Aluminum Wiring Omaha Nebraska

Aluminum Wiring Repairs Omaha Nebraska
Aluminum wiring is commonly found in homes built in the 1960’s to 1970’s.

Do you Have Aluminum Wiring In Your Omaha Home?

If your home was built through the mid 1960’s or 1970’s then it’s likely you have aluminum wiring.  If you’ve just purchased an older home or you’ve been living in the home for quite a while and haven’t had your aluminum wiring inspected by a professional then now would be a good time to start.

Precise Electric LLC is a full service electrical contractor serving the Omaha Metro, area.  We specialize in inspecting, troubleshooting, and repairing, homes and buildings that have older aluminum wiring in-place.  From simple troubleshooting and repair to replacing entire circuits with more modern copper wiring the team at Precise Electric Service LLC can help make your aluminum wiring safe and reliable.

Aluminum Wiring Services We Provide

  • Aluminum wiring inspections
  • Aluminum wiring repairs
  • Aluminum wiring replacement

Is Your Aluminum Wiring Dangerous?

When it comes to electrical in your home or building usually safety and reliability are the top concerns.  Aluminum wiring is a safe wiring choice but only if it’s been properly installed.  One of the issues with aluminum wiring is that it can oxidize when it’s exposed to the air.  This can result in overheating and often leads to the failure at the termination point such as a receptacle or switch, especially if aluminum wiring has been used in branch circuits (the smaller circuits from your electrical panel to plugs, switches, and light fixtures).

If you’ve just moved into an older home or you’ve noticed some strange electrical symptoms in an older home you’ve lived in for a while it would be a wise idea to call a licensed electrician such as Precise Electric Service LLC to come and inspect the aluminum wiring in your home.  When it comes to electrical you’re better safe than sorry!

How Do You Know If Your Home Has Aluminum Wiring?

If it was built during the 1960’s or the 1970’s then your home was built during a time period when Aluminum wiring was a common material used in construction.  There is a very good chance your home has aluminum wiring.  You can find out for sure by looking at any visible wiring.  In an older home you might find visible wiring in your basement, attic, or around your electrical panel.  Aluminum wiring is usually marked with the word Aluminum or with a number of abbreviations such as Alum, Alum ACM, or just AL.

If you are unsure or don’t feel comfortable poking around the electrical system of your home just give us a call and we’re happy to come and have a look for you.

Common Electrical Issues Caused By Aluminum Wiring

There are a variety of symptoms that might be present if your home has aluminum wiring that has started to oxidize or has become otherwise unreliable and unsafe.

  • Lights that flicker and cannot be repaired with a new bulb.
  • Electrical outlets that won’t work even with the circuit powered on.
  • Annoying static from your TV or computers.
  • Circuit breakers that constantly trip for no apparent reason.
  • Burning plastic odor around switches and outlets.

If your older home has any of the above symptoms it’s important to have the issue inspected by a professional as soon as you can.

Why Choose Precise Electric Service for Your Aluminum Wiring?

When you choose to work with Precise Electrical Service LLC for your Aluminum wiring inspections, repair, or replacement you’re partnering with a small, local, company with over 16 years of experience in the electrical trades.  We are licensed by the state of Nebraska and insured to work in your home or building.

As an owner operated company you can have the peace-of-mind knowing that any electrical work we complete will meet or exceed state and national electrical codes.  The work we do will be safe and reliable and we also back all of our work with a lifetime warranty on workmanship.  We also offer a minimum 1 year warranty on parts and labor.

If you’d like to receive an estimate to repair or inspect your aluminum wiring give us a call at 402-431-3025 or fill out our online contact form and someone will be getting right back to you.