220v for Residential Hottub

Reply Tue 12 Apr, 2016 09:09 am
I am getting bids to install a hot tub which is on the opposite side of the house where my circuit panel is so a bit of distance here. My question would be is $2,400 a but much for this type of job? I was expecting something like $1100 so just want to know if this electrician is providing me an accurate quote as I know nothing about electrical work.

Here is what is being provided for this amount:
50 amp 240 volt circuit for hot tub.
Includes the following:
2 pole 50 circuit breaker in main panel
1 inch EMT Conduit with wire surface mounted in garage and on rear exterior wall to SW
corner of home where the disconnect will be installed
50 amp 240 volt disconnect with a 110 volt GFCI receptacle
Trench 20' from corner of home to hot tub location
1 inch PVC Conduit with wire from disconnect to hot tub with junction box on fence post
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Reply Tue 12 Apr, 2016 09:16 am
Here is a site that estimates what you should pay for electrical work

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