If you own a home that was built between the early 1900's to 1940's and has original wiring, you most likely have knob and tube wiring in your home.
Knob and tube wiring is recognized by the electrical safety authority as an acceptable wiring method providing that it is maintained by a licensed electrical contractor, however this is rarely the case and the conductor insulation has often deteriorated over time.
Insurance companies also often require the removal of knob and tube wiring before they will provide coverage.
Fonthill Electric can remove any existing knob and tube wiring and rewire your home according to the latest electrical code.
All steps will be taken to minimize the damage to walls and ceilings in your home and if any holes are required, the homeowner will be consulted beforehand.