Aluminum wiring can potentially be hazardous to your home. Homes built before 1972 with aluminum wiring are more likely to have receptacles reach fire hazard conditions than those wired with copper.
Deterioration of the aluminum wiring coupled with an increase in resistance at the outlet or switch can cause overheating at dangerous levels. Buildings, commercial or residential, can be denied insurance or financing due to aluminum wiring because of these hazardous conditions.
Copaluminum is an aluminum-repairing method respected by the National Electrical Code, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, and insurance companies across the United States. Kratt Electric, Inc. electricians are certified in Copalum installations through completing a training provided by Tyco Electronics.
Reasons to choose Copalum
- Cost efficient
- Highest standard of repairing aluminum wiring
- Avoids completely re-wiring your building or home
- Quick installation time
Benefits to using Kratt Electric, Inc.
- Kratt Electric, Inc. employees ensure a prompt, friendly relationship with contractors and customers.
- Kratt Electric, Inc. guarantees to complete all projects on time while staying in the budget.
- Kratt Electric, Inc. employees ensure that their work is performed in a neat, professional manner by using drop cloths, booties, gloves, as well as completing a thorough clean up at the end of the work day.