Question about Electrical Supplies
As close to the service entrance as possible. That is to say, where your exterior electric panel is. If the ground is soft enough, you can use a sledge hammer or single-jack (3lb/1.4kg hammer) and a ladder to pound it in. If the ground is hard, trickle water on the spot to use overnight to make it easier and get an electric demo hammer with a rod-driving bit to drive it in for you. You can rent these at larger home improvement stores. Make sure you have a friend or two to help as you will be up a ladder with a pretty heavy and ungainly tool for this job. Once the ground rod (earthing spike) is all but a few inches into the ground, use an approved rod clamp to bond your ground (earth) wire and then install in the panel.
i hope this helps,
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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