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rewiring costs for a 60's flat

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msbrightside Mon 11-Feb-13 14:47:00

i'm in the process of buying a 60's flat and realised the wiring is really dated.
has anyone had rewiring done recently? i'm in need of a guesstimate of work involved to rewire a 2 bed 2 level apartment in sw london..
this is my first renovation project, new kitchen/bathroom/heating/windows etc, all of which i can tot up basic costs but i'm not sure about the wiring - any advice greatly received smile

Leah4 Wed 13-Feb-13 18:14:13

Hi, i can recommend a qualified and registered electrician who works in thay area, and has done many rewires. He can provide you with a quote and further details. He has installed an alarm and does sone rewiring at my house. If you would like his details, let me know.

Coconutfeet Wed 13-Feb-13 20:33:24

I've just been quoted £3250 to rewire a 3 bedroom terrace in London. Reputable electrician.

msbrightside Fri 15-Feb-13 19:13:07

thanks for the responses Leah4 & coconutfeet - very helpful smile
yes please to the guys number, i'll give him a shout closer to the time
next stop heating system, windows, kitchen & bathroom..gulp!!

Vivien499 Wed 09-Oct-13 15:02:58

I am doing the same as msbrightside completely rewiring a 60's 2 bed flat in SW London...would welcome any advice on approximately what I should pay and any recommendations on qualified electricians. Many thanks

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