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It only takes a minute to sign up. I Will be installing a subpanel in a detached garage. The subpanel will be 60 amp. The garage is about 30' from the main-panel in-house, and I will of course get an exact length before selecting the proper gauge wiring. I'll be using pvc underground for the wiring.
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A home's main electrical panel is the critical junction where outside power comes into the building and gets distributed throughout the house. In a typical North American house, volts enter the panel and diverts to various rooms and electrical systems. If lightning strikes the house -- or even the ground nearby -- the surge in electricity can destroy the panel, rendering it useless.
It only takes a minute to sign up. This has been a baffling question as I notice electrician charge an arm and a leg to upgrade electrical systems in a home. I was wondering if a grounding rod is just a long stick that goes deep down in the ground. If so, how deep should I drill? Second, if I just connect that to the cold water pipe, I can ground all my outlets to that cold water pipe?