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Old 07-23-2010, 08:10 PM   #46
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cheapest way out; Hire an electrician to build a new 100 amp service at the shop and pay for 2 electric bills.

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If the PoCo is even willing to do that, they might charge for extra poles needed. Then you have the price of a proper service on the garage.

And then he would be paying fees every month even if he didn't use any electricity- forever.


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