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I have an older home with some knob and tube upstairs, downstairs has been rewired new. I want to disconnect upstairs knob and tube. Can an electrician , junction my electric baseboard wire (all upstairs rooms have baseboard heaters to install new bedroom lights and plugs.?
I am on breakers.
I do not use the electric baseboard for heating . Just don't want all the holes and mess
There must be a way as electric baseboard wiring is already there.

Thanking you all in advance:)20210610_131409.jpg20210610_131318.jpg20210610_131210.jpgIMG_20210610_133509_HDR.jpg
 
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