Is it a temporary or permenant supply?
Hello all, this is my first entry and a difficult one I think. Is there anyone who knows how things worked 13 years ago in France with new supplies to buildings that had no previous electricity to them? This is a question for a friend so I may not have all the info.
The situation is that she is now thinking of renting out or selling the house so needs to get it sorted.
13 years ago she asked for a supply before any installation was in the house. EDF fitted a meter at the boundary of the property and said she needed to dig a trench to the house, which she aranged for. Then EDF came back and laid the cable and fitted what I think maybe a temp box in the house. It consists of 1x40A, 30mA dijouncteur Differentie and 2 sockets. Since then room by room electrics have been added, by different people, over the years and a rudimentary distribution board connected to the orginal (poss temp box)one fitted by EDF. Then 3 years ago EDF came, withoutany warning or being asked to, whilst she was away and fitted a new style didgital meter and reader on the boundary of the property but it is not connected to anything and the old one is still connected. Edf say their records that is is a permenant connection but need a visit at a charge of 125€ to say more. Any ideas? Hope so!!