Please note: Depending on the actual distance from the panel and access, cost is subject
to the amount of wire needed. Also, each city has its own permitting costs and inspection
requirements that may affect the total cost. Drywall patch and paint is not covered in our
estimate and would be done by others.
In order for you to modify the electrical panel of a home a permit and inspection from your local building department is required. These requirements are designed to ensure safe and code compliant electrical installations for both yourself and your neighbors. The permit will also make local utilities aware of growing electric vehicle ownership in the area, allowing ample time to plan ahead for any infrastructure upgrades for the community.
Depending on the scope of work.
Sometimes minor drywall removal is required when running new wiring to the side of the panel. Depending on what city you are in there may be added cost for permit and inspection fees.
Cities like McKinney and Frisco require a licensed electrician to be onsite for the electrical inspection. The permit and inspection fees, for cities that require an electrician to be onsite, are set by the city.
It’s important to note that every installation is custom to the home. Depending on your length of wire run and other modifications that cost might add up.
Distance is an important factor; an installation which is 100 feet away from the electrical panel will be more expensive than an installation 5 feet away.
Some homes may need a utility upgrade. Plan ahead if you have a more complicated installation, such as trenching to a detached garage.
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