Whether you are carrying out a significant home renovation or putting the finishing touches to a new addition, the electrical work is something you cannot ignore. From subpanel wiring to installing new outlets, you will need to ensure your home is fully equipped for the demands of your extended kitchen, basement conversion, or new room. Hiring an electrician ensures the work is carried out safely and professionally, leaving you free to enjoy your new living space with total peace of mind.
Electrical installation costs
The cost of electrical work for new additions and renovations varies widely. If your current electrical system is out of date, you might find other parts of your home need an upgrade at the same time.
Install an outlet
This job costs an average of $207*, including parts and labor. The costs will rise if the room needs new electrical outlet wiring or a new circuit.
Install a lighting fixture
The cost of installing a new lighting fixture ranges from $150 to $800* or more. More expensive options included recessed lighting and track lights.
Upgrade or replace an electrical panel
If your home is more than a few decades old, you might find your electrical panel needs upgrading or replacing to meet the needs of your new addition or renovation. Costs can range from $506 to $1,719*.
How it works
Do you need conduit wiring, a new breaker box or light switch wiring repairs? Whatever the size of your project, it is easy to find the right professionals for the job. Just tell us a few quick details about the project and your location, and we will connect you with electricians in your area
Frequently Asked Questions
*Cost estimates referenced are sourced from HomeAdvisor, Angie's List and other national home improvement websites.