Learn More about Low-Voltage Wiring

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Low voltage electrical systems have been invented more than 50 years ago, but they have not been so popular until recently when people began to save more and they have been promoted to American homeowners. Today, our most knowledgeable residential electrician will tell you a bit more about these systems in order to help you understand better how they function.
Low-Voltage Wiring

  • These systems allow for greater lighting flexibility and a better electrical system control convenience. The most common low-voltage uses are telephones, intercoms (doorbell), alarm systems, HVAC, audio, video, thermostats, and other electronic devices which use less than 24 volts.
  • Nowadays, some lighting control systems also use low-voltage wiring. With them, a low-voltage cable is run to all light-switch locations, instead of a small gauge. Low voltage lights come with more options in terms of setting lighting moods, which is why they can save a considerable amount of energy. These lights use less than ? of the energy used by common 120 volt lights.
  • There are also low-voltage home entering control systems and alarms. They can usually recognize your family members and detect when an unfamiliar face is attempting to enter your property. Convenient, isn’t it?

How to find out whether low-voltage systems are suitable for you and your home?

Before deciding to take advantage of the convenience, safety, comfort ,and energy savings that low-voltage systems offer, make sure to consult with a licensed and experienced residential electrician. If you do not know any local electrical contractor who has managed such electrical projects for your friends when they were building their homes, then you will be pleasantly surprised if you book the services of Walford Local Residential Electrical Repairs. Our team knows everything about the installation and maintenance of low-voltage systems, you just have to call (718) 221-5582 and ask for a consultation. We provide on-site electrical help and inspections for residents of Brooklyn NY, so take advantage of that if you are hesitant about booking our professional electricians.