Commercial Wiring Services
At Prime Electrical Services, we offer commercial wiring services for your business. Do you have an aging knob and tube wiring on your commercial property? Our experienced electricians replace your outdated wiring with new, modern electrical wiring that’s safer for your business.
Commercial Wiring Differs from Residential
Commercial buildings usually require much more power than a residential building would. Due to that, the wiring used needs to be able to handle the extra load. In addition, commercial buildings must use wiring and materials that are resistant to heat, corrosion, and chemical exposure.
Knob & Tube Removal
What Knob & Tube Wiring Is
Knob and Tube wiring is an older method of electrical wiring often found in older buildings built in the late 1800s to 1930s. They are single-insulated copper conductors that run inside your walls or through spaces in your ceiling that get anchored into studs or joists with porcelain insulating tubes.
Why You Should Remove Knob & Tube Wiring
Knob and Tube wiring is usually less efficient than modern electrical wiring, and since these wires aren’t grounded, they can be dangerous. Due to how this method insulates heat, there is an increased risk of fires.
Cost of Removing Knob & Tube Wiring
Typically, removing knob & tube wiring costs between $3,500 to $8,000. However, if you need to open up walls or ceilings to access the wiring, the final cost could be more.
What to Expect From Prime’s Commercial Wiring Services
When you work with Prime Electrical Services, you can expect our licensed and experienced electricians to solve all your commercial wiring needs. We’re up to date on all commercial electrical codes, so you can guarantee you’re in good hands. No matter your commercial wiring needs, our skilled team can help.
Contact Prime Electrical Services for Your Commercial Wiring Needs
Call us today at (888) 471-9083 to learn more about our commercial wiring services and how we can help replace your outdated knob and tube wiring. We’ll work with you to get the job done right the first time.