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Hello
I thought a sub panel could not be in a laundry room. I read on here that it could. Would someone please conform, and are there regulations?
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oh boy, I'm trying to save you. ;)

First of all, please go here and introduce yourself to us. Maybe fill out your profile in more detail?
http://www.contractortalk.com/f44/

As for your question, what does the building/code enforcement department say about your proposed sub-panel?
 

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Ha finally someone that wants to save me. I though everyone was out to get me. I will fill out my profile in more detail. I am still trying to get use to the site. I have been on here a lot and got some good sound advice but just joined tonight. It is late and I was just wanted to get try to get an answer before I tossed all night thinking about this. I will also check local code tomorrow. I am a small contractor btw. res homes and remodel.
I keep trying to get out if it .... but somehow everyone keeps finding me new jobs. Thanks for your input hope to talk more.
Rex
 

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sucked

Get out while you still can. Small houses and service work for residential will keep you in the poor house. I've been working my way out for 4 yrs, but occasionally I keep getting sucked back in when the commercial slows....get out Luke!
 

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A panel can go in a laundry, but must comply with 110.26.

Behind the opened door would be the best spot.
 
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