Also doesn't look like enough branch circuits.
I installed a 125 AMP sub panel in the 2nd floor laundry room. It feeds 5 bedrooms, 1 future bedroom, 2 full baths, master bathroom jacuzzi (20 amp), 2 furnaces, and all 2nd floor and attic lighting. It is full at 20 full size breakers but has the capacity for 40 twins.
One solution would be to drop the wires, install 1X2 or other running boards, and put the wires back up.
That's what I did originally. The boss didn't like it that way and had me change it to how it is now.
Awfully nice that the gutter crew saw fit to go around the service drop; usuallym they try to pry it out from the wall!
Fortuneatly, I got to do the service before
the gutters were installed.
Where is the outlet for the air conditioning condensors?
Do you have a ground rod under the meter?
Does the central steel beam need to be bonded?
The 210.63 requirement is within 25' of the equipment but can't be seen in the picture. It's there though.
No ground rod is needed. The Ufer was available and was used. The copper water pipes are bonded by #4 cu and the water heater is jumped out from hot to cold.
No bundling derating issue to even consider if there are less than 9 current carrying conductors in either of those bundles if indeed the AHJ feels they are bundles.
The AHJ had no issues with bundling. He asked me a question about article 250.148 during the rough inspection and was impressed that I knew what he was talking about.
Not sure when the final inspection will be though.