Assuming garage is detached less than 80 ft away. You need a 60 AMP double pole breaker for the 200 AMP house panel, and need to have two spare slots. Additionally you should have conduit in running in ground, and have #4/3 W/ground Stranded cable running to the sub panel. This setup will allow for 110V's and a 220V circuit. Connect the two hots, Red/Black to the Breaker on your servicing the panel. Connect the neutral (White) to the Neutral bus bar along with the Ground wire. Sub panel on detached Garage. Attach the White neutral wire to the Neutral ground bar. Attach the ground to the ground bar on the Sub panel. Pull the permits and have it inspected!
If your house has the wires from the meter going straight into your panel box then you tie the neutral and ground to the same busbar. However;
If you havve a disconnect on the outside of your house then you must separate the neutral andground inside the 200 amp panel box. This is usually prevalent on a mobile home or any time the pnel box you are using is fed from another panel or disconnect.
Short answer is Yes. If a garage conversion is carried out you no longer own a link detached house but a semi-detached, indeed if the next house did the same thing you would then live in a terriced house not a link detached
A link detached house is a house that is only joined to another by a garage or just ground flor rom :(((((
Adjacent detached properties which do not have a party wall, but which are linked by the garage(s) and so forming a single frontage.
All depends on what type of equipment you are going to operate in the garage. I would suggest you call an electrician. You can connect to your existing 100 amp circuit if there is an empty spot for a breaker.
No. Any connections to the detached garage have to be after the main disconnect of your house panel. You have two options here. You can replace meter with a meter disconnect combo and have the main feed your house and add a breaker to feed the garage or You could install a 400 ap service and place two disconnects at the meter. one for the house and one for the garage. unless you are going to have a serious electrial load in the garage you sould just feed off the panel in the house for cost effectiveness.
A single house is otherwise known as a detached house. A double house is a semi-detached house. Semi detached houses have one shared built wall whereas a detached has space all around it..
No. It can be mentioned in the ad as "detached ?? sq ft garage" and you can include "?? sq ft of land" but not mislead the buyers into thinking the actual house has so much square footage when it is not.
The home and other structures, such as a barn, shed, pool, detached garage, etc. that is located on the land to be sold, unless it is specified not to be sold.
This is called a semi detached house,
Length x width of the interior edge of the foundation. Also, add the dimension of any attached enclosed garage in the figure. Non-enclosed or detached garage or car port do not apply.
A semi-detached house shares one wall with the neighboring house. In America, it's called a duplex.