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#44598 - 11/08/04 01:55 PM Microwave
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I am looking to see if anyone out there can tell me a good price for pulling in a single 12/2 romex circuit for say a microwave. it would be oldworked into a cabinet above the stove and panel is within 40 feet of the kitchen. I dont usually do alot of sidework so i tend not to really know the going prices?
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#44599 - 11/08/04 02:47 PM Re: Microwave
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Loc: Holden, MA USA
What is the route you will use to run the wire? Basement? Attic? I would think around $200.00 would cover me if it was an easy run through a basement snaked up into the cabinet.
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#44600 - 11/08/04 08:26 PM Re: Microwave
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T&M and as long as it takes, open ended! (Not responsable for patch work!)
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#44601 - 11/09/04 02:13 PM Re: Microwave
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Loc: Loudoun Cty, VA
I agree with e57 T&M only (unless it's your grandma). You just never know what you'll find.
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#44602 - 11/09/04 04:02 PM Re: Microwave
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Then what would be a good going price for time?
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