 deaths, 1,125 injuries and $1.1 billion in property loss.
  • Home electrical fires result in greater dollar loss per fire than nonelectrical fires.
  • In 79 percent of home electrical fires, the fire spreads beyond the object where the fire starts.
  • Most home electrical fires involve electrical distribution, lighting or power transfer equipment.
  • Thirty-nine percent of home electrical fires involve outlets and receptacles, electrical branch circuits (for example, interior house wiring), and other electrical wiring.
  • The leading items most often first ignited in residential building electrical fires were electrical wire/cable insulation (30 percent) and structural member or framing (19 percent).

The time for replacing dilapidated electrical wiring has come. Electrical wiring has a limited lifespan which we often ignored at our own peril.  Replacing wiring systems after 20-25 years has traditionally been the recommendation of experts on fire safety. Recent statistics suggest electrical rewiring become a focused initiative.  One should not wait for a disaster that could cause loss of lives before taking action.

Unfortunately we tend to focus on renovations with respect to architectural designs or structure. We fail to realize that we have to do some electrical rewiring based upon the increased electrical power demand of equipment.

Our advise at Goodiel Electric is that only certified or qualified electricians be considered for such crucial exercise since they are in the best position to tell which electrical wires are best depending on the nature of the building and possible electrical appliances in use.

From electrical wiring for new constructions, additions, and electrical re-wiring of older homes and commercial spaces with electrical layouts that no longer meet your needs, Goodiel Electric guarantees that we’ll wire your home or commercial space to meet the current electrical code and your plan’s specifications.

Would you like a complimentary…no obligation …project consultation? Please feel free to call for more details.

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