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I recently moved to our new home. But I need to fix some issues before shifting. The main thing to do is replacing the electrical panel because the existing panel is very old. I asked my friends and colleagues. Yesterday, one of my friends told me it's better to hire a professional electrician so that my house will be protected from fire hazards caused by overload circuits.

But if you can give me an average estimation for a small house with two bedrooms, it would be beneficial.
I appreciate any help you can provide.
 

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I recently moved to our new home. But I need to fix some issues before shifting. The main thing to do is replacing the electrical panel because the existing panel is very old. I asked my friends and colleagues. Yesterday, one of my friends told me it's better to hire a professional electrician so that my house will be protected from fire hazards caused by overload circuits.

But if you can give me an average estimation for a small house with two bedrooms, it would be beneficial.
I appreciate any help you can provide.
With a new panel and a total rewire after the sheetrock has been installed. The labor factor alone would be around $ 6000.00 not counting materials which could possibly be around $ 5000.00
 

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