- Meter base
- Service entrance conductor
It costs $1,100 to replace the weatherhead, service cable from weatherhead to meter box and the service entrance conductor.*
Problems with your exterior electrical wiring system can cause:
- a power outage
- exposed electrical wires
- flickering lights
If your exterior electrical wiring breaks down, you need a qualified electrician to reconnect overhead lines, replace underground service, repair a loose meter or replace faulty wiring. In addition to the hazards and inconvenience these failures can cause, the repairs can be expensive. Stay grounded with reliable coverage from HomeServe and get access to our 24/7 hotline where you can schedule a repair for your home's exterior electrical wiring system.
*Costs shown are estimates only. Actual repair costs could be more or less than stated cost. National average repair costs as of March 2018. No charge for covered repairs up to your annual benefit amount.
Exterior Electrical Line Coverage
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Why choose this plan:
- 24-hour repair hotline
- Local, licensed and insured technicians
- One-year guarantee on all covered repairs
Exterior electrical component failures can be caused by aging of the power line, tripped breakers, ground settling, weatherhead corrosion, a loose entrance cable, a broken meter socket, or a loose breaker. It can be expensive to repair or replace your home's exterior electrical components.
Help safeguard your finances against the costs of emergency repairs with a home service repair plan from HomeServe. Eligible homeowners can select Exterior Electrical Line Coverage, which provides up to $2,000 in annual coverage with multiple service calls for covered repairs. This optional coverage can help ensure that your exterior electric line can be fixed by a licensed and insured professional in a timely manner.