You’ve lived in your home for a while, and it has developed its own unique character. To some extent, you love that character because you’ve built so many memories in that house. Everything that matters most to you resides within its four walls. But when your home threatens your safety or comfort, that character doesn’t seem quite so charming.
For example, your roof may develop leaks in the same places, or your shower may fill with gunk after you flush your toilet. You may also have doors that don’t hang straight. Or you may even have lights that flicker when someone stomps too hard across an upper floor.
All of these characteristics signal that your home’s functionality has suffered over the years. And once your home loses essential functions, it becomes dangerous to live in.
We’ll address one of those essentials in this post: your electrical system.