If you are interested in adding electrical service for your studio or workshop,
you much consider the basic costs for installing circuits, receptacles,
and lighting fixtures. For example, if your studio or workshop is around
600 to 800 sq. ft., new wiring will around $3,000.
Then, adding lighting fixtures and extra receptacles will add a few hundred,
or thousand, to the overall cost. Furthermore, if you want to expand or
increase usage of the space in the future, planning for additional expenses
can be a great strategy.
Consider the following add-ons to fulfill your special needs:
Office – Receptacles near the computer that is equipped with a built-in
surge protector, baseboard heat, as well as internet access.
Headquarters for a small business – To keep utility costs separate, add an additional breaker panel
and a second meter.
Painter’s studio – Color-corrected fluorescent lighting, ventilation fans, baseboard
heat, and GFCI receptacles in the cleanup areas.
Ceramics studio – Adjustable overhead lighting, ventilation fan, 220-volt wring for
an electrical kiln, baseboard heat, GFCI receptacles.
For more information,
contact Lightning Bug Electric and speak with our Atlanta electrical contractor today.