Updated: April 2021
|Ceiling Outlet Box Installation Labor, Basic |
Basic labor to install ceiling outlet box with favorable site conditions. Turn off power to circuit. Layout location and cut mounting hole. Mount remodeling style electrical box. Add or modify NM-B wiring from existing circuit. Secure NM-B wiring to framing. Connect receptacle. Power circuit and verify proper operation. Includes planning, equipment and material acquisition, area preparation and protection, setup and cleanup.
|Ceiling Outlet Box Installation Job Supplies |
Cost of related materials and supplies typically required to install ceiling outlet box including: connectors, fittings, junction boxes and fasteners.
|Option: Add AFCI Circuit Protection|
Shutoff power to circuit. Remove existing circuit breaker. Add new 15A or 20A Arc Fault Circuit Interrupt breaker. Repower and verify proper operation. For existing systems with compatible AFCI breaker option only.
|Unused Minimum Labor|
Balance of 2 hr(s) minimum labor charge that can be applied to other tasks.
|Totals - Cost To Install Ceiling Outlet Box|
|Average Cost per Box|
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For a basic project in zip code 47474 with 1 box, the cost to Install a Ceiling Outlet Box starts at $409 - $494 per box. Actual costs will depend on job size, conditions, and options.
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