They electrician gave me a parts list to buy so I could save money.
Spent 100.00 on a new sub box and outlets and switch.
The electrician charged 00 to upgrade the panel from a 100 amp to a 200 amp.
Need advice I'm getting my home rewire I got an estimate for 6000 to remove any knob and tube for lighting circuits and remain outlets.
Plus 100 a panel $1,140.00, permit $89.00Surge protection $359.00100a overhead service $930.00Cert tag $125.00 any additional advice.
He ran a new sub box with wiring to the bathroom and I installed the rest.
We live in Southern California in a 1500 square foot historical home--built in 1947.
It has never had any significant electrical updates, and we have always hired an electrician whenever we wanted to install a new light fixture.
When I decided to tackle this home improvement project without the help of a professional, I expected to struggle with a learning curve.
Q: We live in an 1840s Greek Revival house that, among other challenges, has no insulation.
We'd like to take advantage of our utility company's energy-efficiency incentive program, which would pay up to 50 percent of the cost of blowing cellulose insulation into walls and ceiling areas.
Old houses often need updates to electrical systems; the author’s 1903 home was no exception.