Hello everyone. I'm new to this message board and could use some help so I can argue with my insurance company maybe. I live in Ohio, and my insurance company is dropping me because they claim I only have 60 amp service in my house and they require 100 amp. I'm not sure how they determined this. Here is what my electrical setup looks like. I can provide pictures once I'm not using my phone.
-Main circuit breaker is 100 amp.
-Breaker box is Siemens 100 amp box.
-Wires connecting to the main breaker are labeled as #3 AWG (Cu). These run from the breaker out to the meter and up the mast.
-Meter is a square backed CL200 meter.
-Not sure what size cables are coming from the pole to the mast, but they are smaller that what is coming out of the mast. Consists of two insulated wires and one bare.
So is this 60 or 100 amp? It seems very similar to post 10 on this thread: How too tell what AMP we have?
Thanks for all your help!