CNA Insurance Approves AlumiConn

I recently got word that insurance carrier, CNA, has approved the AlumiConn as a viable remedy to the aluminum wire problem found in many residential homes in the US and Canada.

If you’re looking for an insurance provider for your home, it looks like CNA covers every state in the US and Canada, too. Click here to contact a local CNA Insurance provider.

2 replies
  1. Darwin Garcia
    Darwin Garcia says:

    Did the work require a permit, or was it considered retrofit only? Were the receptacles replaced with arc-flash type? I ask because I may take on a large project myself, being a licensed electrician.

    • pete
      pete says:

      Darwin – Each municipality is different and may or may not require a permit. It is our experience that in most cases you would not, but we recommend you check with your local Chief Electrical Inspector and planning offices to make sure.


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