Relocate Switches

Moving switches is a hassle, but it’s not impossible. Here are a few tips for moving electrical connections. First, locate the old switch. You’ll need to unscrew it from its wall plate. Then, connect the new black wire to the white one and move it to the new location. You’ll need to unplug the old switch from the wall first. This can be done quickly and safely by following a few simple steps.

Ways To  Relocate Switches

Depending on the amount of work, you can relocate the switches yourself or hire a professional. When you use a wiring contractor, you’ll be required to provide a detailed electrical installation plan. If you choose to go this route, you’ll need to provide extra money for cable boxes, corrugated hoses, putty, and labor. You won’t be able to change or add new switches to the location, either.

One way to relocate switches without running wiring is to install a wireless switch. It’s much easier than using conventional switches. These switches use a radio signal to communicate with one another and can be installed virtually anywhere. You can even use multiple switches in a single wireless switch kit. This will ensure that there are no wires to mess with and will save you money in the long run. But before you do that, you’ll need to make sure you have an electrician’s license, which is not cheap!

Before you move the switches, you need to disconnect the wires that lead to them. Use a Live Line cutter to cut any slack conductor. Then, connect a hoist and lift the switch to the new location. Once it’s installed, reconnect the neutral. In the same way, reconnect the road conductor and the “NEAR” conductor. When all is finished, re-tie the wires and relocate them.