Home renovation is often a difficult and challenging project, especially if you are not familiar with the technical aspects of construction. One particularly important aspect of home renovation is the electrical system. If you are thinking of expanding your home or adding new appliances, you may wonder if you need another electrical circuit.
What's an Electrical Circuit?
First of all, it's important to understand what an electrical circuit is. In simple terms, an electrical circuit is a path for electricity to flow through.
If you're a construction contractor working on a new residential subdivision, you may need to connect it to the power grid. This blog post breaks down the electrical subdivision connection process in easy-to-understand terms so that you can get your project up and running smoothly.
The Process of Connecting a Subdivision to the Power Grid
Apply for a permit
The first step in connecting your subdivision to the power grid is applying for a connection permit.