Here’s a fascinating article from the All Round Electrical website. It’s called Getting Your Home Renovated? Here are Electrical Upgrades to Consider.
It shares some great advice on which parts of your electrical system to update. This one’s particularly important:
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) are designed to switch off the electricity in that specific circuit if the plugged-in appliance/device comes in contact with any moisture or water. These essential safety devices are commonly installed in areas like kitchens and bathrooms or outdoor areas as well. But they weren’t a common feature in older homes and if they are missing in your property, it’s a good idea to get them installed during this upgrade.
For the rest of the tips here, give the rest of the article a read.