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Posted on New house, new shop, need some ideas

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#1 posted 06-17-2019 12:30 AM

I would suggest looking into Square D panels. Unless things have changed since I bought ours, they have really fast trip curves.

The power supplier has to provide adequate service to the meter based on your calculated load. Your costs will come when you put in a bigger panel, breakers, wiring etc. I would get estimates from Electrical contractors on the upgrade.

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