The cables in this image are so loose that any one can get tangled in it which can cause the cable to be dislodged or even exposed. This is BAD workmanship and definitely does not adhere to the installation of the wring rules. Which means the entire job will have to be re done.
As these examples show, there are ways to cut corners when it comes to House Rewiring. It’s important to know if you’re being underquoted and undercharged.
In terms of how long the process will take, you will most likely be looking at a week’s work for an average sized home. It will be a bit less for unit.
It could take two – three weeks if it’s a large or very old property (Melbourne is notorious when it comes to homes with outdated or deteriorated wiring!)
If you’ve been quoted for less than a week for an average sized house, once again you’re probably dealing with an electrician who is going to cut corners.