[quote=220/221;154311]UG service change.
About 5 years ago I installed a cooktop circuit and a couple of kitchen circuits. I also found a burned AC breaker/bus. I relocated the AC breaker and told them they would need a new service.
About two months ago they added a steam shower, a jetted tub and a bath circuit. I told them they would need a new service
and left the cables stubbed out waiting for them to commit.
About a month ago they are having power issues. The classic Murray 200 amp main had failed/burned at the bus connection. I sold them a new main and told them they need a new service.
The UG service changes like this are relatively easy as the bonding/gtounding is in place and up to current code and there is not a lot of crap added on.
Existing PVC ran to a hot tub in the back yard (I assumed) After I ran it into the panel I lookeed in the back yard to see that the hot tub had been abandoned. The wires were hanging in an LB so I yanked them out.
Done by 1:00 PM
Have lunch....wait for inspector......wait....wait.....
2:30 inspector shows,approves calls it in to POCO.
3:30 and POCO isn't there. I have a feeling they wont be there. Shift change is at 2PM and if it's not called in by 1:30, it seems to get lost in the system.
I've been home for hours. It's now 6:30 PM and they are still not there.
Customers are always
pre informed on the likelyhood of such an even but I'm sure they won't be happy. Office manager is in contact with homeowners...still waiting for POCO clowns.[/quotGood work looks great....