What is the average cost to rewire a house?
Answered by Direct Developments and Maintenance Ltd
27th March 2021
Direct Developments and Maintenance Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
taking into account t the property size, I would budget £3000 to £5000, that's a realistic budget to work too, also we always try to encourage using local tradespeople and companys, we are more then happy to offer advice free of change, we also have an online calculator to give you a clearly understanding of a realistic budget to work too
Answered by S&G Electrical Installations Limited
21st February 2021
S&G Electrical Installations Limited answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This varies on the size of the property and the spec in which will be going into the property. For example a house with normal sockets and ceiling roses will be cheaper than a house with every room full of led down-lights and usb sockets everywhere. It is always best to get a quote for the spec on your property.
Answered by Electric11
26th December 2020
Electric11 answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Varies depending on criteria required, and location. A basic 3 bed terraced house rewire in London costs around £3800. This is for basic white plastic accessories, chose fancy accessories add in data connections, garage or home office supplies, car chargers or smart accessories and the cost will be significantly more.
Answered by Mathew Rees Electrical & Home Services
25th October 2020
Mathew Rees Electrical & Home Services answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Costing an rewire!! It’s hard to do so without actually seeing the property, average cost of an standard house rewire can start from £3000 and based what you actually want to have installed. Remember!!!! Having a rewire done is very disruptive to your home and you really need to get it right first time, make sure that you have the right number of sockets in all the right places ( we all know that designs can change in our homes, moving sofas around, changing what room is used for ) it’s always better to put a little more in before making your home special. Don’t worry it’s all in good hands before any works are started a good electrician with help you design your layout.
Answered by Dragon Electrical
28th September 2020
Dragon Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
It'll vary on size of property, usually between £2000 and £3000 for a three bedroomed terrace house. This includes chasing of walls and finishing off with an installation certificate. Everything depends on a number of things as in type of installation does it need a smart home rewire which can cost substantially more. Best to get the property surveyed and quoted (which is free) to see exactly what the customer needs. Stay safe everyone and keep wearing the masks when working in customers properties.
Answered by Elec-craft Electrical Services
16th September 2020
Elec-craft Electrical Services answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The definition of AVERAGE is just that, the sum total of all prices for rewires carried out, divided by the number of prices. I don't have that information. Judging from the responses on this question from other members I really dont think they understand what an average means. It is not a price RANGE. The average price cannot be answered In afraid. My best guess would be one bed house £2000, two bed house, £3000, three bed house £3750, four bed house £4,500, five bed house £5250. A house comes in many types, shapes and sizes. There is no such thing as an average price for a house rewire. There is an average price for a range of houses.
Answered by Fenna & Company Limited
26th August 2020
Fenna & Company Limited answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This can vary immensely based on lots of criteria, age of and build type of house, amount of rooms and circuits required, but on average for a standard 2-3 bed house i would budget for between £3000-£5000 for a full rewire with new CU and wiring accessories such as socket faceplates and light swithes etc
Answered by Charged Electrical Ltd
8th July 2020
Charged Electrical Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The average cost of a rewire depends on a number of factors. The main factors are size of the property and complexity of the install. Both of these factors affect the amount of labour required to complete the task. A smart home will cost more than a traditional one and a larger home will cost more than a smaller one. Also prices vary significantly depending on where in the country you live. In the south (excl London and surrounds) you can expect a 3 bedroom house rewire to start around £3000
Answered by Alford Electrical Services Ltd
20th June 2020
Alford Electrical Services Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This all falls down to the size of the property and the specification the client has in mind. Basic rewires are far cheaper then a high end install with AV And home automation incorporates. In the region where we work prices start from £2000 upwards. This would include standard white accessories and basic required circuits
Answered by Adam Kirkham Electrical
9th June 2020
Adam Kirkham Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The average cost of rewiring a house will depend on the size of the property and on the condition of its existing wiring. If the wiring is very old and damaged then a lot of preparation work is needed to have proper wiring installed. The average cost for rewiring a two-bed terraced house usually comes to £2500, which accounts for 5-8 days of work required to complete the job
Answered by Camlec
6th June 2020
Camlec answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The price can vary on a multiple of items, plastic or chrome facias plates, pendants or spots lights, chased or surface, Position of Consumer unit, some 3 bedroom houses will have 2 or 3 reception rooms. Based on a 3 bed, 1 bath, living room and kitchen a basic 3 bedroom house would be £3200 plus vat.
Answered by Zafran Saleem
6th June 2020
Zafran Saleem answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Tye answer would be based on variable factors such as the required specification, access, chasing, cable runs, the price margin generally for a 3 bed would be in the region of 3000 upwards and that would give you basic specification of 2 white plastic sockets + 1 pendant per room
Answered by Renewable & Electrical Power Systems Ltd
4th June 2020
Renewable & Electrical Power Systems Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
As most of the other electricians have mentioned in the group, the price can really vary. Depends on the amount of bedrooms, the construction of the house, chases/raggles, number of points etc etc. a basic 3 bedroom house with the usual 3 sockets and a pendant in each room, 4 sockets in the lounge etc should start at around £3000. Again as mentioned, no house is the same and the requirements are always different.
Answered by Bryan Electrical Services Team LTD
11th May 2020
Bryan Electrical Services Team LTD answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The price of a rewire will vary in accordance with the clients requirements and specifications plus our own little criteria such as, Is it occupied or unoccupied, is it surface or chased, number and type of accessories to be used and their locations etc. We have done rewires ranging from £2k bog standard to £40k 5 bed full home automation. The only time I can say I have come across more than one rewire where the spec is exactly the same has been in the social housing sector and not the private.
Answered by Electricians On Call
10th May 2020
Electricians On Call answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The easiest answer is, as much as you would like to spend. There is no such thing as an average rewire as each job is different, more importantly, each customer has different ideas and tastes. In over 20 years of being in business I have never met 2 customers that have exactly the same taste in sockets, switches, light fittings etc. Requirements can range from the very basic, utilising the decent homes standard as a minimum specification for numbers of sockets and lights within each room, all the way up to hidden and recessed lighting with voice controllable accessories. The list is endless, all we can do is find out what the customer wants, make their requested specification as safe and future proof as possible, and of course, hopefully exceed their expectations.
Answered by PG Electricals
1st May 2020
PG Electricals answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
A unoccupied house 2 to 3 bed would start at about £3000 this would include standard white accessories, 18th edition board, smokes. additional charges would occur if wanted to add spots, usb sockets, outside lights and sockets. 4 beds would then move to the £4000 mark and so on.
Answered by MRBE LTD
1st May 2020
MRBE LTD answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Depending on size/type of property & specification of the works the costs can vary quite a lot. A reasonable minimum cost for a 2/3 bed house is around £3000, this will give a basic installation with white accessories. The ave cost would be around £4000 to £6000, with higher specifications increasing the cost further.
Answered by Eco electrical Contractors South East Ltd
27th April 2020
Eco electrical Contractors South East Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Too many variables to give an accurate average, however in the south east -typical 3 bed semi like for like re wire with a few additional points , downlights in kitchens and wet rooms etc 3-5 k un occupied , but it really depends on so may variables, main one being occupied or vacant! metal or plastic sockets etc etc most expensive rewire to date is a 8 bed 6 bath 6 reception 5 mains boards and external lights at circa 70k
Answered by R Llewellyn Electrical
26th April 2020
R Llewellyn Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
In 23 years I’ve never done a straight rewire. We’ve been asked lots of times, but more often than not the rewire is part of other refurbishments or improvements, so additional accessories and fittings have been added, kitchen replaced, new lighting control, networking infrastructure to provide seamless WiFi, audio installations, control systems etc. I can honestly say I’ve never quoted for an “average” rewire!
Answered by Pierce Electric
21st April 2020
Pierce Electric answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The rule of thumb is that it should be £1000 per bedroom for a standard rewire. If the customer wants recessed lights, external lights, usb sockets, extra sockets then they would be priced accordingly. This applies to the area which I live in, it would obviously be higher in London.
Answered by 3 Wire Electrical ltd
14th April 2020
3 Wire Electrical ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
the avaerage coat of a rewire differs on a few different things one is weather the occupant are still going to be libing there while work is taking place, the size of the property the condition of the walls and floors and the last time it was required and if any additional items are required costs start from 3k to around 8k
Answered by CED Electrical
2nd April 2020
CED Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Average price for London and the south east is probably anywhere in the region of £3k - £10k, but this depends entirely on property size, number of rooms, number of sockets/outlets needed, number of lights needed, any outside lighting/features needed and types/quality of fittings required/requested (basic white plastic or brushed stainless for example).
Answered by Martin Kaine
1st April 2020
Martin Kaine answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
All depends on how many bedrooms, also on how many lights in each room if there’s going to be downlights this can increase the price, also the same with sockets,normally most rewire are priced with plastic finish, if there’s going to be metal fronts this can increase price,as a guide 2500 to 6000
Answered by Energy North Ltd
31st March 2020
Energy North Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
It is usually total £500-600 per room /kitchen/ living room Switch light and sockets are apart of this price...also depend of the qualified person or not qualified person... this last person usually is the same builder doing Refurbishing which is not qualified person and is not legal under any scheme of the government but is practical for many landlords...
Answered by Evans Electrical South Wales
27th March 2020
Evans Electrical South Wales answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
An average rewire could cost any amount of money something that could be average to one person could not be to another. Average price in my area South Wales is between £3k to £6k basic installations depending on how many bedrooms. If you where to go down the chrome and spot light option way then you could be looking at anything between £4k to £10k
Answered by Routley & Lemon
25th March 2020
Routley & Lemon answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The easiest answer is, there is no average cost. As it all depends on spec.location easy of install etc. As each house is different with different needs for the house owner, unless is a bog standard fit out for a housing estate or similar type of property. We only quote to the clients needs.
Answered by Livewire Limited
24th March 2020
Livewire Limited answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Unfortunately there isn't an average cost for the rewire of a property as every one of them differ, if you are looking for an estimated cost it would be easier to to see how many lights and sockets etc you require as a cost per point is easier to price, if you want want any down lights etc
Answered by D Corfield
22nd March 2020
D Corfield answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Cost of a rewire depends on many factors. Some of these are: size of property, choice of wiring accessories, type of lighting installed (obviously a room full of recessed down lights will take more planning, materials and installation work than just a centre light) network wiring, lighting control systems, heating control systems. Another factor that will greatly change the cost of a rewire is if the property is occupied
Answered by CD Electrical
13th March 2020
CD Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
this tends to vary by many factors from spec and scale of property. As an average a 3 bedroom property you would be looking between £3-6000. Depending if the property is empty or occupied can have a large difference as well with things like flooring down and large furniture in the way.
Answered by Electrical & Safety Compliance Solutions
12th March 2020
Electrical & Safety Compliance Solutions answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
A typical 2 up 2 down domestic dwelling rewire will start around £3000 for a basic specification installation to current British Standards, from there additions such as USB sockets, dimmable LED downlighting, smart controls, are added dependant on the customers personal specific requirements.
Answered by Jr Elec
10th March 2020
Jr Elec answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This does vary, but a standard 3 bedroom house you would be looking at around £3000-£6000 depending on how many circuits ect. This price may also depend on if the house is lived in or empty, also how soon you need it to be done if it was more of an emergency then you would expect to pay more. Another factor to consider is if you are having standard White accessories or chrome/ satin chrome, if you are having lighting pendants or fancy down lighters.
Answered by Nd electrical
2nd March 2020
Nd electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Prices on house rewires will vary from job to job, due to property size and clients specifications. In general we price rewires at £1000 per bedroom, and that will be with standard fittings. If the client wanted more expensive light fittings or chrome sockets etc then the price would go up.
Answered by MFS Electrical
27th February 2020
MFS Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
A price for a rewire can vary between £3000 and £25000 depending on a number of factors. The factors could be type and quantity of points and accessories, smart home tech, floor area state of occupancy. Building fabric types and much more without a visit a price would be a shot in the dark.
Answered by One click electrical
27th February 2020
One click electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
I work out rewires based on £1500 then £500 per bedroom and kitchen. Specialist accessories bump prices up too. It has worked for me well although sometimes dependant on customers circumstances cheaper prices have been given. The Elderly get 10% off and ex servicemen and women also get the same discount
Answered by AW Electrical Services
26th February 2020
AW Electrical Services answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
General rule of thumb would be £1000 per bedroom plus £500. This would be for standard white plastic accessories and quantity. Additional points and or decorative would considerably increase material costs. This would also need to be on an empty house. “Lived in” rewires would be double if not triple due to time.
Answered by Gifford’s Electrical Limited
26th February 2020
Gifford’s Electrical Limited answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The cost of a rewire is dependent on client requirements. For a 3 bed I’ve priced anything from £3k to £10k for higher end finish with cctv and alarm. As I want to move towards full home automation I can see those cost will significantly rise.
Answered by Volts
25th February 2020
Volts answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
A rule of thumb in the midlands ive always gone by is roughly 2 bedroom - £2500 3 bedroom - £3500 4 bedroom - £4500 and so on, however this all depends on fixtures and fitting chosen. For example downlights, outside lights, designer fittings etc. i would always recommend getting a full quotation though as prices will vary per job.
Answered by PARSLEY ELECTRICAL
24th February 2020
PARSLEY ELECTRICAL answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The cost to rewire a house depends on many factors, the amount of rooms, the type of accessories or the amount of outlets in each room. A standard 3 bedroom house for example with 3 sockets, a switch and pendant in each bedroom with white fittings throughout would cost £3500. Things to consider during a rewire would be: ▪︎Downlights ▪︎Socket and switch finish ▪︎aerial points ▪︎data points ▪︎alarm system ▪︎data cabling ▪︎home automation ▪︎Outside lighting/power etc call me on 07896622520 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for a free quotation.
Answered by AJR ELECTRICAL SERVICES
19th February 2020
AJR ELECTRICAL SERVICES answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
An average price of a 3 bedroom terraced house rewire. with basic white fittings is around £3500. the price will increase on the .amount of bedrooms. .number of lights. .burried or surface mounted. .spot lights. .amount of power points. .outside power/lighting .fancy finish etc etc If your having a full rewire then the bare minimum your looking at is around £3000
Answered by Baggaley Electrical Services
18th February 2020
Baggaley Electrical Services answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The cost to rewire a house will depend mainly on the size of the property - for example, the cost to rewire a 3 bedroom house will be more than the cost of rewiring a flat. Rewiring happens in two parts, a “first fix” which involves installing the wiring itself, and a “second fix” where the switches and sockets are installed and the system is connected and made live. The cost normally ranges from £2000 for a Partial Rewire to around £4000-£5500 for a quality job with making good.
Answered by SGKC Electrical
18th February 2020
SGKC Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
There is no average price you should expect to pay for a rewire there are so many factors to consider, but as a rule of thumb a very basic rewire with 1 pendent and 3 sockets in each room of you estimated at £1000 / bedroom +£300 / other room etc kitchen lounge diner you wouldn’t be far off,
Answered by JB Electrics
10th February 2020
JB Electrics answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
We price in around £3500 in Hastings area, however all depends on if the house is full of furniture and if the customer would like metal sockets and switches. We don’t Rewire a house if it’s occupied by tenants or customer. We are always happy to help with advice and give a free estimate
Answered by Out of the Dark UK
7th February 2020
Out of the Dark UK answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Bare minimum cost of £2000, the rest then is dependent on the size of the installation and the requirement of the client. I'll also have to add that as a company we refuse to install sub standard equipment, so all of our consumer units, cables, wiring accessories, lights and alarms or smoke alarms are from quality manufacturers backed by manufacturers warranty as well as our own
Answered by AF Electrical Limited
5th February 2020
AF Electrical Limited answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
As a general guide it is around £1000 per bedroom for a basic rewire (2 bedroom £2000 3 bedroom £3000) but it can vary depending on what you are wanting. The best option would be to give us a call and we can come and give you an accurate quotation.
Answered by R Harris Electrical Services Ltd
3rd February 2020
R Harris Electrical Services Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Basic rewire costs in Oxfordshire cost from £2800 for a standard 3 bedroom property, considerations advised at this point for low energy lighting, upgraded fire detection, smart home technology, surge protection and any future planning. For example car chargers, extension or electric showers always advise including extra circuitry if suspect required in future due to lower cost at time of rewiring.
Answered by J & S Electrical
30th January 2020
J & S Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
A rewrite generally starts at around £2500. This is with new fixed wiring and a consumer unit. We include a hard wired fire detection system with interconnected detectors as standard. 1st fix is usually completed in 1 week. This is usually a good time to wire in your data network cabling for your smart home media devices and TV’s
Answered by Whitfield Electrical Services
29th January 2020
Whitfield Electrical Services answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
A basic rewire of a 3 bed semi with white plastic sockets, switches and pendant lights would normally start at £2500. Extra costs would be for alarm systems, cctv, data cabling, audio visual, decorative sockets and lighting. Home cinema or media rooms would hugely increase prices
Answered by Lc Fisher Electrical Services
17th January 2020
Lc Fisher Electrical Services answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
there's alot to consider with a rewire but depends on specification ie type of finish, downlights, aerial points, data points, etc etc.. and then whether or not its lived in or if its fully furnished or empty if power for fridges and freezers have to be accounted for, a guide would be between 3000 - 5000 on average.
Answered by Hemmings Electrical Services Ltd
13th January 2020
Hemmings Electrical Services Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This all depends on the specification of the customer. If it’s a basic 2/3 bed re-wire, low spec it can range from £2,500 -£4,000 with certification. On houses with higher spec lighting, under floor heating, cinema rooms etc it can get a bit more expensive! But this is all job specific and there’s always a way to quote a fair price which the customer can feel satisfied with!
Answered by NY ELECTRICAL
11th January 2020
NY ELECTRICAL answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Anything from £3,000 upwards, so many factors to think about, socket finishes, number of circuits required, 1 light fitting or downlights/designed lighting grids An average 3 bedroom house with 1 light fitting and 3 double sockets to a room would be around £3,000.00 to a white finish if it helps
Answered by SJC Electrical & Property Maintenance
1st December 2019
SJC Electrical & Property Maintenance answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
As a rule of thumb in the North-West you would roughly be looking at approx £1,000 per bedroom. (3 Bed - £3,000, 4 Bed - £4,000, & so on) There are many factors to take into account such as the housing being empty or full of furniture, standard pendants or downlights, fans, Underfloor heating, USB sockets, dimming, external power & many other factors. The best option would be to get us round to work out what your exact requirements are.
Answered by Keynston Services
29th November 2019
Keynston Services answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
A house rewire involves a lot more than "just" wires and there can be some significant factors in terms of time and expense that add to (or reduce) the cost of physical materials. Once installed, the physical wiring, consumer unit and connections or joints that are hidden within the building walls and floors will be pretty much the same. But there may be additional costs if accessing voids under floors or behind walls involve disturbing, replacing or making good the building structure. The cost of visible fittings, switches and sockets, luminaires (lights) etc can vary between the 'basic' white plastic fittings theough various metal and bespoke finished items. Increasingly nowadays, customers want to incorporate SMART fittings into their houses to control heating lighting and access. All of these add to the install costs, but bring added value that some, perhaps many, customers now expect.
Answered by Complete-wiring-solutions
24th November 2019
Complete-wiring-solutions answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Rewiring a 3 bedroom house costs between £2,500-£4,500 and typically takes between 6-10 days. The lower price is what you what you should expect to pay in the North of England and higher end would be more likely for London. Electrical rewiring costs will vary depending on some factors including: The size of your house (naturally a three bedroom house will cost more than a one bedroom flat). Whether the home is occupied during the rewiring (electricians will work faster in an empty property). The specification of fittings and fixtures you choose (stainless steel versus white PVC sockets etc.). The number of socket outlets etc. and other extras such as security lighting or outside power points. Where you live in the UK because of regional variances in contractor costs across the country.
Answered by GL Electrical
9th November 2019
GL Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Average 3 bedroom basic rewire £3500+ this is dependant on walls and floors examples straw walls, brick, drywall, hard wood flooring,chipboard, laff and plaster but you also have the additional cost of redecorating There are no set guidelines as to when a property should be rewired. Just because your wiring’s old, it doesn’t mean it’s unsafe. Many factors can affect the wear and tear of your electrical installation, including the materials used and how your property has been used. We would advise that a periodic inspection is carried out on owner-occupied properties at least every 10 years MAXIMUM and every five years MAXIMUM in rented accommodation. The test will certify whether the electrics in a property are safe and tell you if anything needs upgrading.
Answered by V & A Burgess ltd
2nd November 2019
V & A Burgess ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
How long is a piece of string? The cost of a rewire is wholly dependent upon what the client requires. There really is no rule of thumb anymore. Budget for several thousand pounds and use a qualified and experienced electrician. When obtaining quotes, be completely honest with yourself about what you want. Data cabling to all rooms for internet, CCTV cabling for existing or future camera installation, whether or not Aerial points are necessary, suitable number of sockets to ensure that extension leads are not necessary and so on. It is cheaper to install everything during the rewire than for an electrician to come back afterwards. Do a walk through of your home to ascertain where you would like electrical fixtures and fittings your electrician will be able to assist you with this.
Answered by Karl Chamberlain Electrical Services
26th October 2019
Karl Chamberlain Electrical Services answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This is based on the requirements of the customer. so the price can vary quite a bit. Obviously 1 pendant and 1 twin socket in each room is a lot cheaper than the customer wanting recessed led lights and 4 twin sockets in each room. Housing requirements recommend a minimum of 1 pendant and three twin sockets in each room to cover modern living. Smoke alarms are added as part of building regulations. I have rewired properties from £3,000 to £16,000, based on the above information.
Answered by Omnia Electrical
22nd September 2019
Omnia Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
As the majority have already said, there is no set price really for re-wires. You use to be able to go on the rule of thumb £1000 - £1200 per bedrooms in the house and you wouldn't be very far of the mark. That however has changed with growing technologies that people want and the regulations that have to be adhered to. These days there is no average price and it all boils down to what the customer is wanting. I have quoted for rewires range from £4600 to up to £19,500. Both of the prices you see here are for two separate 4 bedroom rewire jobs. So, really no, there is no average price.
Answered by AJS Essex Electrics
5th September 2019
AJS Essex Electrics answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
the average cost will depend on the size of the rewire. The basic rewire can be from £2000-£4000/5000. Then there could be factors to the rewire, your additional socket or light. personally I do a ball park figure, £1000 per bedroom and then £1500-£2000 for the living room and kitchen utility room depending.
Answered by Electrical NRG
19th August 2019
Electrical NRG answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This answer varies depending upon the clients specification. Every job is different as is the clients requests. There are numerous factors that contribute towards the price. e.g Is the property vacant or occupied? Do they wish to have pendant lights or down lights? Socket and switch faceplate finishes (White plastic or Chrome/Brushed Steel) Number of socket outlets? CAT 6 data points throughout the household, CCTV installed throughout the property, Number of smoke and heat alarms? Is there an electric shower specified? Does the client want USB integrated socket outlets? Is there underfloor heating? Does the client want the cables chased into the walls or run surface in mini trunking? Is there an electric hob? (Induction/ceramic) Does the client want an intruder alarm? Do they required outdoor/garden lighting? Supply to an outbuilding garage or shed? It’s always best to meet the customer if possible and go through their ideas and thoughts. That way a more accurate price can be given.
Answered by Am electrical ni
10th August 2019
Am electrical ni answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This is probably the most asked question by home owners and prospective buyers. The truth is that the price of a rewire depends on the type of demand that is required by the installation, the types of fixtures and fittings requested (diversity must be taken into account) network cable, cctv & intruder alarm systems, different heating types, the list goes on and on because it used to be that a property’s Electrical installation only comprised of a few single sockets, lighting circuit, cooker point and Immersion heater. In today's electrical world it also has to be up to the 18th edition regulations and be tested and certified. Several quotations should always be got before deciding and always check their background, qualifications and insurance.
Answered by M.E.T Electrical Ltd
17th July 2019
M.E.T Electrical Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The average cost to rewire a house isn't a straightforward answer. Each situation is different and the overall cost depends upon the clients requirements and specification. Factors that influence the cost are the number and type of sockets - are there any USB sockets, are they metallic etc. How many lights and what type are required - specialised smart lighting or decorative fittings will dramatically change the cost. There is also a number of options for the fuse board/consumer unit, with different circuit protection available, as well as the calculations for surge protection, which all influence the cost. The best way is to obtain a number of quotes to the same specification and choose the electrician you feel most comfortable with and that you feel would do the work to the standard that you would like.
Answered by Newport Electrical Services
15th July 2019
Newport Electrical Services answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This is by far the most common question we get asked and when someone is enquiring about a Rewire. And the answer is always the same a Rewire is a unique quote for everyone’s individual needs. So one customers quote is not the same as another’s due to individual requirements more sockets, lights, Downlights etc the best thing a customer can do is get 3 quotes from 3 reputable company’s and find a comfortable price there happy with.
Answered by STS ELECTRICALS NORTH EAST LIMITED
28th June 2019
STS ELECTRICALS NORTH EAST LIMITED answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The install of a complete rewire of the average house would now have to comply with the 18th edition BS 7671 consumer split load unit choice whether SPD RCBO’s is required the client would need to confirm the needs of themselves and family quality of fittings, chased in wiring less than 50mm would require additional protection, all bonding would need certifying as appropriate. The DNO would need to be notified to identify and clarify the incoming tails and head along with earthing was suitable to the clients needs and upgraded if necessary, testing of the condition of the current system to be carried out (large oven from 6kw shower 6kw) diversity to be applied. Smoke alarms, extras as cctv, alarm system downlighting, data points smart lighting. These factors would need to be taken into consideration before a price could be offered. The client would be involved in all decisions.
Answered by Brighter Design Electrical Services ltd
3rd June 2019
Brighter Design Electrical Services ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This is probably the most asked question by home owners and prospective buyers, my answer is how long is a piece of string? The truth is the price of a rewire all depends on the type of demand that is required by the installation, the types of fixtures and fittings requested by the client, diversity must be taken into account, network cable, cctv & intruder alarm systems, under floor heating the list goes on and on, the fact of it is , back in the day a property’s Electrical installation comprised of a few single sockets , lighting circuit , cooker point and Emerson heater, how easy life was back then, whereas in today’s modern home and with technology evolving at a rapid rate we finding ourselves living in more of a facility than a home, now this is not such a bad thing as we are only moving with the times but as the demand grows for more technology within our homes (facilities) so does the complexity of our Electrical installation so my answer to the question is..... (How long is a piece of string)
Answered by T.A electrical installations
2nd June 2019
T.A electrical installations answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
There is no average cost for a house rewire as there are so many variables like spec, number of points in a property and if the property in occupied or not amongst other factors to take into consideration. If you would like to gain a rough costing of a rewire before contacting an electrician is to base the amount of electrical points at £45-£60 per point Hope this helps Dan
Answered by A.M Electrics
31st May 2019
A.M Electrics answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
It a depends on the spec of the home owner also the type of property, is this going to be a lived in property or a empty house also where in the county this property is. For my area of south devon for a 3 bed up and down property your looking anything up wards of £3000. Hope this helps Many thanks Dan A.M Electrics
Answered by PLYMOUTH sparky
30th May 2019
PLYMOUTH sparky answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
These prices are examples as it does depend on client requirements but a rough guide below. rewire prices typically 1250 per bedroom.. depending if occupied or empty. 2 bed bungalow £2500 2 bed terrance 2500 2 bed house £2500 3 bed house £3750 3 bed simi 3750 3 bed bungalow £3750 4 bed detached 4900 4 bed detached house £4900
Answered by Riverside Electrical & Property Services
21st May 2019
Riverside Electrical & Property Services answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
As others have already stated there isn't really an average price for a rewire, as there are too many variables. Such as the finish of accessories required, number of accessories required, downlights, exterior lighting, occupied or empty house, whether the chases are to be made good etc.
Answered by Tech Electrical Contractors
21st May 2019
Tech Electrical Contractors answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
there is no average price as there's a lot to consider for example how is the job,how long will take,Is the property empty or lived in what finish dose the customer want and some three bedroom house are massive and are small so it's a case by case basis but £70 per point would be a starting point.
Answered by Orman Electrics
18th May 2019
Orman Electrics answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This completely depends on the finish requirements eg: Downlight’s , white or decorative sockets and switched , number of sockets required , number of appliances. But a basic rewire on a 3 bedroom house should be in the region on £2500-£3500 If surge protection or Arc fault detection is wanted this can add between £1000-£2000 to the rewire
Answered by AEI Electrical
13th May 2019
AEI Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Unfortunately there is no average price for a rewire. The prices can vary massively depending on what the customer wants. The beauty of a rewire is the customer can literally pick and choose exactly what they want and where they want it so can adjust the cost to what suits. To give a rough guide we usually barge around £60 per point to get a ball park figure.
Answered by Powernet-Electricals
3rd May 2019
Powernet-Electricals answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
the average cost of a 3 bedroom rewiring is about £3000 -3500 .Its not a definite figure because it depends on the finish required by the customer, standard white finish is cheaper. if the customer is looking decorative finish then it will be a lot more. It also depends if you are going to do the chasing or not
Answered by CT Sparks Ltd
3rd May 2019
CT Sparks Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The costs involved with complete rewires can vary quite substantially due to specs. For a standard 3 bed with basic plastic fittings throughout its around £2500-3500. If you wanted to add downlights in all rooms, cctv, smart switching, multi room audio, solar PV you can easily double or triple the costs.
Answered by Aurora Building and Maintenance
29th April 2019
Aurora Building and Maintenance answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
No clear way of answering this. It’s the age old how longs a piece of string. Every install is different and depends on how many sockets, lights etc. What colour etc But your base price is about £2500 for a basic 2up 2down You need to decide if you want luxury chrome, usb sockets etc.
Answered by C.Quigg Electrical Contractors
14th April 2019
C.Quigg Electrical Contractors answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
Unfortunately there is no clear answer for this as this does vary on many different circumstances and requirements. Things that need to be taken into account are Type of premises Size of premises Type of incoming supply Clients requirements which entail : Cables chased into walls or trunking Accessory finish ( white or decorative ) Lighting (pendants, down lighters etc) Quantity of sockets, lights, etc Electric ovens ( double , single ) Hobs ( induction, ceramic or gas) Shower size of loading (8.5 kw etc ) Garage supplies Outbuilding supplies ( hot tub, sauna etc ) Smoke detectors Ethernet points Satellite, Tv , points Home automation (Smart lighting systems etc ) Security systems ( Cctv, intruder etc ) The list goes on. I always meet with the client to go through fully would they require and also advise them on things they are uncertain of or even don’t know about which is always helpful as they are relying on our expertise for advise etc.
Answered by TB electrical
12th April 2019
TB electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
There isn't really an average cost due to all customers wanting different things and properties being different. On average most are between £2400-£3000 in my area. Prices are determined by the customers required amount of sockets,lights, cooker, does the property have an electric shower as the cable for these is expensive. Accessories white are relatively cheap compared to chrome and other finishes. Lighting can be really expensive where as white pendants are just a couple of pounds. Smoke alarms can also bump up price as decent aico smoke alarms are roughly £40 each with some properties needing 3/4/5 or more. Then there is labour a rewire is a big job and that means a decent amount of labour costs.
Answered by Staples Electrical Services Ltd
10th April 2019
Staples Electrical Services Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This question has to be the most common question that we get asked. As others have said, there is no set price to a domestic re-wire. It is all dependent on what the customer desires, whether this is- -White plastic or chrome accessories -Spot lights or standard PVC pendants -Surface mounted containment & accessories or flushed (chased in) -The amount of socket outlets per room - Dimmer switches or standard rocker switches -Smoke / CO detectors Etc, etc. The list goes on. What we would suggest is that you the customer arrange for a meeting with the electrician/ electrical company and discuss with them exactly what you require. This will enable them to suggest ideas that you may not even have considered yourself and will also give the Tradesman a solid idea of exactly what works you would like them to quote you for. We have undertaken basic re-wires costing around £3000 and also much more advanced installations costing up to the £17000 region. Hope that this helps. Regards Staples Electrical Services Ltd
Answered by Electri-Call-Us
23rd March 2019
Electri-Call-Us answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The cost of re-wiring a 2-3 bedroom house has many variables to give a one price fits all. Is there clear access to loft space, position of mains board location. Is the kitchen and bathroom being re-modelled as part of the works? Have either or both already been done making it more difficult to do without disturbing tiles etc. Is the property going to be lived in during the works, this has a big influence on time and cost as there is furniture to move about, clearing up each night and making sure flooring is replaced and everything is safe for homeowner to come home. Circuits will need to be tested and re-energised each night to ensure sufficient power and lighting is restored, all this takes extra time where it otherwise wouldn’t be necessary in an unoccupied property. The finish of the accessories ie metal fixtures and fittings cost more than white plastic, LED downlights vary in price and obviously are more labour intensive to install than a standard pendant. The amount of sockets required in each room will possibly vary from someone of an older age group compared to a young family where they want usb charging sockets, more sockets for TV’s in each room, Ethernet connections as well as aerial points, smart home devices, security alarms, CCTV, 2 ovens instead of 1, induction hob instead of conventional. External power for garden lighting, Hot Tubs, summer houses or other outbuildings. Each re-wire will be priced individually based on a meeting between electrician and homeowner to discuss and write down electrical requirements and specifications per room. Depending of Spec it could range from £4000 - £10000 or more.
Answered by CLIFF Electrical
19th March 2019
CLIFF Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The cost of a full rewire will depend on specification and size of the property. Your installer should be giving you a choice offering you the different types of consumer units available with the different protection that can be provided there are now also new additions to the market with the 18th edition surge protection and arc fault detection are just some of the options available as upgrades and you should be made aware of these and the type of protection they will offer you and your home. Other things to consider are smart home controls, audio and visual systems, CCTV, data networks, ethernet ports all theses systems can be installed when undertaking a new installation or a complete rewire of a property. You will also have to decided on lighting requirements there are many options available from downlights, track lighting, up lighting and thousands of fittings on the market where costs vary tremendously depending on your style and budget. There are then control choices too standard switching, dimmer control and smart controlled lighting just to name a few. As for the finish there is a huge range decorative accessories available to complement your taste and style of the property. All these questions would have to be answered before you could give a accurate quotation for the work needing to be completed.
Answered by DF Electrical
16th March 2019
DF Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
As a rule of thumb, I’d say the average price for a rewire would be £1,000 per bedroom (assuming, one lounge, one kitchen, one bathroom) for a basic spec. Obviously when you bring into account downlights, en-suites, garages etc then the price will increase. The price can also decrease if you want to do the chasing out, drilling etc before I start work on the property
Answered by Oak Tree Electrical
24th February 2019
Oak Tree Electrical answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
This is a bit like asking how long is a piece of string. The big considerations include the size of the house, is the house occupied or not, who is going to make good all the damage to the walls and decor, what type of accessories are to be fitted (low cost white plastic or something a bit more stylish), is the rewire going to include other things like wiring for entertainment systems, alarm systems and networking (a rewire provides a great oppertunity to install this type of thing but it all adds to the cost). For typical prices for various electrical jobs take a look at https://trustedtraders.which.co.uk/articles/cost-guide-electricians/ .
Answered by Smart Vision Electrical ltd
12th February 2019
Smart Vision Electrical ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The price for a Rewire can very so much. From a standard 2/3 bed house at £3000 to 5/6 bed full building management system of £60,000 +. Every job is different to the next, we always try our hardest to cater for the individual home owner to create there dream home. We have made arrangements with customers to do the dirty work of chasing and bits themselves to keep the costs down, and we have also arranged other trades (plasterers, plumbers, decorators) on the same job to keep the customer as stress free as possible during the works
Answered by Udell Electrical Services
11th February 2019
Udell Electrical Services answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The cost to rewire a house varies greatly. There are many aspects that effect the price. It is not something that can be quoted for over the Internet. To get a reliable quotation you first need to meet with the electrician to discuss your requirements they can then see and assess the full job. You can have a basic rewire which has the minimum sockets and lights per room with a new consumer unit or a full in depth rewire which includes sockets, lights, tv points, network points, CCTV, alarms outside power and lights plus a new consumer unit. The length of time that the rewire needs to be completed in and if the house is empty or occupied and whether plastering is to be included in the quotation Udell Electrical Services are happy to come and meet with our new customers and discuss their requirements fully. We will then be able to inspect the property and provide a full breakdown quotation bespoke to our customers needs. We are there to support and fit in with our customers needs.
Answered by AURORA INSTALL LIMITED
10th February 2019
AURORA INSTALL LIMITED answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
The average price can vary from house to house depending on the size of the house and how many points you want replaced. If you require smoke detection, down lights, external lighting/power. Do you require any SmartHome technology. We try to do a price per point so it’s easier for us and the client to understand and see what you are getting for your money. Other considerations are: Occupied/empty Re-plastering Carpets and overall decor (we had a customer that just decorated a month before then asked for a rewire) We have also worked on an old Victorian house with 12” coving and the client wanted it kept so extra time and a steady hand was needed.
Answered by Eclipse Electrical Kenilworth Ltd
10th February 2019
Eclipse Electrical Kenilworth Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
We have rewired many properties over the years and without a detailed specification there is no real answer, also there’s a few points that will make an impact on the price- is the property occupied? Loft access? Loft empty? Any flat roofs to get cables across? Did you want the plastering making good after? Also prices can range between different part of the country. Prices can range from £2000 for a flat to £60-70k for a large house with full integrated home.
Answered by Electric Company
10th February 2019
Electric Company answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
In Essex a typical 3 bed house will be around £3500-£4000, with all plastic fittings and then you can change to spot lights etc, however different property requirements can effect the cost. Is the property occupied? Is the loft clear? Can make the cost cheeper and the job easier However if you looking to have it done your local electrician should be able to provide you with a quote
Answered by Electrical Innovations (Derby) Ltd
10th February 2019
Electrical Innovations (Derby) Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
In 2018 I carried out 22 rewires with the average cost being around £4000. Costs can vary and may electricians (including ourselves) will work on a cost per point basis. As a guide you can count all the sockets, switches and lights around the house. Times them by £10 and add another £1000 for things like your consumer unit, earthing , outside lighting, heat and smoke detectors and other things you might not have thought about.
Answered by RJ Electricians Ltd
9th February 2019
RJ Electricians Ltd answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
There is no average cost for a rewire as every house is different, with the ever growing amount of appliances and technology in our homes, one house might want 10 sockets the next might want 30 sockets etc. Although with smart technology I expect within a few years we will need fewer socket outlets as inductive technology improves. As a guide we charge £60 per point ie socket or light etc and £350 for the consumer unit ( fuse board ) this covers the certificate We take a third at the end of first fix another third at the end of second fix with the balance payable on receipt of certificate.
Answered by Edwards
8th February 2019
Edwards answered the question "What is the average cost to rewire a house?"
We have rewired many houses & flats right across the country over the years, the area and the property have a huge bearing on the cost. Our cost range is vast, circa £5,000 to £60,000 Clearly these are two very different installation, with the growing appearance of smarter homes and the ever increasing demand for electricity these projects will continue to vary greatly.