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Old 01-27-2013, 03:58 PM   #16
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I attempted to downsize :/

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Old 01-27-2013, 05:37 PM   #17
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i'd have to agree with K_buz. Tear out of the old service and start from scratch. The beakers and panel really don't cost that much. Looks like a huge project overall. The electrical service will be a very small percentage of the overall cost.
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My thought are confurmed, sure hope you have deep pockets.
Looks like some of the work already "done" is going to have to come down because it was done wrong.
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Please explain gentlemen... once the service is installed and the power is turned on I'm golden right? I don't plan on installing anymore outlets, in fact about the only thing I plan on doing is living there until my next military move.

Aside from the breaker box what should be done interior wise?
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:28 PM   #20
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Also Joe, I currently pay $700 a month in rent. I pay all my utilities, I can pay this house off lickidy split and put that $700 to work rebuilding without any infringement on my current net income. Most work such as hanging drywall, refinishing wood, installing sinks, toilets, etc. I can do. If the Army doesn't teach you much it usually teaches you self reliance. So I learn and do most things on my own.

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