The Startling Truth about Knob-and-Tube Wiring and How to Avoid Costly Mistake Buying Home

Knob and Tube Wiring was one of the first electrical wiring forms to provide power in the US’s homes and buildings. Knob and tube wiring began to be phased out during the 1940s, so if your home or building was built before 1950, you might still run into this type of wiring.  What exactly is…

Home Inspection

If you are in the market for a new home, the most crucial step is finding out what is wrong with the house. One of the most frustrating parts of buying or selling a home is waiting on the home inspection. When someone comes to do a home inspection, it could derail your dreams of…

5 Astonishing Reasons Why You Want to Get Rid of Cloth Wiring When Buying A New Home [And Avoid Catastrophe]

Cloth wiring is electrical wiring covered with cloth.It is the predecessor of modern-day wiring insulation and stopped be using in the 1970s.Cloth wiring is standard in old homes that were constructed before the 1960s and have not been renovated.Since the 1960s seem like ancient history, you probably have not encountered cloth wiring much, if at…

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