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david_larch

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#1 posted 08-11-2012 03:53 AM

I have no intention of doing it myself, but I want to know what I’m dealing with. If its all new or I can recycle some things makes a big difference in cost. I have no other 220 in the house as its all gas.

My buddy rewired his house and wants to run this line for me. I’m sure he could do it well and safely, but I think an electrician could give me more options. Just want a base of knowledge to start with.

Thanks for the comments.

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