One of the most important elements of a home addition or remodeling product is the wiring for new lights and appliances.
A good remodel or addition starts with planning every step of the process, including wiring and lighting. We have experience with wiring and lighting projects large and small and are well suited to helping you develop a comprehensive plan for your dream home. Give us a call before you create work plans so we can help consult you in the process of wiring your addition.
Our professional electricians provide electrical contractor work by itself, or as a part of a larger remodeling project. We assist in any type of remodeling project, including: offices, room additions, new construction, bathroom, kitchen.
If you’re in the dark about how to start that electrical project or are beginning a remodeling project, contact OT Electric. Our electrical remodeling contractors can lay new wiring to add convenience to your office, or re-wire existing systems to keep your property safe.
When remodeling or renovating my home, what electrical services should I keep in mind?
You have a great opportunity to save a lot of time and money by handling electrical upgrades when you’re remodeling or renovating your home. Some homeowners use a renovation as an opportunity to upgrade their existing system and set their home up for the future. Once work begins, it is much easier to do a thorough overhaul of the wiring in one shot, saving you money and time. The results are a wiring system perfectly suited to your expanding needs as time goes on. Keep OT Electric in mind for this project.
While the demands of this new part of your house are of paramount concern, they don’t exist in a vacuum. Adding something like a large appliance or hot tub can create excessive burden on your existing electrical system.
In those cases, wiring an addition is much more complicated than adding another circuit. As a qualified electrician, we’ll evaluate the overall state of your current system and determine if you need new circuits or a new electrical panel installed to handle the new load.