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Electrical rewiring is a significant task which will drastically reduce the value of your property if done poorly. Finding a qualified, experienced and well-reviewed professional might seem like a difficult task, but Plentific can make it fast and easy. The Plentific website will generate a list of the best tradesmen in your local area offering electrical rewiring services, complete with access to customer reviews to help you compare each of your choices. With the information for over 75,000 professional tradesmen across the UK, Plentific is dedicated to helping you make the right hire in a nick of time.
What do you need to know about electrical rewiring?
The cost of rewiring your home will depend on a few distinct factors: how large is your home? Where do you live? Will the work be hampered by your furniture? You will also need to consider the price of repairing or replastering walls - rewiring is not a delicate procedure! Rewiring is a job where the price can vary considerably based on your location in the UK, so keep that in mind if you live in London. To avoid any difficulties and to make sure your tradesmen can complete their work as quick as possible it is a good idea to arrange alternative accommodation for whoever lives in your property until the job has been completed. It is important to get multiple quotes to compare - some tradesmen may just give you an average while others will take the time to consider your specific needs. A high quality professional may also be able to arrange re-plastering and finishing work for you. On average, rewiring a house can cost anything from £2500 to £4000, but again the price will depend heavily on the bespoke factors involved.
Rewiring is a big job and if it is poorly done you will no doubt face significant costs down the line, so ensure that your final choice is adequately qualified as an electrician. They may have passed additional courses, or may be a part of a national tradesman’s organisation such as the Electrical Contractor’s Association - this is a good sign, as such organisations typically enforce high standards for workmanship and codes of conduct. A professional should be able to provide all of this information, in addition to customer reviews from previous jobs.