My insurance agent has sent me a notice asking me to confirm that "The
electrical service entrance and the distribution panel have been replaced
within the last x years".
I only moved to the US last year - and so I want to make sure that I
understand what the insurance agent means by "electrical service entrance"
and the "distribution panel" is the same as what I mean!
When I bought a house I had it rewired (previously 1924 knob & tube, no
grounding, reversed polarity, etc.) - the fuse panel / electric meter were
replaced with shiny new ones!
I assume that the fuse panel / electric meter combo is the "distribution
panel" ... everything being home run from there (i.e. no sub-panels). Is
the "electrical service entrance" simply the pipe-kind-of thing where the
+110V/-110V comes in from the overhead wires? Can any kind soul confirm or
correct my understanding.