Panel change. $3500-$5000
Remove existing electrical panel up to 200 amps and replace with a new 200 amp electrical panel in the same location complete with main breaker, new circuit breakers, updated grounding and bonding, and a whole house surge protector. Also includes an electrical permit as well as disconnect and reconnect fees from the utility company. Power will be disconnected to your home from 8 am until 4 pm typically.
Service change. $4500-$6000
Remove existing electrical service up to 200 amps and replace with new 200 amp meter, conduit, service wire, electrical panel in the same location, new circuit breakers, updated grounding and bonding, and a whole house surge protector. Also include electrical permit as well as disconnect and reconnect fees from the utility. Power will be disconnected to your home from 8 am until 4 pm typically.
Generator interlock kit $800-$1200
Allows the connection of a portable generator to your homes electrical system.
Includes a generator interlock kit in your main electrical panel with a generator inlet plug located on the exterior of your home behind the panel location. Can be installed in a remote location for additional charges.
Electric Vehicle charger $700-$1000
Install one new 240 volt 50 amp circuit from the main electrical panel to a 50 amp receptacle within 3 feet of the panel or hardwire the customers electric vehicle charger. Chargers to be supplied by the customer.
Outside outlet $250-$400
Install one new weather resistant GFCI receptacle with weatherproof in use cover on the exterior of your home connected to a nearby existing power source.
New circuit to receptacle $500-$800
Wire for one new receptacle within your home feeding from the main electrical panel and connected to a new circuit breaker.
6 inch recessed LED can lights $180-$250 each light
Install new recessed LED lighting in your home connected to the existing lighting circuit.
Outside flood light $250-$400
Install one new lighting box on the exterior of your home connected to an existing power source and install a customer supplied flood light.
Service call/troubleshooting $300-$400
Troubleshoot and repair almost any electrical issue in your home such as losing power to part of a room or rooms, outlets not working, circuit breaker tripping, lights not working, etc. Includes 1 hour of labor, additional time or materials needed for repair will be at an additional cost.
Hot tub $1800-$3000
Install new wiring for a 240 volt 50-60 amp circuit from the main electrical panel to a GFCI disconnect near the hot tub, and connect from the disconnect to your hot tub
Whole home rewire $16-$18 per square ft
Actual cost will be based on the amount of switches, receptacles, lights, and circuits needed for a complete installation that will meet the current code requirements. Consists of installing new wire, boxes, and devices throughout the home replacing hazardous knob and tube, aluminum, or ungrounded wiring.
Heat pump or A/C circuit $1200-$2200
Install a new 240 volt 30 to 50 amp circuit from the main electrical panel to a heat pump or air condition unit that was installed by a heating contractor. Also wire for one new receptacle near the heat pump to meet code requirements.
Ceiling fan installation $310
Remove your existing ceiling fan and replace with your new ceiling fan in a ceiling that is between 8 and 12 feet high. Customer to supply the ceiling fan, and an existing ceiling fan rated box must be present. Ceiling fan box can be supplied and installed at an additional cost.
All prices are estimated based on our average costs as of November 2022. Prices are not final and are subject to change based on conditions, locations, material and labor costs.
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