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Question DetailsAsked on 3/19/2015

Upgrade 100 amp electrical service to 200 amp, how much cost?

Banked owned home, 1008 sq ft. 2 BR, Bath, Kitch and LR (1st floor), one large room finished attic space (2nf floor). Cape Cod home in Clark, NJ. Electrical panel is currently 100 amp, how much about to upgrade to 200 amp service.

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Here are some prior similar questions with answers and ballpark costs - note that 60 to 100A is probably only a hundred or two less than say 100 to 200A as far as in-house cost goes, so even with different amperage capacities pretty much all the questions should be applicable. The big difference comes if your incoming service line does not have the capacity you are upgrading to (most are 150-200A or more capacity unless real old) so you need a new transformer and/or service drop - though in some cases the utility will cover some or all the cost figuring they will make it back in increased electric charges.

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