With a condo, shared walls can be a challenge when adding electrical outlets and circuits. But Team DryZone is up for the challenge! To provide the outlets desired, it may require cutting into drywall, but yes, it can be done.
Yes they can. Speaker wiring is different than lighting wiring, so new wiring would have to be run, but you can use the same physical location for speakers and lighting fixtures.
There is no warranty with mudjacking and it adds a great deal of weight to already sinking soil, we instead recommend PolyLevel or slab piers to solve sinking concrete. Both of these come with guarantees. PolyLevel has a 5 year guarantee while Slab Piers have a 25 year guarantee. The installation process with PolyLevel is very quick whereas the installation of slab piers can be lengthy and labor intensive. There are many options available, please contact us and we will give you a free, no obligation inspection.
There are a number of options available to do that. The easiest of these is called a tandum breaker. This can give you an extra space in a full panel. Too many of these are dangerous, so the solution to that is to put a sub panel or pony panel in. Most houses have 200 amp service. If you are exceeding that, you may need to upgrade your service to 400 amp service. We can help you diagnose which of these solutions works best in your home!
As long as the wiring is not touched, then it is typically fine. But if you go to change anything in your home, the wiring will break and be very dangerous. We can help you assess your home and rewire it if necessary.
Absolutely! You may also need to change your panel that is often related to those screw in fuses. There are some breaker panels that are common out there that have been since outlawed due to the fact that they cause fires. You can contact DryZone to change those fuses and breaker panels out for you.