Home wiring is something to discuss with an architect or a designer at the preliminary plan stage, since rough-in, i.e. installation of wiring, is done during house construction and installation of other systems, and some elements require a planning and use permission. Finishing works involve installation of sockets, switches, connections, and lighting, following the termination of all construction work. We suggest you don’t install wiring on your own as that’s technically demanding and life-threatening, so a professional will do it in a much safer, better, and faster way. What you need to do is state everything you need at the planning stage, e.g. whether you’d like to include connections and lighting only, or also add video surveillance, an alarm system, an intercom, AC, etc., so that the architect knows what to factor in. We recommend you get conduits with a bit larger diameter just in case, so that you can run additional cables if need be. Check out other advice we’ve prepared for you, and use our calculator to get wiring costs. You can also always contact our experts, who’ll be more than happy to reply.