Looking for some info on solid-conductor aluminum wiring used for a 240v circuits in older homes.
I have not been able to find much info on this.
Homes built between 1965 and 1972 that use #6 solid-conductor aluminum for a 240v circuit, does this wiring experience the same issues as #12 solid-conductor aluminum for 15-20 Amp circuits? Is there cause for concern and is this something you call out or mention in your report?
Information I have read indicates aluminum wiring post 1972 is considered to be the “newer” type alloy that does not experience the same issues at the older (pre-1972) aluminum wiring. Is this accurate information?