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Neglected connections in outlets, switches and light fixtures containing aluminum wiring become increasingly dangerous over time. Poor connections cause wiring to overheat, causing potential fire hazard.
Unfortunately, failing aluminum-wired connections seldom provide easily detected warning signs. Aluminum-wired connections and splices have been reported to fail and overheat without any prior indications or problems.
If you notice any signs of a problem such as hot-to-the-touch face plates on receptacles or switches, circuits that don't work, or the smell of burning plastic at outlets or switches call an electrician. DO NOT TRY TO DO IT YOURSELF! You could be electrocuted or make the problem worse. A licensed professional can replace or repair aluminum wiring to permanently eliminate the possibility of fire or injury caused by failing aluminum-wired connections.
If you are considering or have purchased an electrical vehicle, you will need a 240-volt charger to go with it.
Unless you have ample experience in home electrical work and can navigate the maze of electrical codes that govern such an installation, such a task is best left to a professional. The good news is that when you buy an EV or a plug-in, many electric utilities offer incentives that cover the cost of a charger and its installation. So, hiring a pro to do the work not only is easy but also potentially free. This job will require a permit and an inspection—another reason for having the unit professionally installed. So have No worries! 24/7 Electric & Plumbing will take care of the installation so you can enjoy the benefits of your electrical vehicle.
No problem! 24/7 electric & Plumbing will provide you a free estimate for the repairs and complete them in no time!
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When it comes to electrical, plumbing and fire safety, the visual inspection does not eliminate the risk. A pre-purchase or a pre-sale home inspection reduces the risks of unwanted surprises.