This is in MA, my service is aerial with Wire to the masthead, not conduit. Your price obviously would vary absed on the local going hourly rates and your setup. Since then I've done enough DIY electrical and read enough books that I'd be comfortable doing every part of the job except tying into the utility co wires at the masthead. That one piece is dangerous enough for me to feel good hiring it out.
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Email Shares 52 We get a lot of questions on our electric wiring articles from folks tackling electrical projects in their own home. One of the most common and intimidating parts of electrical work is dealing with the main breaker panel. This article provides an overview of a breaker panel. Some jurisdictions require you to be an electrician to perform any electrical work, even in your own home. Almost all jurisdictions require you to get a permit to complete any substantial electric work beyond simple tasks like replacing receptacles. Electric Breaker Panel Volts and Amps Before we get started on the panel, note that virtually all homes in the United States are wired with amps volt service. For homes equipped with natural gas, propane, or oil heat, amps volts is usually enough to meet electric demands throughout the year.
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Thanks for your question and welcome to the community! Considering that there are well over a dozen different manufacturers and makes of meters and breaker panels in the industry, I can't provide you with specfic information unless you show or tell us what components you are dealing with. In fact, I would suggest contacting your power company to ensure you are okay'ed to do this. Most electricians will tell you that a permit needs to be pulled in order for you to do this.
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