Electrical update, what to do?
This is not a do-it-yourself project; Panel and wiring changes should be done by a licensed electrical contractor which is also insured and bonded, he will contact your city planning department for any local restrictions or requirements; a permit is needed and the costs vary widely nationwide for the upgrading process. Many older houses do not have sufficient electrical outlets that are adequate for all the electrical needs. If this is the case for you, you should contact a licensed electrician to come out to your house to give you an estimate of what it will cost to install more electrical outlets, you might want to consider upgrading the old wiring and bringing it up to the latest code requirements. Other electrical problems like power surges or circuit breaker or fuse problems are also things that a licensed electrician can help with. Electrical problems are potentially dangerous, so this is one of the critical reasons why you should always have a professionally trained electrician do all of your electrical work. Many electrical fires happen because property owners fail to take electrical problems seriously. Many fires could be avoided if they are addressed in a timely manner and handled by a professional licensed electrician. Power outages and fires can not only be dangerous but costly too, especially for a business. If you have any dimming or flickering light, old wiring or visibly frayed wires you should call a licensed electrician to come out to assess your situation.