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Fuse board upgrade price.

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Murdoch

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How many circuits, age of installation, binding, earthing, .... UK location?
 
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JK-Electrical

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£300 - £500 for a dual RCD unit depending on the size of the board and the installation conditions. More if RCBOs are being installed instead.
 

Murdoch

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JK-Electrical

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£300 would be typical if I've done a recent EICR and there are no other issues other than a lack of RCD protection. £500 would be typical if I have to do an EICR prior a board upgrade. Obviously the price would be higher still if issues were discovered during the EICR and taken into account as additional work, or if RCBOs were being installed.
 

buzzlightyear

please let me back in to the prison cell.
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£300 would be typical if I've done a recent EICR and there are no other issues other than a lack of RCD protection. £500 would be typical if I have to do an EICR prior a board upgrade. Obviously the price would be higher still if issues were discovered during the EICR and taken into account as additional work, or if RCBOs were being installed.
try again .
 
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Murdoch

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The op asks about a fuseboard change ... Nothing else
 

davesparks

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£300 would be typical if I've done a recent EICR and there are no other issues other than a lack of RCD protection. £500 would be typical if I have to do an EICR prior a board upgrade. Obviously the price would be higher still if issues were discovered during the EICR and taken into account as additional work, or if RCBOs were being installed.
£300? Do you eat fresh air for breakfast, dinner and tea and live in a cardboard box??

Get real, you’ll spend that much on materials of yours fitting anything halfway decent!
 

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