reply to redhotnine
Re: eletrical subpanel - replace or repair? update....the electrician arrived @noon. took one look & said replace. usually i would require an estimate, but, since i already had 2nd opinion (replace) from here, we agreed on time and material. just dropped by for a quick look and they were giving
it hell.............might be up and running this pm?
will update with progress, also final cost.
next up is mitigating the condensation, which might be more of
said by redhotnine:That condensation issue is severe and will damage your new panel. Fix it while the old panel is out of the way if at all possible.
...next up is mitigating the condensation, which might be more of
Do you have any ideas about what's going on with that? Cold air infiltration? If so, can you find the leak and patch it? The spray foam insulation can do that, or even stuff fiberglass bats into whatever gaps are letting the air in.
I wouldn't want to put a new panel in service until after I fixed that moisture issue. If you don't you'll be doing this all over again if you're lucky or having a fire if you're not.