Electrician Wirral – House Rewire Specialists Only
The Wirral is a wonderful place to live, thanks not only to its beautiful surroundings but also thanks to the number of older homes across the entire peninsula which have stood the test of time.
If you live in one of these older homes, while it may be structurally perfect, there is a distinct chance that the wiring throughout the property is outdated. If you are worried about this, it’s always worth contacting an electrician in The Wirral who you can trust to investigate the matter.
While we don’t carry out smaller jobs such as changing sockets or determining faults, as we are an NICEIC approved company who specialise in full house rewires.
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We are fully qualified to fit home car charging points now that the Government has targets to move away from fuel powered cars. If required, we can factor a car charging port into your quote in order to keep your house future-proofed.
Tips On Choosing A Electrician in Wirral For Your House Rewire
As with any skilled industry, the standard of practice can vary from person to person. So, it’s very important to make sure you choose an electrician in The Wirral that you can trust.
We are an NICEIC approved company, which means that we have the required to undertake a full house re-wiring – any electricians who lack the approval should not be performing such a task.
We also make a point of showing potential customers testimonials and online reviews from previous clients so they can rest assured that we can be trusted to carry out the work in hand.
Important Facts To Know About House Rewiring In A House In Wirral
Your safety is our concern
For many people, the circuitry of the house is not even a consideration when making a purchase – mostly because it’s out of sight, and therefore out of mind. Unfortunately, with so many older homes across the Wirral it’s very hard to know exactly when or by whom your property was last rewired, and whether or not the wiring and cables is in a condition that needs replacing. AGW are always happy to discuss such matters and provide an honest review of the issue.
Quicker and cheaper option
We also believe that it is worth mentioning that if you book us to carry out the job before you move into a home, or during a pre-planned renovation the job, we can save you even more money.
Rewiring that takes 2-4 days
Our small team are a friendly bunch who work together on all jobs to ensure that the rewiring of your home is completed as soon as possible and to the highest standard attainable. This means that we can complete an average three bed property in 2-4 days – minimising the disruption to your lives.
Personalisation – Your choice, your way
When we do carry out a full house rewire in The Wirral, we will always replace your existing circuitry with upgraded wires and accessories to make sure that it is future proof. We also provide our clients with the opportunity to reconsider the positions and number of sockets in each room to make their life easier in the future. While there may be the occasional electrician in The Wirral who will undercut competition in price, the new wiring they install is unlikely to be able to support the incoming renewable technologies that the government are planning to bring in over the next decade.
We help support future green technologies
At AGW, we stay on top of all new developments in the world of electrics, and find that providing upgraded wiring saves our clients more money in the long run. But why is this?
To combat climate change, the government wants to move away from fossil fuels. To do this, they are planning to phase out gas as a fuel source in all new build homes by 2023 and ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030 in favour of electric vehicles – and if you’re wiring isn’t up to the task, you won’t be able to charge your vehicle from your mains electricity at home.