I have purchased an old barn to convert to a house and hope to move out to my land early next year from England, however I shall be living in a caravan till the builders start work, this could be as late as autumn next year, meanwhile I will need electric and have been told a temp elec supply can be connected but they will only allow this temp supply for 12 months. Does anyone know if I can put in a full supply before the barn is finished or would I have to ask for another temp supply after 12 months, I dont want to be cut off whilst living in the caravan. Please help.
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But I will need it to start the work on the barn, are you saying I will only get the full supply once all the plugs sockets and main consumer box is complete? and what would happen if the barn is not completed within the 12 months will it get cut off? in that case I will have to run a generator for the caravan? or find somewere to rent but wanted to be on site to secure my tools and materials. what a shame not simple by the sounds of things.
Yes im afraid nothing is simple here in france but it is a nice place to live and work. You may get longer than 12 months if you are lucky and the girl on the end of the phone (EDF) had a good night
And yes the inspection is when all is done so he can test every thing.All the best with you works
Hello, Some electric providers will contact you after a period of time (may well be 12 month) and inform you they intend to terminate your supply unless you contact them and arrange a site visit (at a cost to you) to determine if your need for a temp. supply remains valid.
Hi, I had my temp supply for nearly 3 years suppling our mobile home & site works no one had a problem with what it was supplying, just get your mobile home on site after supply connected if your worried. WE DID EVENTUALLY GET CUT OFF,but only after I ran out of good excuses for not finishing the work in time Good luck by the way I still have my box complete with the cable that you need & an external fuse box selling for &(àeuros if your interested
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