You can leave off the "less than or equal to 400A" part and still have a
true statement. E.g., if you require 600A, you'll probably find 400A
service much better than 200A, too. You'd find 600A service even
better, of course. :-)
I have 150 amp service, 2.5 ton airconditioner, two refridgerators
and my last electric bill was $47 just to make you feel bad.
Running my airconditioner does no seem to make major change in my bill,
and I turn it down to 70-71 degrees at night.
Well, if we're going to have a pity party...
My last electric bill was about $240, and it's pretty much that much
Outdoor hot tub. Asthmatic husband who wheezes when it's hot and
humid, so the
thermostat is set to 70 and the air conditioner runs almost every day
furnace is not on.
Obviously, if I was motivated to reduce consumption I'd insist that he
get rid of the
Believe many have established that going to 400A service isn't going to
change your electric usage, consequently, your electric bill.
Just one caution running electrical service conduit. If, for any reason,
you have to cross 2 service conduits at approximately perpendicular to and
physically near each other, the meter may register additional power usage.
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