Friday was another good day. Our good friend, Darrell, and his son came to install the electrical connection for the RV. He is a licensed electrician, so he definitely knew what he was doing. The entire process involved him checking in the breaker box inside the house to find a place to hook the wires.
Because of renovations made by previous owners, there were already four 220 volt connections coming out of the box–one for the Jennair range top; one for an electric stove; and two for dryer connections. Since we taking out the Jennair and having a gas stove installed, we could take out those two connections right off the bat. And we only need one dryer connection. However, there is one on the back porch and one in the kitchen. Right now, we are using the one in the kitchen for the dryer, until we get the back porch redone and made more secure.
So, Darrell sent his son under the house to find the wire to the Jennair and the stove connection. Then, he re-routed one of them to the outside of the house to use for the RV connection. All this took about three hours to accomplish. We now have a place to plug in the RV for power!
The only thing left to do is to get a plastic “hood” or cover to put over the breaker box and we will be done with the electric connection. Now on to the driveway…