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    Quote Originally Posted by Ndavid45 View Post
    Another armed security job but it's much closer, i get a company car to use and it's 1.50/hr more than the old company.
    Good deal! Congrats!

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    That looks cool Target.
    Someday, I hope to be as good of a person as my dog thinks I am

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    Afternoon folks kind of a do nothing day.
    Nice work target.
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    Howdy rk! Same thing here. About the only constructive things I did were buying groceries and vacuuming the rug out on the deck.

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    Howdy rk.

    I got a few things done today including a wiring project to power the house with the generator.
    Someday, I hope to be as good of a person as my dog thinks I am

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    Thanks people
    I am not sick, I am twisted. Sick makes it sound like there is a cure.

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    Rain is back. Not showing up on radar but a pretty steady light rain. Gotta say I'm enjoying the cooler temps. Haven't even run the pedestal fan at all out on the deck today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Bear View Post
    Howdy rk.

    I got a few things done today including a wiring project to power the house with the generator.
    Hey Bear, I saw your post about that. Have you priced the installation of a transfer box? I was going to have it done when I upgraded my service from 100 amp to 200 amp, but ran into some additional expenses at the time, so that fell by the wayside. I'd be hiring it out since I don't know what I'm doing. I'm just curious about how much I could expect to pay to have it done.

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    $200-$700 for the transfer switch alone. Depending on the switch design(manual vs automatic) and the number/type of circuits. The installation costs are going to vary wildly depending on location and the amount of work performed.

    I would advise figuring out EXACTLY what your power needs are (max peak draw) and what your expectations are. For me, I'm working on being able to isolate certain circuits so I can control what starts/runs and what doesn't. My main concerns are my well, furnace and refrigeration. I am going with a manual switch and at least 4 separate circuits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Bear View Post
    $200-$700 for the transfer switch alone. Depending on the switch design(manual vs automatic) and the number/type of circuits. The installation costs are going to vary wildly depending on location and the amount of work performed.

    I would advise figuring out EXACTLY what your power needs are (max peak draw) and what your expectations are. For me, I'm working on being able to isolate certain circuits so I can control what starts/runs and what doesn't. My main concerns are my well, furnace and refrigeration. I am going with a manual switch and at least 4 separate circuits.
    That sounds about like what I would be interested in. I have a gas furnace, but of course it has electrical components as well. Refrigeration is a main concern of course, along with the well. I would be going with a manual switch as well. Generally speaking, power outages are fairly rare and short-lived here, but in a SHTF situation all bets would be off.

    The only 240 V applications I would have would be the well pump and stove, unless I wanted to be able to run the clothes dryer.


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