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What is the estimated cost of upgrading from 60A panel and replaced with a new 200A service?


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2005-02-16 19:06:56
2005-02-16 19:06:56

Doing it yourself or hiring an electrician? Yourself: About $300. An Electrician: About $2000

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The meter is typically installed in the main circuit panel of the house. If you want to move it, you can do it as part of a service / panel upgrade. We did this when we moved into our new house - we replaced the 1950s vintage main circuit panel and 100A service with a newer 200A panel and service. It was about a grand, but we didn't actually move the panel from where it was, so it may cost more for what you want.

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A 200 amp service panel with a 60 amp sub-panel.

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The place where the power drop from the electric company enters your house. The service panel is where the fuses or breaker switches are.

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The service panel itself is probably less than $200.

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Yes it can be replaced with 93-97 panel and most of the interior will also work and everything on the exterior will also work..


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