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Mark (Nebraska, US) says...

I was ready to get a permit to rewire my upstairs and then I read this: "Please be advised that according to state law, permits and inspections for wiring of single family dwellings are only legally required if a new electrical service is installed."

What constitutes "new electrical service"?

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Hi Mark! That's a good question. I haven't seen that wording before, what state are you in? The electrical service consists of the meter, the main panel and the service entrance conductors. It sounds like you are probably just rewiring or installing branch circuits to lights and plugs; if that's the case then, according to that wording, it sounds like you may not need a permit in your area.

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This is a brand new feature on my site! You can use it to ask a question or make a suggestion, or just leave a comment/review. If everyone asks questions here, I can reply with answers and others with the same question can see it too!

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