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Incorrect wiring in your office or store can pose severe safety hazards to you and your employees. It can also cause unnecessary charges to your electricity bill.
If your building is 40 years or older, your office electrical system may not be strong enough for the electricity demands of modern day businesses. As a result, it may need to be replaced.
It takes careful planning and consideration to ensure that the wiring in your office space is done properly. Don't put your employees at risk; Can-tech can help!Get a Quote
There are electrical safety concerns with aluminium wiring in office buildings built in the 60's and 70's.
While aluminium wires are not dangerous themselves, the connection and termination points can become loose, overheat and cause a fire in your office space.
Due to safety concerns, many insurance companies will not provide insurance coverage to buildings with aluminium wiring. If you office is wired with aluminium or you are think it may have aluminium wiring you can:
Rewiring your office consists of replacing all instances aluminium wiring with modern copper wire.
The advantage of rewiring your office building is that once it is done it will not need as much maintenance compared to a temporary solution (such as aluminium rejuvenation).
The disadvantage is that rewiring your office is a time consuming job and a large financial investment.
Aluminium rejuvenation is a temporary solution with less of an upfront financial investment.
The rejuvenation process includes replacing the receptacles, switches and connectors in your office with ones that have an aluminium rating, and then treating all other connectors with an antioxidant.
The disadvantage to aluminium rejuvenation is that it is only a temporary fix and will need frequent maintenance in order to keep your office building safe.
A certified electrician can inspect your office, advise you of the best options and assist you in making an educated decision about aluminium wiring.