How Much Does Knob and Tube Wiring Replacement Cost?

Knob and Tube wiring, commonly known as K&T, is an older form of electrical distribution which was used in homes up until the 1930’s.  If your home still uses the knob and tube electrical system, you may find to difficult to find an insurance company that is willing to insure you home.  The reason for this is that these older systems could very easily have won out wires that have shorts in them, causing electrical problems such as shorting out, starting fires, and even causing small explosions.  Although these things are a rare occurrence, the chances are higher with an older system such as K & T.  If you own an older home that still has this, you should replace the outdated knob and tube wiring systems in your house with an updated electrical system that is safer and more efficient.

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