House Rewire

Nikola electricians are expertly trained and qualified to undertake all types of house rewire work, from a single socket to a full house rewire. We work closely with our clients to understand their needs and design an electrical system that meets their requirements. Nikola Electric is a reliable and trustworthy company that you can rely on for all your domestic and commercial electrical needs. We pride ourselves on providing a high-quality service at a competitive price. Contact us today to discuss your requirements.

How much does it cost to rewire your whole house?

The cost of rewiring a house depends on the size and age of the home, the rooms being rewired, and the amount of wire that needs to be replaced. Most homeowners pay an average of  £2,100 for the entire project but it is common to spend as much as  £10,000.

This price includes the cost of labour and materials. smoke alarm and fire alarm should be included in the project to ensure the safety of your home. It is also important to install these devices in every room in order to prevent a fire from spreading through your home. Rewiring your entire house is a major project, but it is essential to ensuring the safety of your family.

What is included in a house Rewire?

A house rewire is the process of installing new electrical wiring and upgrading associated equipment throughout your home. This project is often undertaken to improve the safety of your residence; smoke alarms and fire alarms are often installed as part of a rewire. All old, frayed or damaged wiring is replaced during a rewire, as well as any switches, outlets and fixtures that are not up to current code.

While a house rewires can be a major project, it is important to keep in mind that modern electrical systems are much safer and more reliable than older ones. As a result, a house rewire can provide you and your family with peace of mind for many years to come.

How often should you rewire a house?

A full rewire is generally recommended every 25 years. If you have been living in your home for longer than that, it is time to consider rewiring. The purpose of rewiring is to update the wiring to meet the current electrical code and standards. Rewiring also gives you the opportunity to add more outlets, install new light fixtures, or add other features.

While rewiring can be a big job, it is important to ensure that your home’s electrical system is up to date and safe. If you are unsure whether your home needs to be rewired, you can contact an electrician for an evaluation.