Whole-House Rewiring in Denver
Need to Rewire Your House?
We have a specialist for that.
Our Electrical Care Specialists offer 2 whole-home rewiring options:
- Installing new copper wiring
- "Pigtailing" existing aluminum wiring
In a hurry to update your home's electrical wiring? We offer:
- Same-day service
- FREE price estimates
- Solid 1-year parts and labor warranty
How it works
Schedule an appointment with ease.
Call us at (303) 436-2525 or contact us online, and a Client Care Representative will schedule your in-home assessment for a day and time that's convenient for you. In a hurry? Let us know and we can make sure to get started that same day if it works with your schedule.
Receive a courtesy call.
You'll receive a call when your Electrical Care Specialist is 20–30 minutes away, so you won't have to wait around all day. You'll also get an email showing you a picture and bio of the specialist coming to your home.
Get a FREE price estimate.
Your electrician will assess your home's wiring needs and provide you with several whole house rewiring options and price estimates for each–all at no cost to you.
Relax as we rewire your home.
We'll take care of everything needed to upgrade your home's electrical wiring. We can usually get started on the same day you contact us. A complete whole home rewiring can take anywhere from 1 day to multiple weeks, depending on the difficulty of the job.
Share your feedback.
After the job, you'll get a call from a Client Care Representative who will make sure you're 100% satisfied with your service from start to finish. Your feedback matters to us.
How much does it cost to rewire my Denver home?
Rewiring a home in the Denver area can cost anywhere from $2,000 to $20,000.
Want more specific pricing? The only way we can give you an accurate price is through a free in-home estimate. However, we can say that the price varies based on these factors:
- The size of your home. The larger your home, the more it will cost to rewire it. That's because a larger home has more wiring to update, which increases time, labor and materials needed to complete the job.
- Replacing old wiring vs "pigtailing". Completely replacing aluminum wiring is more expensive than just "pigtailing" it because it requires cutting out walls/drywall. Pigtailing refers to only updating the aluminum wiring at connections points (outlets, switches, fixtures, etc.) and is the less expensive option. Learn more about replacing vs repairing aluminum wiring.
- Whether your home also needs an electrical panel upgrade. If you have an older home with an electrical panel that provides less than 100 amps, you'll probably need to upgrade it to accommodate your home's new wiring and electronics. Learn more about upgrading your electrical panel.
Want to learn more about the factors that affect the cost of rewiring? Check out our in-depth blog, "How Much Does It Cost to Rewire a Denver Home?"
Scrupulous, detailed, and clean work.
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Outstanding service. Provided me with multiple options and quotes. Despite several unexpected issues, Plumbline's electrician (Eric) spent a great deal of time trouble-shooting to make sure that issues were resolved same day, including making extra calls and waiting for taller ladder and checking multiple outlets due to odd original wiring. Incredibly professional staff--punctual (including courtesy call before arrival), detailed explanations of options (and honest appraisal of need and implications of not pursuing work), scrupulous, detailed, and clean work.Betsy K
100% satisfaction guaranteed (yes, really!)
We strive to get the job done right the first time. But if you have any issues, just call. You'll have your own client advocate to help you resolve any issues until you're 100% satisfied.