I live in a Victorian terrace house which as you might expect has had various electrical additions/modifications over the years. The house has four bedrooms, two public rooms, two bathrooms, kitchen and utility room. Everything works and I have had no difficulty with the electrics over the thirty years I have lived in the house. However, currently I have three fuse boxes in total, one for the electric oven in my kitchen, the other two containing three ring mains covering sockets in the house, one fused line for the water heater and two fused lines for the lighting. I had thought of replacing all of this with a new style board with circuit breakers.
I realise this would have to be done by an electrician but my question is 'Would it be worth it?' given that everything works and from the posts on this website people with much newer installations than mine seem to have constant problems with circuits tripping etc.
I would be grateful for any views and/or advice but should add that I live in Scotland where the regulations might be slightly different.