New Electrical Wires - Attic Cleaning, Attic Insulation California

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CALL NOW! San Diego: 858-246-7421 or Orange County/Los Angeles: 714-769-0228

License #1035247

CALL NOW! San Diego: 858-246-7421 or Orange County/Los Angeles: 714-769-0228


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San Diego: 858-923-4083 or Orange County: 714-415-2728

*Our in-house inspectors will provide you a detailed inspection report so we understand exactly what needs to be done, to take you where you want to be. Make sense?

    Consequences of Bad Wiring

    Poor wiring can cause electrical fires or shocks that can cause power surges, faulty power arcs, and even death. While a frayed wire can seem innocent, it will transmit a dangerous current surging through your body if you touch it with your bare hand. If you believe you need new electrical cables in your home, you should contact a professional electrician to avoid any health problems.

    When an electrical wire is damaged, cracked, corroded, or worn, it can significantly increase your chance of having an electrical accident. Only a qualified electrician should check your wires. They can also upgrade and replace your old or faulty wires with brand new electrical wires.

    Signs Your Electrical System Needs New Wires

    Heat, bending, corrosion, or general wear and tear can cause frays or cracks in the wires. Here are the signs to watch for that may show your home requires new electrical wires:

    Damaged Wires

    Screws and nails pinching your wires are just one way your wires can fray. Damaged wires are a major hazard for fires and cause threaten the lives of your family and the safety of your home. 


    Melted Insulation Around Wiring

    If an electrical connection starts to loosen or was installed incorrectly, it can generate a horrible accumulation of heat. This can cause the conductor to heat up and melt all the insulation around your electrical wiring.


    Blown Fuses

    A blown fuse can occur if too many lights or appliances are on at the same time, causing the circuit to overload and melt the ribbons inside of the fuse. As a result, the power going into the circuit can die suddenly.


    Odd Noise Coming From the Wiring

    Cracking, buzzing, or sizzling noises coming from your outlets should be avoided and turned off immediately. This can cause a huge fire or shock to your body if not handled properly.


    Discolored Outlets

    Staining and discoloration can mean you are experiencing a power surge. This can be a huge fire concern that needs to be addressed immediately.


    Burning Odor

    Smoke or fire smells are only a sign of trouble. You need to shut off the main circuit breaker immediately and turn off all of your appliances until the source of the problem is identified and fixed by a qualified technician.


    Messy Wiring

    Your wires should be neatly and properly installed, due to messy wiring posing a significant fire risk. A licensed electrician can help ensure that your wiring is compliant and safe.


    Frequent Tripped Breakers

    You should not be constantly resetting your circuit breaker. If you are, this could mean your circuits are overloaded.


    Warm/Vibrating Outlets

    If your electrical outlet is emitting heat, that is a sign that your wiring has gone bad and you need to contact a professional immediately.


    Scorched Outlets

    Your outlets and switches should not be hot to touch, they should be cool. If you are noticing warm or burn spots on your outlets, that could mean you have an unsafe wiring condition.


    Flickering Lights

    Your lights should not flicker when you turn on a different appliance. Your circuit could be overloading if this is occurring. Your wiring and circuit breaker should be checked by an expert if this is happening


    Call Us to Install New Electrical Wires

    The condition of your electrical system will control how often you will replace your wiring. It is important to have a routine inspection to ensure that you don’t have bad wiring. It is even more crucial to have an inspection when you have bad wiring, any home renovations done, or if you are buying or selling a home. 

    If you need new electrical wiring installed in your home, our expert technicians at Attic Projects are here to identify any underlying issues and get your wires up to date. When you are updating your electrical system, you will be able to avoid bigger, and more expensive issues later on down the road. Contact our licensed professional electricians for a FREE inspection.

    Other Attic Electrical Services We Offer:

    Electrical Wire Inspection | Knob and Tube Rewiring | Electrical Panel Upgrades | New Electrical Wires | Electrical Rodent Protection


    Frequently Asked Questions:

    Can bad or damaged wiring really cause fires?

    Absolutely, in fact, electrical wiring is the cause of the majority of house fires in the United States. Electrical wiring can be forgotten about since it is hidden away. Don’t let your home go up in flames. Get a free inspection from Attic Projects today.

    What to do if your wires are frayed?

    Call a professional right away. Do not attempt to touch the wires with your bare hands because it can unknowingly shock you. This shock can be harmless, or it can cause major problems. If your wires are frayed, call Attic Projects today for a free inspection.

    When do I replace the electrical wires in my home?

    If your insulation in melting, outlets are discolored, wires are damaged, noises are coming from your electrical panel, fuses are blown, or there is a burning odor, you need to replace your electrical wiring as soon as possible to avoid an electrical fire or shock.

    My home is over 50 years old with original wiring. Do I need to upgrade it?

    Yes, absolutely. Although your wiring may seem to work just fine, it could be causing other issues for your home. It could also lead to an electrical fire. If you think your home needs new electrical wires, give the professionals at Attic Projects a call for a free inspection.

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    Rodents are a nightmare for any homeowner. They can lower the value of your home by causing serious damage, foul odors, and extensively unsanitary conditions. They also pose a significant health risk to you and your family by spreading disease and causing illness. The last thing you want is to waste your time removing rodents, only to have them move right back in. At Attic Projects, we not only humanely remove the rodents and pests from your home, but we also rodent-proof your home so they can’t come back. In order to keep the pests and rodents out permanently, you have to close up every entry point that they may squeeze into. Call Attic Projects today to get your free estimate.



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