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Square D Homeline 200-Amp 30-Space 60-Circuit Indoor Main Breaker Value Pack

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Home Depot has Square D by Schneider Electric Homeline Value Packs on sale from $89 as listed below. Shipping is free or you may opt for free store pickup. Thanks rsvpd

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As a former electrician, QO is their flagship and is a higher quality. They trip faster and seem to be more sensative when there's a short/fault.

In all honesty, I've used both numerous times and haven't had a noticeable difference in the number of issues with Homeline over QO.
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Solid deal, but QO or bust.
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It likely depends on your county code and utility's procedures (some utilities will provide this for free, other will charge.).

My nephew is an electrician, he just opened up the meter and turned the meter off himself when installing a new main breaker box In the ten years since, I've never heard a peep about this from my utility (Dominion Power), despite the fact he had to remove that little plastic and wire security tag to open the meter. Even if the utility somehow learns later that security tag was removed, what is the utility going to say if you scratch your head when they ask about it? There is no damage or no billing avoidance,The days of people "rolling back" meters is long past with electronic metering now, so monitoring unauthorized meter access is no longer a priority.

But if you want to do it by the book, call the utility and ask for the fee involved, if any, for a temporary disconnect.
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Solid deal, but QO or bust.
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Solid deal, but QO or bust.
Why is QO better than Homeline line?
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Also, correct me if I'm wrong, but these don't come with the main 200amp breaker, do they?

That's another $80...
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Why is QO better than Homeline line?
As a former electrician, QO is their flagship and is a higher quality. They trip faster and seem to be more sensative when there's a short/fault.

In all honesty, I've used both numerous times and haven't had a noticeable difference in the number of issues with Homeline over QO.
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Also, correct me if I'm wrong, but these don't come with the main 200amp breaker, do they?

That's another $80...
Main breaker panels include the main breaker most of the time. These do. "Main Lug" panels do not include a main breaker.
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I know I can install the panel and breakers no problem, but I need a new line from the outside meter into the basement to the panel. Can I have the utility company cut the power temporarily and install that legally as a homeowner, or do I need a licensed electrician? I know, not the place to ask, but surely someone reading this knows the answer. This looks like a nice price for the package
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As a former electrician, QO their is flagship and is a higher quality. They trip faster and seem to be more sensative when there's a short/fault.

In all honesty, I've used both numerous times and haven't had a noticeable difference in the number of issues with Homeline over QO.
and you can install powerlink remote breakers in QO
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I know I can install the panel and breakers no problem, but I need a new line from the outside meter into the basement to the panel. Can I have the utility company cut the power temporarily and install that legally as a homeowner, or do I need a licensed electrician? I know, not the place to ask, but surely someone reading this knows the answer. This looks like a nice price for the package
I called the electric company to do just that a couple years ago... They required a license electrician on site when they cut the power. That was national grid in NY.
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I called the electric company to do just that a couple years ago... They required a license electrician on site when they cut the power. That was national grid in NY.
I just had the same done in Texas. I had to have an electrician do the work. Cost me $1800 to have a new meter put in (double lug) and a 200 amp breaker/disconnect for my shop. Also I got a Square D QO breaker box on clearance at lowes for $80 when I was looking online at different breaker box options.
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As a former electrician, QO their is flagship and is a higher quality. They trip faster and seem to be more sensative when there's a short/fault.

In all honesty, I've used both numerous times and haven't had a noticeable difference in the number of issues with Homeline over QO.
"Seem" to trip faster? You're talking 1-2 cycles, 0.03 seconds. You must have a really good eye. LMAO
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I know I can install the panel and breakers no problem, but I need a new line from the outside meter into the basement to the panel. Can I have the utility company cut the power temporarily and install that legally as a homeowner, or do I need a licensed electrician? I know, not the place to ask, but surely someone reading this knows the answer. This looks like a nice price for the package
Check with your city permit center. Most likely a master electrician needs to pull a permit.
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I know I can install the panel and breakers no problem, but I need a new line from the outside meter into the basement to the panel. Can I have the utility company cut the power temporarily and install that legally as a homeowner, or do I need a licensed electrician? I know, not the place to ask, but surely someone reading this knows the answer. This looks like a nice price for the package
It likely depends on your county code and utility's procedures (some utilities will provide this for free, other will charge.).

My nephew is an electrician, he just opened up the meter and turned the meter off himself when installing a new main breaker box In the ten years since, I've never heard a peep about this from my utility (Dominion Power), despite the fact he had to remove that little plastic and wire security tag to open the meter. Even if the utility somehow learns later that security tag was removed, what is the utility going to say if you scratch your head when they ask about it? There is no damage or no billing avoidance,The days of people "rolling back" meters is long past with electronic metering now, so monitoring unauthorized meter access is no longer a priority.

But if you want to do it by the book, call the utility and ask for the fee involved, if any, for a temporary disconnect.
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