We have the estimator coming out this week and I was wondering what a reasonable estimate would be for an electrician to mount a Level 2 charge station onto either an exterior brick facade on our home, or on a pedestal next to the house, and run copper from the station to the meter - for the labor costs only not including wire or charging station or meter or meter connection. If pedestal mount the pedestal would be right next to the brick facade outside wall.
The copper from the station would most likely be through the brick facade via hammer drill hole through brick, fed down through the stud cavity and through the stud bottom plate, through subfloor and into cralwspace. Either that, or a hole dug (into dirt) along side of the foundation and copper could be fed that way, hole drilled through the header joist which is resting on the crawl space foundation, and into the crawl space. I don't mind removing drywall to feed through the joist cavity in the former version.
The two crawl spaces are separated by a foundation wall. Wire can be fed through the separating foundation wall hole already there for the duct work - between duct and foundation wall hole for that duct. Wire then goes to the back of the house most likely through another header joist in second crawl space, outside, then up along the rear outside wall of house and to the new 240v meter.
The total run of copper is approximately 52 feet plus or minus 5 feet total. Run through driveway side crawl space is about 24 feet and run through second crawl space is about 28 feet.
Both crawl spaces are low clearance require crawling on belly.