Last Activity:12-21-2005 8:35 AM
Posted in thread: Electrical Outlet Problem on 12-21-2005 at 08:35 AM
You said you flipped the GFIC breaker...but did you push the reset on the Breaker?
Posted in thread: 100 to 200 amp main on 12-11-2005 at 10:32 AM
The cost of an upgrade will depend on where you live. Prices vary somewhat from area to
area.Your question is difficult to answer with knowing specifics.Mr. Catz's quote of 40a/220v
is right on the mo...
Posted in thread: Instant hot water tanks on 12-04-2005 at 11:07 AM
There are whole house tankless hot water heaters available.They are a bit pricey and require
large electric feeds to operate. The electric work required to install them usually negates any
of thier ad...
Posted in thread: Cost difference.... on 12-04-2005 at 10:54 AM
When we bought our home it had an old oil burner in a closet in the middle of the living room
with no ducts or returns to the rest of the house (slab, 800 sq ft)...which was fine in 1954
when heating ...
Posted in thread: Additional Circuit Breaker Boxes on 12-04-2005 at 10:41 AM
by adding a panel I assume you mean removing the 10 wires from the existing panel...feeding the
new panel with one larger cable as a sub fed panel...and breakering the 10 cables in the new
sub fed pan...
Posted in thread: 20A receptacles on 12-04-2005 at 10:12 AM
If the 20A circut is dedicated (supplying just one device or outlet) then code requires the use
of a 20 amp recepticle. If you are daisy chaining the same circut across several devices, then
the use o...
Posted in thread: outdoor lighting on 12-04-2005 at 10:07 AM
Sharon,If you go low voltage make sure to go with GOOD low voltage lighting. (Kitchler makes a
good system) Spend the money upfront and buy good quality lights! The cheapy Malibu style
lights from the...