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Breakers are designed to ensure the wiring in your home does not become overloaded. They automatically shut off if there’s too much electricity in a circuit or if the circuit shorts. Arc Fault breakers also have the ability to detect “arcing” in a circuit, which means they can detect a spark between damaged conductors. This is important as arching is a fire hazard. A regular breaker might not be able to detect the arcing, but an Arc Fault breaker will, and it will shut down the circuit before it causes a fire.
Aluminum wiring was used in many homes in the USA between the 1960s – 1970s. Aluminum wiring is not dangerous, but it becomes dangerous when there are faulty receptacles and switches, or faulty light fixtures and other equipment. Because aluminum will oxidize over time, it could be deteriorating behind the devices even though it appears fine. This is a dangerous fire hazard.
If you need your aluminum wiring checked, call us we can help!
Some states allow homeowners to do their own electrical work, providing you have the proper permits and have your wiring inspected. Before undertaking any electrical jobs on your own, please consider the safety of your family and home. We recommend contacting a professional unless you are properly trained.