My story began when I bought a house in a little town in Canada.
I moved here in 2006 from London England. Newdale is a small rural town of about 200. Mostly older people but it does have around 60-85 young families.
I used to be an electrician in England, but as I am in my 50's now I am looking for a slower way of life. I intend to start a handyman service in my rural community.
Having a full electrical apprenticeship I have experience in almost everything to do with a domestic house.
The buildings in Canada are slightly different to the brick built buildings in England. The wooden structures in Canada are particularly proaned to electrical fire and therefore need special consideration when adding electrical circuits to existing electrical circuits.
I am particularly interested in advice on the incoming electrical load from a pole transformer.