So sorry, John! Didn't see that.
This is what was included on the estimates I received, along with the
Upgrade 150 Amp service due to weather head not attached to house which
cannot be repaired and panel only 20 circuit and overloaded.
Install 150 Amp service upgrade. This includes outside service in PVC
pipe. 30 circuit Sg. D. Homeline panel with upgrade of grounding system.
Permit fee is additional.
Replace Electrical service to above address
New service to be 240 volt , 150 amp service installed in
11/4 inch pvc conduit
New 150 amp ,, 36 circuit main circuit breaker panel
Up dated grounding to Electrical Codes
Install 30 Circuit 150amp Panel : Includes all parts ,labor,& permit costs.
Scope Of work: Remove existing 150 amp 18 Circuit Panel & replace with new
30 Circuit 150 amp panel
with new circuit breakers. Install outside ground rods and equipment
grounding system.Install new water
meter grounding as per code. Re-attach exterior Service head left
unsupported by new siding.
I think they are the same. Only the $1,500 electrician gave me a referral,
but just one, a new house behind me. He didn't seem to include the
exterior service head, but when we talked he did so I would have him redo
the estimate to include that, plus there's an additional charge from him
for the permit. The circuits are different, but I wouldn't figure that to
be a 1,500 or 700 dollar difference.