And on goes my building project on the coast of Ecuador.
Next up, electricity, not necessarily a sure thing in Ecuador.
But in this case, the electricity was about 100 meters away from my lot, maybe a bit less, so it wasnt a huge deal hooking it up to my property.
Total cost $2450 for everything, one guy did it all, installed two posts, one transformer for max 2 houses, and also did the certification with the electric company and got the meter installed.
In a few days he was done.
If I build more houses in the near future i can trade him the transformer i got for a more powerful one and he will discount the full price of the one i have.
As for installing the electrical outlets and breakers in the home itself, normally, I now electricians in Ecuador charge $12 per point, or per outlet installed. We found one recommended local that will do it for a total of $700 the whole house.
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